More ACD GUI bits
jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Wed Jan 10 17:02:34 UTC 2001
On Wed, Jan 10, 2001 at 04:29:52PM +0000, Peter Rice wrote:
> group: seqs [ info: "Select sequences" ]
> sequence: sequencea [ ..... ]
> endgroup: seqs
> Like your 'frames', groups could be nested.
That's acceptable to me too. Initially I had a hierarchical method:
frame: seqs [
info: "Select sequences"
sequence: sequencea [ ..... ]
This was easy for me to parse, but I guess it completely breaks the normal ACD
structure :-} Hence my other suggested change.
> ACD should allow missing endgroups, but -acdpretty should put them in :-)
Missing endgroups wouldn't make it hard to parse (for me). A new group just
appends on to the existing 'path' and the endgroup pops it off. I guess you'd
disallow the following case:
group: g1 [...]
group: g2 [...]
If so, then we do not need to specify which group is being ended.
> All options within a group would be defined together in the ACD file, and
> prompted for together. This will keep dependencies in the right order to
> simplify GUIs.
For generating HTML this is probably important. For my own work it doesn't
matter as the order of items in a dialogue does not need to be the same as the
order of tcl code used to generate the items.
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