[wingide-users] Scripting Wing Woes
pkropf at gmail.com
Mon Aug 1 17:11:15 EDT 2005
On 8/1/05, Wingware Support <support at wingware.com> wrote:
> Peter Kropf wrote:
> > I'd like to add the ability to track some keyword that are used
> > comments to indicate tasks that need to be done and things that need
> > to be fixed. Basic format would be TASK: or FIXME: followed by some
> > text that indicates what needs to be done. (Anyone know if this is
> > already a feature of Wing? I couldn't find any references in the
> > docs...)
> This isn't currently implemented in Wing. It's ambitious to try and do
> this as a script, especially when it comes to displaying the results.
> You may want to put the results in a temporary file like the cvs script
My thought was to add a tab to the Project / Source Browser tab list
that would show the places in the project files where these types of
entries were found.
Do I take it as you're suggesting that this is a whee bit too
ambitious to do with the script API? Any thoughts / suggestions for
other where where I might accomplish this?
> > Error::Error executing script .user.internal_script_test.test_script
> > Runtime failure details:
> > Exception: 'exceptions.AttributeError'
> > Value = "CAPIApplication instance has no attribute 'DisplayMessage'"
> > Traceback:
> > File "2.3/src/command/commandmgr.pyo", line 735, in Execute
> > File "/home/peter/.wingide2/scripts/test.py", line 8, in test_script
> Unfortunately, the example is wrong :(. It should be:
> import wingapi
> def test_script(test_str):
> app = wingapi.gApplication
> v = "Product info is: " + str(app.GetProductInfo())
> v += "\nAnd you typed: %s" % test_str
> app.ShowMessageDialog("Test Message", v)
May I suggest that you update the documentation that's show on your website?
Thanks for the reponse...
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