aboutdialog.cpp
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changeset 404 53efc2562a7d
parent 395 7ced3733ba60
child 450 beb875135811
permissions -rw-r--r--
historywindow moved to mainwindow. Started to get rid of Q3PtrList finally
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#include <QProcess>
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#include <QVBoxLayout>
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#include <QFrame>
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#include "aboutdialog.h"
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#include "settings.h"
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extern Settings settings;
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extern QString iconPath;
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extern QString vymVersion;
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extern QString vymBuildDate;
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AboutDialog::AboutDialog( QWidget *parent, const char *name)
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    : QDialog( parent, name)
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{
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    mainLayout=new QVBoxLayout( this, 10);
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    tabs=new QTabWidget (this);
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    credits=new AboutTextBrowser (parent,"credits");
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    credits->setHtml(
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	"<center><img src=\""+iconPath+"vym-128x128.png\"></center>"
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	"<h3><center>VYM - View Your Mind </h3>"
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	"<p align=\"center\"> A tool to put the things you have got in your mind into a map.</p>"
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	"<p align=\"center\"> (c) by Uwe Drechsel (<a href=\"mailto:vym@InSilmaril.de\">vym@InSilmaril.de</a>)</p>"
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	"<p align=\"center\"> Version " +vymVersion+" - " +vymBuildDate+"</p>"
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	"<ul>"
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	"<li> Contact</li>"
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		"<ul>"
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			"<li> vym homepage:<br> <a href=\"http://www.InSilmaril.de/vym\">"
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			"http://www.InSilmaril.de/vym</a></li>"
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			"<li> Project homepage on Sourceforge:<br> <a href=\"http://sourceforge.net/projects/vym/\">"
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			"http://sourceforge.net/projects/vym/</a></li>"
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			"<li> Mailinglists are also on Sourceforge:"
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				"<ul>"
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					"<li>Please ask general questions about vym  on "
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				"<a href=\"mailto:vym-forum@lists.sourceforge.net\">vym-forum</a></li>"
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				"<li>Subscribe/Unsubscribe and archives can be found  <a href=\"https://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=127802\">here</a></li>"
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				"</ul>"
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		"</ul>"		
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	"<li> Credits " 
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	"<ul>"
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	"<li>Jakob Hilmer for image drag and drop, &quot;About vym&quot; window patch </li>"
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	"<li>Thomas Schraitle for the stylesheet  used for XHTML-export </li>"
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	"<li>Debianization by Christoph Thielecke and Steffen Joeris</li>"
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	"<li>Ken Wimer and Olaf Hering for Mac support</li>"
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	"<li>Matt from <a href=\"http://www.satbp.com\">www.satbp.com</a> for <a href=\"http://www.taskjuggler.org\">Taskjuggler</a> export</li>"
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	"</ul>"
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	"</li>");
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    credits->setFrameStyle( QFrame::Panel | QFrame::Plain );
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    tabs->addTab (credits,"Credits");
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    license=new AboutTextBrowser (parent,"license");
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    license->setText (
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	"<center>"
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	"<h3>VYM - View Your Mind</h3>"
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    "<p>Copyright (C) 2004-2006  Uwe Drechsel</p>"  
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	"</center>"
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    "<p>This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.</p>"
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    "<p>This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License below for more details.</p>"
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	"<p>In addition, as a special exception, Uwe Drechsel gives permission to link the code of this program with the QT libraries from trolltech.com (or with modified versions of QT that use the same license as QT), and distribute linked combinations including the two. You must obey the GNU General Public License in all respects for all of the code used other than QT. If you modify this file, you may extend this exception to your version of the file, but you are not obligated to do so. If you do not wish to do so, delete this exception statement from your version.</p> "
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	"<p>Uwe Drechsel can be contacted at <a href=\"mailto:vym@insilmaril.de\">vym@insilmaril.de</a></p>"
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    credits->setFrameStyle( QFrame::Panel | QFrame::Plain );
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    tabs->addTab (license,"License");
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    mainLayout->addWidget (tabs);
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    tabs->showPage (credits);
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    okbutton =new QPushButton (this,"okbutton");
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    okbutton->setText (tr("Ok","Ok Button"));
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    okbutton->setMaximumSize (QSize (50,30));
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    okbutton->setAutoDefault (true);
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    mainLayout->addWidget( okbutton); 
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    connect( okbutton, SIGNAL( clicked() ), this, SLOT( accept() ) );
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AboutTextBrowser::AboutTextBrowser(QWidget *parent, const char *name)
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    : QTextBrowser(parent, name)
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{
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void AboutTextBrowser::setSource(const QUrl &url )
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	QProcess *proc= new QProcess ();
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	proc->start( settings.value("/mainwindow/readerURL").toString(),QStringList ()<<url.toString());
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	//if (!proc->waitForStarted() &&mainWindow->settingsURL() ) setSource(url);
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	if (!proc->waitForStarted() )
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		QMessageBox::warning(0, 
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		tr("Warning","About window"),
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		tr("Couldn't find a viewer to open %1.\n","About window").arg(url)+
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		tr("Please use Settings->")+tr("Set application to open an URL"));
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}