Changeset 091eee64 in sasview


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Timestamp:
Feb 20, 2019 8:59:13 AM (3 months ago)
Author:
Piotr Rozyczko <piotr.rozyczko@…>
Branches:
ESS_GUI, ESS_GUI_bumps_abstraction, ESS_GUI_iss1116, ESS_GUI_opencl, ESS_GUI_sync_sascalc
Children:
390494d
Parents:
d1b525b
Message:

Modified the open tutorial action - it now opens a webpage with tutorial
links. Just like in 4.2. SASVIEW-1255.
Also, modified copyright year in yet another place.

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  • docs/sphinx-docs/source/index.rst

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    1010   :maxdepth: 1 
    1111 
    12    User Documentation <user/user> 
     12   USER DOCUMENTATION <user/user> 
    1313 
    14    Developer Documentation <dev/dev> 
     14   DEVELOPER DOCUMENTATION <dev/dev> 
     15    
     16   Release Notes <user/RELEASE> 
     17    
  • docs/sphinx-docs/source/user/marketplace.rst

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    66plug-in fitting models for *SasView* for all to use. 
    77 
    8 .. note:: These plug-in models require SasView version 4.0 or later. 
     8.. note::  
     9    These plug-in models require SasView version 4.0 or later. However,  
     10    not *all* models may work with *every* version of SasView because  
     11    of changes to our API. 
    912 
    1013Contributed models should be written in Python (only version 2.7.x is 
     
    1215combination of Python and C. You only need to upload the .py/.c source 
    1316code files to the Marketplace! 
     17 
     18Please put a comment in your code to indicate which version of SasView you  
     19wrote the model for. 
    1420 
    1521For guidance on how to write a plugin model see :ref:`Writing_a_Plugin` . It 
  • docs/sphinx-docs/source/user/tutorial.rst

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    88.. note:: In Windows use [Alt]-[Cursor left] to return to the previous page 
    99 
     10The following tutorial was written for Version 2.x but is still a useful overview of  
     11much of the analysis capability in SasView (but disregard Appendix XIII if using  
     12Version 4.2 or later) 
     13 
     14:download:`Old Tutorial <sasview/Tutorial.pdf>` 
     15 
     16The following tutorials have been written for Version 4.x 
     17 
    1018:download:`Getting Started with Sasview <sasview/getting_started_with_sasview.pdf>` 
    1119 
    12 :download:`Old Tutorial <sasview/Tutorial.pdf>` 
     20:download:`Basic 1D Fitting in Sasview <sasview/basic_1d_fitting_in_sasview_v3x_4x.pdf>` 
     21 
     22:download:`Simultaneous 1D Fitting in Sasview <sasview/simultaneous_1d_fitting_in_sasview_v3x_4x.pdf>` 
     23 
     24:download:`Correlation Function Analysis in SasView <sasview/correlation_function_analysis_in_sasview_v4x.pdf>` 
  • installers/license.txt

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    1919developed under NSF award DMR-0520547."* 
    2020 
    21 (C) 2009-2015 UTK, UMD, ESS, NIST, ORNL, ISIS, ILL, DLS, DUT 
     21(C) 2009-2019 UTK, UMD, ESS, NIST, ORNL, ISIS, ILL, DLS, DUT 
  • src/sas/qtgui/MainWindow/GuiManager.py

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    10191019    def actionTutorial(self): 
    10201020        """ 
    1021         Open the tutorial PDF file with default PDF renderer 
    1022         """ 
    1023         # Not terribly safe here. Shell injection warning. 
    1024         # isfile() helps but this probably needs a better solution. 
    1025         if os.path.isfile(self._tutorialLocation): 
    1026             result = subprocess.Popen([self._tutorialLocation], shell=True) 
     1021        Open the page with tutorial PDF links 
     1022        """ 
     1023        helpfile = "/user/tutorial.html" 
     1024        self.showHelp(helpfile) 
    10271025 
    10281026    def actionAcknowledge(self): 
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