Commit 6577183a authored by Jan Möbius's avatar Jan Möbius
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Fixed section errors in tutorials 1 and 2

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/*! \page ex1 A simple plugin /*! \page ex1 A simple plugin
* *
* In this section we are going to build our own OpenFlipper plugin step by step. The goal of this * In this tutorial we are going to build our own OpenFlipper plugin step by step. The goal of this
* tutorial is to build a simple plugin that is loaded by OpenFlipper at launch. * tutorial is to build a simple plugin that is loaded by OpenFlipper at launch.
* *
* We start by creating the plugin directory in OpenFlipper's root directory, * We start by creating the plugin directory in OpenFlipper's root directory,
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* log to see what went wrong. * log to see what went wrong.
* *
* See \ref dataFlow for further information on interface function calls. * See \ref dataFlow for further information on interface function calls.
*/ */
\ No newline at end of file
/*! \page ex2 Implementing a mesh smoother plugin /*! \page ex2 Implementing a mesh smoother plugin
* *
* The last section dealt with the implementation of a first plugin without any functionality at all. This section * The last tutorial dealt with the implementation of a first plugin without any functionality at all. This tutorial
* will show you how to progam a simple mesh smoother. We are assuming that you have read \ref ex1 and will only * will show you how to progam a simple mesh smoother. We are assuming that you have read \ref ex1 and will only
* explain parts that have to be added in order to include new functionality. * explain parts that have to be added in order to include new functionality.
* *
* \subsection ex2Header Definition of the header * \section ex2Header Definition of the header
* *
* To start off we first have to add two additional header files. The first one is the \c ToolboxInterface. * To start off we first have to add two additional header files. The first one is the \c ToolboxInterface.
* We need this interface because we want to add a Toolbox to our plugin in order to be able to set parameters. * We need this interface because we want to add a Toolbox to our plugin in order to be able to set parameters.
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* \include example/SmootherPlugin.hh * \include example/SmootherPlugin.hh
* *
* *
* \subsection ex2Implemenation1 Implemention of the GUI * \section ex2Implemenation1 Implemention of the GUI
* *
* As we have already mentioned in \ref ex2Header, the tool box is generated inside the pluginsInitialized() function * As we have already mentioned in \ref ex2Header, the tool box is generated inside the pluginsInitialized() function
* and then added by the addToolbox() signal passing a reference to our toolbox. * and then added by the addToolbox() signal passing a reference to our toolbox.
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* \until emit addToolbox( tr("Smoother") , toolBox ); * \until emit addToolbox( tr("Smoother") , toolBox );
* *
* *
* \subsection ex2Implemenation2 Implemention of the Smoother * \section ex2Implemenation2 Implemention of the Smoother
* *
* Now that the Toolbox is completely setup, we can start implementing the smoother. We begin with searching objects * Now that the Toolbox is completely setup, we can start implementing the smoother. We begin with searching objects
* on which we have to compute the smoothing. The algorithm takes all objects marked as target and tries to apply the * on which we have to compute the smoothing. The algorithm takes all objects marked as target and tries to apply the
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