[TxMt] Re: GetBundles Request: GitHub Link / More info

Hans-Joerg Bibiko bibiko at eva.mpg.de
Tue Aug 12 11:01:43 UTC 2008

On 4 Aug 2008, at 15:21, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 24 Jul 2008, at 20:37, Hans-Jörg Bibiko wrote:
>> Up to now I wasn't able to catch a single click in the bundle list. I
>> want to be able to click at an item (bundle) and get this selection
>> back in the Ruby script. But I guess one is only able to use a  
>> double-
>> click event for this. I can set a performButtonClick event to a data
>> cell but I do not know how to get the selection?
> I think with the ‘observe’ addition to tm_dialog, we can have it
> return when the selection changes (sort of a single click).
Yeap ;)

> I didn’t understand if you guys are talking about having a short and
> long (more info) description for each bundle? I think this is a bad
> idea, there should just be one description (getting just one good
> description is hard enough :) ).
I totally agree ;)

> If you want a shorter one to show
> inline in the UI we can make a convention like everything below a <hr>
> or similar will not be shown inline.
> And yes, the value of the description key is supposed to be HTML, but
> is implicitly wrapped in <p> -- so technically this would be legal:
>     { description = 'first paragraph</p> <p>next paragraph'; }
> With that in mind, the convention about inline text could be first
> paragraph.

This sounds feasible. I can be modified rather easily if such a  
convention is written down elsewhere.
By myself I would argue for "we can make a convention like everything  
below a <hr.*?> will not be shown inline"


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