How to Choose Which Plugins to Load

see GmManualCustomizingClientStartup

Design

A series on plugin development which you can try to follow:

There is no dead simple point and click wxwidgets editor but wxglade will do the job. Snapshot of wxglade code is here:

Start it and take a look. You can start by designing some dialogs for yourself. While those are more like mockups and do not really function (wxGlade is simply a "designer": the generated code does nothing apart from displaying the created widgets) they make a great base for discussion. As a next step, you can load some of the existing files which are stored in the CVS. Just ask. What you are in for is a slow but rewarding process.

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* Horst's example of setting up resizable screen areas using splitter bars, assembled using wxGlade
Note to Mac users: where Horst indicates to use the command "python" use instead "pythonw"
http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/gnumed-devel/2004-06/msg00207.html pythonw minignumed.py

Topic revision: 27 Jun 2011, KarstenHilbert
 
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