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with your new knowledge.
 
with your new knowledge.
  
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= interesting illume cfg files =
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{{note | After any change you must delete directory /home/root/.e/e/config/asu to force configuration reload}}
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{{warning | All your changes to illume configuration (usually not so many) will be lost}}
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{{note | Maybe it's possible to edit directly files in you home directory, I don't know}}
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== /usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/e.cfg ==
  
More complete instruction will appear tomorrow
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Add this in group 'group "E_Config_Gadcon"' after block named " illume-bluetooth" (ASU 2008.12 line 431) to enable Wrench tool (but most of configuration dialogs are not defined in .edj files..)
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      group "clients" list {
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        group "E_Config_Gadcon_Client" struct {
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          value "name" string: "illume-cfg";
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          value "id" string: "illume-cfg";
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          value "geom.pos" int: 0;
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          value "geom.size" int: 32;
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          value "geom.res" int: 472;
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          value "geom.pos_x" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
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          value "geom.pos_y" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
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          value "geom.size_w" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
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          value "geom.size_h" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
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          value "state_info.seq" int: 1;
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          value "state_info.flags" int: 1;
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          value "style" string: "plain";
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          value "autoscroll" uchar: 0;
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          value "resizable" uchar: 0;
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        }
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      }
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== /usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/module.illume.cfg ==
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(not done yet, but that code will switch qpe keyboard to illume)

Revision as of 21:52, 6 January 2009

Contents

eet -- Way to change enlightenment .cfg files

I've got recently this mail from enlightenment mailing list:

you have to use "eet" command line utility, it is the tool that reads .src and turns then into .cfg if you check out Makefile (and Makefile.am).

 eet -l e.cfg  # list all keys, usually just "config"
 eet -d e.cfg config e.src # writes human readable values to file e.src
 $EDITOR e.src # change whatever you like
 eet -e e.cfg config e.src 1  # compile human readable values to binary form and use compression

If you find that useful and want to help, please create a wiki page with your new knowledge.

interesting illume cfg files

NOTE: After any change you must delete directory /home/root/.e/e/config/asu to force configuration reload


WARNING: All your changes to illume configuration (usually not so many) will be lost


NOTE: Maybe it's possible to edit directly files in you home directory, I don't know


/usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/e.cfg

Add this in group 'group "E_Config_Gadcon"' after block named " illume-bluetooth" (ASU 2008.12 line 431) to enable Wrench tool (but most of configuration dialogs are not defined in .edj files..)

     group "clients" list {
       group "E_Config_Gadcon_Client" struct {
         value "name" string: "illume-cfg";
         value "id" string: "illume-cfg";
         value "geom.pos" int: 0;
         value "geom.size" int: 32;
         value "geom.res" int: 472;
         value "geom.pos_x" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.pos_y" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.size_w" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.size_h" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "state_info.seq" int: 1;
         value "state_info.flags" int: 1;
         value "style" string: "plain";
         value "autoscroll" uchar: 0;
         value "resizable" uchar: 0;
       }
     }

/usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/module.illume.cfg

(not done yet, but that code will switch qpe keyboard to illume)

Personal tools

eet -- Way to change enlightenment .cfg files

I've got recently this mail from enlightenment mailing list:

you have to use "eet" command line utility, it is the tool that reads .src and turns then into .cfg if you check out Makefile (and Makefile.am).

 eet -l e.cfg  # list all keys, usually just "config"
 eet -d e.cfg config e.src # writes human readable values to file e.src
 $EDITOR e.src # change whatever you like
 eet -e e.cfg config e.src 1  # compile human readable values to binary form and use compression

If you find that useful and want to help, please create a wiki page with your new knowledge.

interesting illume cfg files

NOTE: After any change you must delete directory /home/root/.e/e/config/asu to force configuration reload


WARNING: All your changes to illume configuration (usually not so many) will be lost


NOTE: Maybe it's possible to edit directly files in you home directory, I don't know


/usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/e.cfg

Add this in group 'group "E_Config_Gadcon"' after block named " illume-bluetooth" (ASU 2008.12 line 431) to enable Wrench tool (but most of configuration dialogs are not defined in .edj files..)

     group "clients" list {
       group "E_Config_Gadcon_Client" struct {
         value "name" string: "illume-cfg";
         value "id" string: "illume-cfg";
         value "geom.pos" int: 0;
         value "geom.size" int: 32;
         value "geom.res" int: 472;
         value "geom.pos_x" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.pos_y" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.size_w" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "geom.size_h" double: 0.0000000000000000000000000;
         value "state_info.seq" int: 1;
         value "state_info.flags" int: 1;
         value "style" string: "plain";
         value "autoscroll" uchar: 0;
         value "resizable" uchar: 0;
       }
     }

/usr/share/enlightenment/data/config/asu/module.illume.cfg

(not done yet, but that code will switch qpe keyboard to illume)