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Add tclock module to e_modules

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Christopher Michael 17 years ago
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  1. 22
      .cvsignore
  2. 1
      AUTHORS
  3. 1
      COPYING
  4. 2
      ChangeLog
  5. 229
      INSTALL
  6. 29
      Makefile.am
  7. 0
      NEWS
  8. 31
      README
  9. 16
      autogen.sh
  10. 193
      configure.in
  11. 92
      e_mod_config.c
  12. 8
      e_mod_config.h
  13. 435
      e_mod_main.c
  14. 65
      e_mod_main.h
  15. 45
      e_modules-tclock.spec
  16. BIN
      module_icon.png
  17. 73
      tclock.edc

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.cvsignore

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.deps
.libs
Makefile
Makefile.in
aclocal.m4
autom4te.cache
config.guess
config.h
config.h.in
config.log
config.status
config.sub
configure
depcomp
install-sh
libtool
missing
ltmain.sh
stamp-h1
*.lo
*.la
*.edj

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AUTHORS

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Originally by Vincent 'caro' Torri, additions by various Enlightenment developers

1
COPYING

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Do whatever you want with this code.... it sucks anyway :d

2
ChangeLog

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09/06/2005 Christopher Michael <devilhorns@comcast.net>
* Added Support For Virtual Desktops

229
INSTALL

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Makefile.am

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MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = Makefile.in
EDJE_CC = @edje_cc@
EDJE_FLAGS = -id $(srcdir)/images -fd $(srcdir)/fonts
filesdir = $(datadir)
files_DATA = module_icon.png $(wildcard tclock.ed?) \
$(wildcard fonts/*.ttf) $(wildcard images/*.png)
EXTRA_DIST = $(files_DATA) e_modules-tclock.spec
# the module .so file
INCLUDES = -I. \
-I$(top_srcdir) \
-I$(includedir) \
@e_cflags@
pkgdir = $(datadir)/$(MODULE_ARCH)
pkg_LTLIBRARIES = module.la
module_la_SOURCES = e_mod_main.c \
e_mod_main.h \
e_mod_config.c \
e_mod_config.h
module_la_LIBADD = @e_libs@
module_la_LDFLAGS = -module -avoid-version
module_la_DEPENDENCIES = $(top_builddir)/config.h $(top_builddir)/tclock.edj
%.edj: %.edc
$(EDJE_CC) $(EDJE_FLAGS) $< $@

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README

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Simple TEXT Clock module for e17 v0.2
... it suck less (from you computer resouces)
------------------------------------------------
made by adi roiban for e17 community
=========================================================
many thanks to Michael Jennings for making this package
========================================================
now let's go
---
to modify the clock format read the documentation from stftime
and modify the tclock_format part from tclock.edc file then recompile tclock.edc
so just look for something like /usr/lib/e_modules/tclock
and there you should file an tclock.edc file
hack that file and after that compile it with
edje_cc tclock.edc
for example you can change the background, just replace the background.png
file and recompile tclock.edc
restart e17 and you should see the changes
if you had problems using this module
please write me at adiroiban@gmail.com
---------------------------------------------------
now you must restart(reload the module, don't press that button)
when you chose the time resolution.... i do not master e_core_timers
so i can not say it the times work corectly or not.

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autogen.sh

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#!/bin/sh
rm -rf autom4te.cache
rm -f aclocal.m4 ltmain.sh
touch README
echo "Running aclocal..." ; aclocal $ACLOCAL_FLAGS || exit 1
echo "Running autoheader..." ; autoheader || exit 1
echo "Running autoconf..." ; autoconf || exit 1
echo "Running libtoolize..." ; (libtoolize --copy --automake || glibtoolize --automake) || exit 1
echo "Running automake..." ; automake --add-missing --copy --gnu || exit 1
if [ -z "$NOCONFIGURE" ]; then
./configure "$@"
fi

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configure.in

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dnl Process this file with autoconf to produce a configure script.
# get rid of that stupid cache mechanism
rm -f config.cache
AC_INIT(configure.in)
AC_CANONICAL_BUILD
AC_CANONICAL_HOST
AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE(tclock, 0.0.2)
AM_CONFIG_HEADER(config.h)
AC_ISC_POSIX
AC_PROG_CC
AM_PROG_CC_STDC
AC_HEADER_STDC
AC_C_CONST
AM_ENABLE_SHARED
AM_PROG_LIBTOOL
MODULE_ARCH="$host_os-$host_cpu"
AC_SUBST(MODULE_ARCH)
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(MODULE_ARCH, "$MODULE_ARCH", "Module architecture")
if test "x${bindir}" = 'x${exec_prefix}/bin'; then
if test "x${exec_prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
bindir="${ac_default_prefix}/bin";
else
bindir="${prefix}/bin";
fi
else
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
bindir="${ac_default_prefix}/bin";
else
bindir="${prefix}/bin";
fi
fi
fi
if test "x${libdir}" = 'x${exec_prefix}/lib'; then
if test "x${exec_prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
libdir="${ac_default_prefix}/lib";
else
libdir="${prefix}/lib";
fi
else
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
libdir="${ac_default_prefix}/lib";
else
libdir="${prefix}/lib";
fi
fi
fi
dnl Set PACKAGE_BIN_DIR in config.h.
if test "x${bindir}" = 'xNONE'; then
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_BIN_DIR, "${ac_default_prefix}/bin", "Package installed binaries destination")
else
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_BIN_DIR, "${prefix}/bin", "Package installed binaries destination")
fi
else
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_BIN_DIR, "${bindir}", "Package installed binaries destination")
fi
dnl Set PACKAGE_LIB_DIR in config.h.
if test "x${libdir}" = 'xNONE'; then
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_LIB_DIR, "${ac_default_prefix}/lib", "Package installed libraries destination")
else
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_LIB_DIR, "${prefix}/lib", "Package installed libraries destination")
fi
else
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_LIB_DIR, "${libdir}", "Package installed libraries destination")
fi
dnl Set PACKAGE_DATA_DIR in config.h.
if test "x${prefix}" = "xNONE"; then
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_DATA_DIR, "${HOME}/.e/e/modules/${PACKAGE}", "Package installed data destination")
datadir="${HOME}/.e/e/modules/${PACKAGE}"
else
AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED(PACKAGE_DATA_DIR, "${prefix}/lib/enlightenment/modules/${PACKAGE}", "Package installed data destination")
datadir="${prefix}/lib/enlightenment/modules/${PACKAGE}"
fi
#AC_CHECK_LIB(dl, dlopen, dlopen_libs=-ldl)
#AC_SUBST(dlopen_libs)
AC_ARG_WITH(ecore-config,
[ --with-ecore-config=ECORE_CONFIG use ecore-config specified ],
[
ECORE_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$ECORE_CONFIG" for ecore-config";
],[
PROG="ecore-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(ECORE_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
ecore_cflags=`$ECORE_CONFIG --cflags`
ecore_libs=`$ECORE_CONFIG --libs`
AC_SUBST(ecore_cflags)
AC_SUBST(ecore_libs)
AC_ARG_WITH(evas-config,
[ --with-evas-config=EVAS_CONFIG use evas-config specified ],
[
EVAS_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$EVAS_CONFIG" for evas-config";
],[
PROG="evas-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(EVAS_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
evas_cflags=`$EVAS_CONFIG --cflags`
evas_libs=`$EVAS_CONFIG --libs`
AC_SUBST(evas_cflags)
AC_SUBST(evas_libs)
AC_ARG_WITH(esmart-config,
[ --with-esmart-config=ESMART_CONFIG use esmart-config specified ],
[
ESMART_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$ESMART_CONFIG" for esmart-config";
],[
PROG="esmart-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(ESMART_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
esmart_cflags=`$ESMART_CONFIG --cflags`
esmart_libs=`$ESMART_CONFIG --libs`
AC_SUBST(esmart_cflags)
AC_SUBST(esmart_libs)
AC_ARG_WITH(edje-config,
[ --with-edje-config=EDJE_CONFIG use edje-config specified ],
[
EDJE_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$EDJE_CONFIG" for edje-config";
/
],[
PROG="edje-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(EDJE_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
edje_cflags=`$EDJE_CONFIG --cflags`
edje_libs=`$EDJE_CONFIG --libs`
AC_SUBST(edje_cflags)
AC_SUBST(edje_libs)
edje_cc="`$EDJE_CONFIG --prefix`/bin/edje_cc"
AC_ARG_WITH(edje-cc,
[ --with-edje-cc=PATH specify a specific path to edje_cc],
[
v=$withval;
edje_cc=$v
echo " Enlightenment edje_cc explicitly set to "$edje_cc;
],[
edje_cc="`$EDJE_CONFIG --prefix`/bin/edje_cc"
])
AC_SUBST(edje_cc)
AC_ARG_WITH(eet-config,
[ --with-eet-config=EET_CONFIG use eet-config specified ],
[
EET_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$EET_CONFIG" for eet-config";
],[
PROG="eet-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(EET_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
eet_cflags=`$EET_CONFIG --cflags`
eet_libs=`$EET_CONFIG --libs`
AC_SUBST(eet_cflags)
AC_SUBST(eet_libs)
AC_ARG_WITH(enlightenment-config,
[ --with-enlightenment-config=E_CONFIG use enlightenment-config specified ],
[
E_CONFIG=$withval;
echo "using "$E_CONFIG" for enlightenment-config";
],[
PROG="enlightenment-config";
AC_PATH_PROG(E_CONFIG, $PROG, "", $PATH)
])
e_cflags=`$E_CONFIG --cflags`
e_libs=`$E_CONFIG --libs`
e_modules=`$E_CONFIG --module-dir`
AC_SUBST(e_cflags)
AC_SUBST(e_libs)
AC_SUBST(e_modules)
AC_OUTPUT([
Makefile
],[
])

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e_mod_config.c

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#include "e.h"
#include "e_mod_main.h"
typedef struct _cfdata CFData;
typedef struct _Cfg_File_Data Cfg_File_Data;
struct _cfdata
{
int resolution;
};
struct _Cfg_File_Data
{
E_Config_Dialog *cfd;
char *file;
};
/* Protos */
static void *_create_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd);
static void _free_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, CFData *cfdata);
static Evas_Object *_basic_create_widgets(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, Evas *evas, CFData *cfdata);
static int _basic_apply_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, CFData *cfdata);
void
_config_tclock_module(E_Container *con, TClock_Face *f)
{
E_Config_Dialog *cfd;
E_Config_Dialog_View v;
v.create_cfdata = _create_data;
v.free_cfdata = _free_data;
v.basic.apply_cfdata = _basic_apply_data;
v.basic.create_widgets = _basic_create_widgets;
v.advanced.apply_cfdata = NULL;
v.advanced.create_widgets = NULL;
cfd = e_config_dialog_new(con, _("Tclock Configuration"), NULL, 0, &v, f);
}
static void
_fill_data(TClock_Face *f, CFData *cfdata)
{
cfdata->resolution = f->conf->resolution;
}
static void
*_create_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd)
{
CFData *cfdata;
TClock_Face *f;
f = cfd->data;
cfdata = E_NEW(CFData, 1);
_fill_data(f, cfdata);
return cfdata;
}
static void
_free_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, CFData *cfdata)
{
free(cfdata);
}
static Evas_Object
*_basic_create_widgets(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, Evas *evas, CFData *cfdata)
{
Evas_Object *o, *of, *ob;
E_Radio_Group *rg;
o = e_widget_list_add(evas, 0, 0);
of = e_widget_framelist_add(evas, _("Resolution"), 0);
rg = e_widget_radio_group_new(&(cfdata->resolution));
ob = e_widget_radio_add(evas, _("1 Minute"), RESOLUTION_MINUTE ,rg);
e_widget_framelist_object_append(of, ob);
ob = e_widget_radio_add(evas, _("1 Second"), RESOLUTION_SECOND ,rg);
e_widget_framelist_object_append(of, ob);
e_widget_list_object_append(o, of, 1, 1, 0.5);
return o;
}
static int
_basic_apply_data(E_Config_Dialog *cfd, CFData *cfdata)
{
TClock_Face *f;
f = cfd->data;
e_border_button_bindings_ungrab_all();
f->conf->resolution = cfdata->resolution;
e_config_save_queue();
e_border_button_bindings_grab_all();
return 1;
}

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e_mod_config.h

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#ifdef E_TYPEDEFS
#else
#ifndef E_MOD_CONFIG_H
#define E_MOD_CONFIG_H
#include "e_mod_main.h"
EAPI void _config_tclock_module(E_Container *con, TClock_Face *f);
#endif
#endif

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e_mod_main.c

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#include <time.h>
#include "e.h"
#include "e_mod_main.h"
#include "e_mod_config.h"
static TClock* _tclock_new();
static void _tclock_shutdown(TClock *tclock);
static void _tclock_config_menu_new(TClock *tclock);
static TClock_Face *_tclock_face_new(E_Container *con);
static void _tclock_face_free(TClock_Face *face);
static void _tclock_face_menu_new(TClock_Face *face);
static void _tclock_face_cb_gmc_change(void *data, E_Gadman_Client *gmc, E_Gadman_Change change);
static void _tclock_face_cb_mouse_down(void *data, Evas *e, Evas_Object *obj,void *event_info);
static void _tclock_face_cb_menu_edit(void *data, E_Menu *m, E_Menu_Item *mi);
static void _tclock_face_cb_menu_configure(void *data, E_Menu *m, E_Menu_Item *mi);
static int _tclock_cb_check(void *data);
static E_Config_DD *conf_edd;
static E_Config_DD *conf_face_edd;
static int _tclock_count;
/*public code******************************/
E_Module_Api e_modapi =
{
E_MODULE_API_VERSION,
"TClock"
};
void
*e_modapi_init(E_Module *module)
{
TClock *tclock;
tclock = _tclock_new();
module->config_menu =tclock->config_menu;
return tclock;
}
int
e_modapi_shutdown(E_Module *module)
{
TClock *tclock;
if (module->config_menu)
module->config_menu = NULL;
tclock = module->data;
if (tclock)
_tclock_shutdown(tclock);
return 1;
}
int
e_modapi_info(E_Module *module)
{
module->icon_file = strdup(PACKAGE_DATA_DIR "/module_icon.png");
return 1;
}
int
e_modapi_save(E_Module *module)
{
TClock *tclock;
tclock = module->data;
e_config_domain_save("module.tclock", conf_edd, tclock->conf);
return 1;
}
int
e_modapi_about(E_Module *module)
{
e_module_dialog_show("Simple Digital Clock", "Displays a digital clock on the desktop");
return 1;
}
int
e_modapi_config(E_Module *module)
{
Evas_List *l;
TClock *t;
TClock_Face *tf;
t = module->data;
for (l = t->faces; l; l = l->next)
{
tf = l->data;
if (tf->tclock == t)
{
/* Configure Clock */
_config_tclock_module(tf->con, tf);
break;
}
}
return 1;
}
/******************************************************************
* private functions
****************************************************************/
static TClock
*_tclock_new()
{
TClock *tclock;
Evas_List *managers, *l, *l2, *cl;
E_Menu_Item *mi;
_tclock_count = 0;
tclock=E_NEW(TClock,1);
if (!tclock) return NULL;
conf_face_edd = E_CONFIG_DD_NEW("TClock_Config_Face", Config_Face);
#undef T
#undef D
#define T Config_Face
#define D conf_face_edd
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, enabled, UCHAR);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, resolution, UINT);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, format, STR);
conf_edd = E_CONFIG_DD_NEW("TClock_Config", Config);
#undef T
#undef D
#define T Config
#define D conf_edd
E_CONFIG_LIST(D, T, faces, conf_face_edd);
E_CONFIG_VAL(D, T, poll_time, DOUBLE);
tclock->conf = e_config_domain_load("module.tclock", conf_edd);
if (!tclock->conf)
{
tclock->conf = E_NEW(Config, 1);
tclock->conf->poll_time = 60.0;
}
_tclock_config_menu_new(tclock);
managers = e_manager_list();
cl = tclock->conf->faces;
for (l = managers; l; l = l->next)
{
E_Manager *man;
man = l->data;
for (l2 = man->containers; l2; l2 = l2->next)
{
E_Container *con;
TClock_Face *face;
con = l2->data;
face = _tclock_face_new(con);
if (face)
{
face->tclock = tclock;
tclock->faces = evas_list_append(tclock->faces, face);
/* Config */
if (!cl)
{
face->conf = E_NEW(Config_Face, 1);
/* set instance config values*/
face->conf->enabled = 1;
face->conf->resolution = RESOLUTION_MINUTE;
tclock->conf->faces = evas_list_append(tclock->conf->faces, face->conf);
}
else
{
face->conf = cl->data;
cl = cl->next;
}
if (face->conf->resolution == RESOLUTION_SECOND)
{
E_CONFIG_LIMIT(tclock->conf->poll_time, 0.1, 1.0);
tclock->tclock_check_timer = ecore_timer_add(tclock->conf->poll_time, _tclock_cb_check, tclock);
TCLOCK_DEBUG("RES_SEC");
}
else
{
E_CONFIG_LIMIT(tclock->conf->poll_time, 1.0, 60.0);
tclock->tclock_check_timer = ecore_timer_add(tclock->conf->poll_time, _tclock_cb_check, tclock);
TCLOCK_DEBUG("RES_MIN");
}
/* Menu */
/* This menu must be initialized after conf */
_tclock_face_menu_new(face);
mi = e_menu_item_new(tclock->config_menu);
e_menu_item_label_set(mi, _("Configuration"));
e_menu_item_callback_set(mi, _tclock_face_cb_menu_configure, face);
mi = e_menu_item_new(tclock->config_menu);
e_menu_item_label_set(mi, con->name);
e_menu_item_submenu_set(mi, face->menu);
}
}
}
return tclock;
}
static void
_tclock_shutdown (TClock *tclock)
{
Evas_List *list;
E_CONFIG_DD_FREE(conf_edd);
E_CONFIG_DD_FREE(conf_face_edd);
ecore_timer_del(tclock->tclock_check_timer);
for (list = tclock->faces; list; list = list->next)
_tclock_face_free(list->data);
evas_list_free(tclock->faces);
e_object_del(E_OBJECT(tclock->config_menu));
evas_list_free(tclock->conf->faces);
free(tclock->conf);
free(tclock);
}
static void
_tclock_config_menu_new(TClock *tclock)
{
tclock->config_menu = e_menu_new();
}
static TClock_Face
*_tclock_face_new(E_Container *con)
{
TClock_Face *face;
Evas_Object *o;
Evas_Coord x, y, w, h;
face = E_NEW(TClock_Face, 1);
if (!face) return NULL;
face->con = con;
e_object_ref(E_OBJECT(con));
evas_event_freeze(con->bg_evas);
o = edje_object_add(con->bg_evas);
face->tclock_object = o;
edje_object_file_set(o, PACKAGE_DATA_DIR"/tclock.edj", "tclock/main");
evas_object_show(o);
o = evas_object_rectangle_add(con->bg_evas);
face->event_object = o;
evas_object_layer_set(o, 2);
evas_object_repeat_events_set(o, 1);
evas_object_color_set(o, 0, 0, 0, 0);
evas_object_event_callback_add(o, EVAS_CALLBACK_MOUSE_DOWN, _tclock_face_cb_mouse_down, face);
evas_object_show(o);
evas_object_resize(face->tclock_object, 200, 200);
edje_object_calc_force(face->tclock_object);
edje_object_part_geometry_get(face->tclock_object, "main", &x, &y, &w, &h);
face->inset.l = x;
face->inset.r = 200 - (x + w);
face->inset.t = y;
face->inset.b = 200 - (y + h);
face->gmc = e_gadman_client_new(con->gadman);
e_gadman_client_domain_set(face->gmc, "module.tclock", _tclock_count++);
e_gadman_client_policy_set(face->gmc,
E_GADMAN_POLICY_ANYWHERE |
E_GADMAN_POLICY_HMOVE |
E_GADMAN_POLICY_VMOVE |
E_GADMAN_POLICY_HSIZE |
E_GADMAN_POLICY_VSIZE);
e_gadman_client_min_size_set(face->gmc, 4, 4);
e_gadman_client_max_size_set(face->gmc, 512, 512);
e_gadman_client_auto_size_set(face->gmc,
40 + (face->inset.l + face->inset.r),
40 + (face->inset.t + face->inset.b));
e_gadman_client_align_set(face->gmc, 1.0, 1.0);
//e_gadman_client_aspect_set(face->gmc, 1.0, 1.0);
e_gadman_client_padding_set(face->gmc,
face->inset.l, face->inset.r,
face->inset.t, face->inset.b);
e_gadman_client_resize(face->gmc,
40 + (face->inset.l + face->inset.r),
40 + (face->inset.t + face->inset.b));
e_gadman_client_change_func_set(face->gmc, _tclock_face_cb_gmc_change, face);
e_gadman_client_load(face->gmc);
evas_event_thaw(con->bg_evas);
return face;
}
static void
_tclock_face_free(TClock_Face *face)
{
e_object_unref(E_OBJECT(face->con));
e_object_del(E_OBJECT(face->gmc));
evas_object_del(face->tclock_object);
evas_object_del(face->event_object);
e_object_del(E_OBJECT(face->menu));
free(face->conf);
free(face);
_tclock_count--;
}
static int
_tclock_cb_check(void *data)
{
TClock *tclock;
Evas_List *l;
time_t current_time;
struct tm *local_time;
char buf[TIME_BUF];
memset(buf, 0, sizeof(buf));
current_time=time(NULL);
local_time = localtime(&current_time);
//strftime (buf,TIME_BUF, "%a %d,%b %H:%M", local_time);
tclock = data;
for (l = tclock->faces; l; l = l->next)
{
TClock_Face *face;
face = l->data;
const char *format;
format = edje_object_part_state_get(face->tclock_object, "tclock_format",NULL);
face->conf->format = format;
strftime (buf,TIME_BUF, face->conf->format, local_time);
TCLOCK_DEBUG(face->conf->format);
edje_object_part_text_set(face->tclock_object, "tclock_text", buf);
e_config_save_queue();
}
}
static void
_tclock_face_menu_new(TClock_Face *face)
{
E_Menu *mn, *smn;
E_Menu_Item *mi;
mn = e_menu_new();
face->menu = mn;
mi = e_menu_item_new(mn);
e_menu_item_label_set(mi, _("Configuration"));
e_menu_item_callback_set(mi, _tclock_face_cb_menu_configure, face);
/* Edit */
mi = e_menu_item_new(mn);
e_menu_item_label_set(mi, _("Edit Mode"));
e_menu_item_callback_set(mi, _tclock_face_cb_menu_edit, face);
}
static void
_tclock_face_cb_gmc_change(void *data, E_Gadman_Client *gmc, E_Gadman_Change change)
{
TClock_Face *face;
Evas_Coord x, y, w, h;
face = data;
switch (change)
{
case E_GADMAN_CHANGE_MOVE_RESIZE:
e_gadman_client_geometry_get(face->gmc, &x, &y, &w, &h);
evas_object_move(face->tclock_object, x, y);
evas_object_move(face->event_object, x, y);
evas_object_resize(face->tclock_object, w, h);
evas_object_resize(face->event_object, w, h);
break;
case E_GADMAN_CHANGE_RAISE:
evas_object_raise(face->tclock_object);
evas_object_raise(face->event_object);
break;
case E_GADMAN_CHANGE_EDGE:
case E_GADMAN_CHANGE_ZONE:
/* FIXME
* Must we do something here?
*/
break;
}
}
static void
_tclock_face_cb_mouse_down(void *data, Evas *e, Evas_Object *obj, void *event_info)
{
TClock_Face *face;
Evas_Event_Mouse_Down *ev;
face = data;
ev = event_info;
if (ev->button == 3)
{
e_menu_activate_mouse(face->menu, e_zone_current_get(face->con),
ev->output.x, ev->output.y, 1, 1,
E_MENU_POP_DIRECTION_DOWN, ev->timestamp);
e_util_container_fake_mouse_up_all_later(face->con);
}
}
static void
_tclock_face_cb_menu_edit(void *data, E_Menu *m, E_Menu_Item *mi)
{
TClock_Face *face;
face = data;
e_gadman_mode_set(face->gmc->gadman, E_GADMAN_MODE_EDIT);
}
static void
_tclock_face_cb_menu_configure(void *data, E_Menu *m, E_Menu_Item *mi)
{
TClock_Face *f;
f = data;
if (!f) return;
_config_tclock_module(f->con, f);
}

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#ifndef E_MOD_MAIN_H
#define E_MOD_MAIN_H
#define RESOLUTION_MINUTE 0
#define RESOLUTION_SECOND 1
#define TIME_BUF 1024
#define FORMAT_BUF_SIZE 1024
#define TCLOCK_DEBUG(X) (printf("tclock_debug: %s\n",X))
#undef TCLOCK_DEBUG
#define TCLOCK_DEBUG(X)
typedef struct _Config
{
Evas_List *faces;
double poll_time;
}Config;
typedef struct _Config_Face
{
unsigned char enabled;
unsigned int resolution;
const char *format;
}Config_Face;
typedef struct _TClock
{
Evas_List *faces;
E_Menu *config_menu;
Config *conf;
Ecore_Timer *tclock_check_timer;
}TClock;
typedef struct _TClock_Face
{
E_Container *con;
E_Menu *menu;
E_Menu *resolution_menu;
Config_Face *conf;
TClock *tclock;
struct {
Evas_Coord l, r, t, b;
} inset;
Evas_Object *tclock_object;
Evas_Object *event_object;
E_Gadman_Client *gmc;
}TClock_Face;
extern E_Module_Api e_modapi;
EAPI void *e_modapi_init (E_Module *m);
EAPI int e_modapi_shutdown (E_Module *m);
EAPI int e_modapi_save (E_Module *m);
EAPI int e_modapi_info (E_Module *m);
EAPI int e_modapi_about (E_Module *m);
EAPI void _tclock_cb_config_updated(void *data);
#endif

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%define e_module_name tclock
Summary: Text-based clock module for Enlightenment
Name: e_modules-%{e_module_name}
Version: 0.0.1
Release: 1.%{?_vendorsuffix:%{_vendorsuffix}}%{!?_vendorsuffix:%{_vendor}}
License: Public Domain
Group: User Interface/X
Source: http://c7obs.net/~adi/projects/e17/%{e_module_name}-%{version}.tar.gz
Packager: %{?_packager:%{_packager}}%{!?_packager:%{_vendor}}
Vendor: %{?_vendorinfo:%{_vendorinfo}}%{!?_vendorinfo:%{_vendor}}
Distribution: %{?_distribution:%{_distribution}}%{!?_distribution:%{_vendor}}
BuildRequires: enlightenment-devel esmart-devel
Prefix: %{_prefix}
BuildRoot: /var/tmp/%{name}-%{version}-%{release}-root
%description
Text-based clock module for Enlightenment 0.16.999 or greater.
%prep
%setup -q -n %{e_module_name}-%{version}
%build
CFLAGS="%{?cflags:%{cflags}}%{!?cflags:$RPM_OPT_FLAGS}"
CXXFLAGS="%{?cxxflags:%{cxxflags}}%{!?cflags:$RPM_OPT_FLAGS}"
export CFLAGS CXXFLAGS
%configure %{?acflags}
%{__make} %{?mflags}
%install
%{__make} install DESTDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT %{?mflags_install}
%clean
test "x$RPM_BUILD_ROOT" != "x/" && rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
%files
%defattr(-, root, root)
%{_libdir}/e_modules/%{e_module_name}
%{_libdir}/enlightenment/modules_extra/%{e_module_name}
%changelog
* Mon Oct 17 2005 Mezzanine <mezzanine@kainx.org>
- Specfile auto-generated by Mezzanine

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// Sample EDC
images {
image, "background.png" COMP;
}
collections {
group {
name, "tclock/main";
min, 32 32;
max, 1024 768;
parts {
part {
name, "background";
type, IMAGE;
mouse_events, 0;
description {
state, "default" 0.0;
rel1 {
relative, 0.0 0.0;
offset, 0 0;
}
rel2 {
relative, 1.0 1.0;
offset, -1 -1;
}
image {
normal, "background.png";
}
}
}
part {
name: "tclock_format";
type: TEXT;
mouse_events, 0;
description {
state: " %a %d,%b %H:%M" 0.0;
}
}
part {
name: "tclock_text";
type: TEXT;
effect: SOFT_SHADOW;
mouse_events, 0;
description {
state, "default" 0.0;
rel1 {
relative, 0.0 0.0;
offset, 0 0;
}
rel2 {
relative, 1.0 1.0;
offset, -1 -1;
}
color: 255 255 255 230;
//color2: 0 0 255 155;
color3: 0 0 0 50;
text {
text, "Starting the clock...";
font, "vera";
size, 16;
align, 0.5 0.5;
}
}
}
} /* Close Parts */
} /* Close Group */
} /* Close Coll */
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