"plugins" should be called "modules" from now on.
to be changed in code/website/documentations to it consistent.
#3 Updated by Richard Wonka about 8 years ago
One place I just spotted where this will apply:
In the keybinding preferences, there is one tree to "image operations" and one to "plugins" (now to be modules). I don't fully understand the difference between the two and the differentiation seems to be arbitrary (or, of course for historical reasons. :-)
Would it not make sense to reduce this to
Should I post a separate issue for this? (Can we have permission to add related issues in this instance of redmine? - I find the feature very handy..)
#4 Updated by Simon Spannagel about 8 years ago
- Status changed from New to In Progress
latter one: granted :)
Just keep all the naming convention stuff here, I think it will take some time to update the UI everywhere - so it's good to know where we still have some left.
In general there is no "real" difference between iops and other modules beside the fact that iops work on images while the latter ones provide additional features around that.
#5 Updated by Tobias Ellinghaus almost 8 years ago
- Affected Version set to git development version
- % Done changed from 30 to 60
- Assignee set to Developers
I just pushed some changes to the GUI to use "module" rather than "plugin" (see ab355869e5f49269011cc235e6970a546d787ca5). This will break the keyboardrc and keyboardrc_default, so either delete these files or replace "module" with "plugin" in there. I didn't change the config variables in darktablerc since these are not displayed to the user, and anyone fiddling with the config file should know what he does.
#9 Updated by Tobias Ellinghaus about 7 years ago
- System set to all
- % Done changed from 50 to 100
- Target version changed from Future to Candidate for next minor release
- Status changed from In Progress to Fixed
doc/usermanual$ grep -ir plugin * | grep -v "^po"
returns nothing so I am closing this again.