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Posted by timotei_cluj on July 23, 2010 - 16:26:
Author: timotei
Date: Fri Jul 23 16:26:15 2010
New Revision: 44584

URL: http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/wesnoth?rev=44584&view=rev
Log:
eclipse plugin: move the readme in a separate folder so we can add images too

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    trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/
    trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/README.tex
      - copied, changed from r44583, 
trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex
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    trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex

Removed: trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex
URL: 
http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/wesnoth/trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex?rev=44583&view=auto
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--- trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex (original)
+++ trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex (removed)
@@ -1,86 +1,0 @@
-\documentclass[10pt]{article}
-\usepackage[top=1cm, bottom=1cm, left=1cm, right=1cm]{geometry}
-
-%opening
-\title{Eclipse UMC Plugin Readme}
-\author{Timotei Dolean}
-
-\begin{document}
-
-\maketitle
-
-\newcounter{cnt}
-\newcommand{\icnt}{ \stepcounter{cnt} \thecnt }
-
-\section{Common prerequisites}
-\begin{enumerate}
-\item Download and install ``Eclipse for RCP and RAP Developers" 
(\textbf{http://eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-rcp-and-rap-developers/heliosr})
 -
-The download links are in the right. Please ensure you are downloading the 
\textbf{3.6} version,
-otherwise the plugin will not work.
-\item After launching Eclipse, go to the ``Help'' menu - Install new 
Software. \\
-  Then, please check ``Group items by category" and ``Contact all update 
sites during install to find required software",
-  in the bottom of the page.
-\item Insert the link \textbf{http://download.eclipse.org/releases/helios} 
in the textbox in the top and press Enter.
-  The list will be populated with some items.
-\item From there select from the ``Modelling" category, \textbf{Xtext SDK}.
-  Press next and finish the install.\\
-  \textit{Note:} If you are prompted for any license agreements or 
certificates press Yes on all (if you agree).
-\end{enumerate}
-
-\section{Developer}
-\subsection{Setup the environment}
-\begin{enumerate}
-\item Checkout plugin's folder from the svn 
(http://svn.gna.org/svn/wesnoth/trunk/utils/java/) and select the following 
folders: ``eclipse\_plugin", ``org.wesnoth.wml'', ``org.wesnoth.wml.ui"
-\item In Eclipse, right click in Package Explorer/Project Navigator and then 
select
-  Import - General- Existing projects into Workspace
-\item Select the path where you downloaded the java folder, and check all 
the 3 projects: ``eclipse\_plugin", ``org.wesnoth.wml'', 
``org.wesnoth.wml.ui".
-\item Build the projects.
-\end{enumerate}
-
-\subsection{Running the plugin}
-After you've setup the environment and built the plugin you can run it.
-\begin{enumerate}
-\item Open the file plugin.xml
-\item In the \textbf{Testing} section, select the desired method of 
launching the plugin
-  (non-debug/debug mode).
-\end{enumerate}
-
-\section{User}
-\subsection{Installing the plugin}
-\begin{enumerate}
-\item Install the plugin from (\textbf{http://eclipse.wesnoth.org/}
-\item Select \textbf{``Wesnoth UMC Plugin"} and press finish.
-\end{enumerate}
-
-
-\section{Everybody}
-\subsection{Using the plugin}
-Ok. So, after you have your plugin installed(user) or running(developer), 
you can use its features.
-But before of all, you must update the preferences. For this, go in ``Window 
- Preferences - Wesnoth UMC Plugin".
-Here you should set all options. Should the working directory be empty, it 
will be computed automatically
-based on wesnoth's executable
-
-\subsubsection{Wizards}
-To create a new \textbf{Campaign}, open the ``New..." menu (either from File 
- New menu, or right click in the
-project navigator and select ``New..." ). After that select ``Wesnoth 
Campaign". Fill in the information needed,
-and press finish. Your campaign project is created in the workspace. \\
-To create a new \textbf{Scenario}, open the ``New..." menu, and select 
``Wesnoth scenario".
-Complete the information needed and press finish.
-
-\subsubsection{Menus}
-There are currently 2 types of menus: the context menus for different 
file/folder types and the toolbar menus.
-\begin{description}
-\item{\textbf{Project context menus}} - right click on the campaign projects 
created with the plugin\\
-   {\it Wesnoth project report} - will show a simple report with the numer 
of maps, scenarios and units.
-
-\item{\textbf{.cfg files context menus}} - right click on any .cfg file\\
-   {\it Open scenario in game} - opens the selected file's scenario (if it 
contains one) in wesnoth \\
-   {\it WML Tools} - provides some options for using the wmltools with the 
specified file
-   (e.g. run wmllint against the file and see the output in the console) \\
-   {\it Preprocessor} - provides ways of preprocessing and showing the 
result in an editor inside eclipse.
-
-\item{\textbf{``maps" folder}} - right click on the "maps" folder\\
-   {\it Import map} - Shows a file selection window that let's you select a 
.map file that will be copied in your campaign project.
-
-\end{description}
-\end{document}

Copied: trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/README.tex (from r44583, 
trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex)
URL: 
http://svn.gna.org/viewcvs/wesnoth/trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/README.tex?p2=trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/README.tex&p1=trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex&r1=44583&r2=44584&rev=44584&view=diff
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--- trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/README.tex (original)
+++ trunk/utils/java/eclipse_plugin/readme/README.tex Fri Jul 23 16:26:15 2010
@@ -22,17 +22,24 @@
   in the bottom of the page.
 \item Insert the link \textbf{http://download.eclipse.org/releases/helios} 
in the textbox in the top and press Enter.
   The list will be populated with some items.
-\item From there select from the ``Modelling" category, \textbf{Xtext SDK}.
+\item From there select in the ``Modelling" category, \textbf{Xtext SDK}.
   Press next and finish the install.\\
   \textit{Note:} If you are prompted for any license agreements or 
certificates press Yes on all (if you agree).
+\end{enumerate}
+
+\section{User}
+\subsection{Installing the plugin}
+\begin{enumerate}
+\item Install the plugin from (\textbf{http://eclipse.wesnoth.org/}), using 
the same sequence as in ``1.2 and 1.3"
+\item Select \textbf{``Wesnoth UMC Plugin"} and press finish.
 \end{enumerate}
 
 \section{Developer}
 \subsection{Setup the environment}
 \begin{enumerate}
 \item Checkout plugin's folder from the svn 
(http://svn.gna.org/svn/wesnoth/trunk/utils/java/) and select the following 
folders: ``eclipse\_plugin", ``org.wesnoth.wml'', ``org.wesnoth.wml.ui"
-\item In Eclipse, right click in Package Explorer/Project Navigator and then 
select
-  Import - General- Existing projects into Workspace
+\item In Eclipse, right click in \textbf{Package Explorer/Project Navigator} 
and then select
+ \textbf{Import - General - Existing projects into Workspace}
 \item Select the path where you downloaded the java folder, and check all 
the 3 projects: ``eclipse\_plugin", ``org.wesnoth.wml'', 
``org.wesnoth.wml.ui".
 \item Build the projects.
 \end{enumerate}
@@ -45,19 +52,11 @@
   (non-debug/debug mode).
 \end{enumerate}
 
-\section{User}
-\subsection{Installing the plugin}
-\begin{enumerate}
-\item Install the plugin from (\textbf{http://eclipse.wesnoth.org/}
-\item Select \textbf{``Wesnoth UMC Plugin"} and press finish.
-\end{enumerate}
-
-
 \section{Everybody}
 \subsection{Using the plugin}
-Ok. So, after you have your plugin installed(user) or running(developer), 
you can use its features.
-But before of all, you must update the preferences. For this, go in ``Window 
- Preferences - Wesnoth UMC Plugin".
-Here you should set all options. Should the working directory be empty, it 
will be computed automatically
+After you have your plugin installed(user) or running(developer), you can 
use its features.
+But before of all, you must ``Setup the workspace". For this, go in the 
``Wesnoth" menu and from       
+Should the working directory be empty, it will be computed automatically
 based on wesnoth's executable
 
 \subsubsection{Wizards}




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