[Geany-Users] [ANN] Geany-Plugins 1.27 is out!

Lex Trotman elextr at xxxxx
Mon Mar 14 09:44:00 UTC 2016


Can you make a pull request on the README of Geanypy in G-P that
explains these new things for Python plugin makers.  I'm not sure I
understand details enough to get it right.

Also you can remove the warning that there would be incompatabilities
in 1.27 since you did a good job maintaining backward compatability :)


On 14 March 2016 at 19:15, Thomas Martitz <kugel at rockbox.org> wrote:
> Am 13.03.2016 um 16:26 schrieb Frank Lanitz:
>> Hi users, friends, everybody,
>> We are happy to announce a new version of the combined Geany-Plugins
>> release -- right after Geany 1.27, Geany-Plugins 1.27 has been released.
> Good work everybody!
>> * GeanyPy: Add keybinding support for Python plugins
> geanypy also became a proxy plugin. Some think this is not interesting for
> the end-user. However there is an important note that goes with it: the
> location for geanypy plugins has changed. They must be placed into the same
> directory as other plugins. Also, geanypy used to ship a separate plugin
> manager. This is not the case anymore. geanypy plugins are now displayed in
> the standard plugin manager, just below  geanypy itself.
> So, move all your existing plugins to ~/.config/geany/plugins. Code changes
> shouldn't be necessary.
> For keybindings support, there are new APIs which are loosely modelled after
> Geany's C API:
> In your __init__(self) do something like (this is just a quick example,
> checkout geanypy for details):
> self.kb_group = self.add_key_group("foo_bar", 2)
> self.kb_group.add_key_item("action1", "Action 1", self.on_action_1)
> [...]
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