Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of DevNotes/Obsolete/SASNewModel


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    55= Creating New Models in !SasView = 
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    7 This document provides an introduction for creating new scattering models in the software SasView (originallyl known as !SansView). For the project homepage visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/sasview. 
     7This document provides an introduction for creating new scattering models in the software !SasView (originallyl known as !SansView). For the project homepage visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/sasview. 
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    99Some information on developing models is given below.  Other more recently written resources can be found at: 
     
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    110 == Incorporating your Model in SasView == 
     110== Incorporating your Model in !SasView == 
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    113 The wrapper for python will create 3 separate chunks of code –''CtestModel.cpp, CtestModel.py and testModel.py''– this being what is actually called from Sansview. Make sure your ''testModel.cpp'' is placed correctly in sansmodels/src/c_models/ and the Sansview installation process will pick it up and do all the wrapping automatically.  
     113The wrapper for python will create 3 separate chunks of code –''!CtestModel.cpp, !CtestModel.py and testModel.py''– this being what is actually called from Sansview. Make sure your ''testModel.cpp'' is placed correctly in sansmodels/src/c_models/ and the Sansview installation process will pick it up and do all the wrapping automatically.  
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    115115Next, head over to the file 
     
    117117        fittingview/src/sans/perspectives/fitting/models.py 
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    119 This is where the model is actually added to the selection list for modelling and gui. In the class ModelManagerBase exists a method called _getModelList. In the relevant part of the method (you will easily see where) add 
     119This is where the model is actually added to the selection list for modelling and gui. In the class !ModelManagerBase exists a method called _getModelList. In the relevant part of the method (you will easily see where) add 
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