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Presentaciones en modo texto

Ya que me gus­ta el res­truc­tu­red text y Py­Q­t, es­tá ba­sa­do en eso, pe­ro se pue­de usar con vi y una wyse60.

Mi pro­yec­to se lla­ma To­bo­gan y se pue­de des­car­ga­r, y fun­cio­na has­ta cier­to pun­to.

Tie­ne una in­ter­fa­ce grá­fi­ca, pe­ro ig­no­ré­mos­la en es­te men­sa­je acer­ca de so­ftwa­re en mo­do tex­to ;-) y mos­tre­mos el tex­to que tie­ne atrá­s.

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Why use Tobogan
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(If you are a nerd)
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It's nerd-oriented
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It's trivial to display source code, with
proper syntax highlighting.

.. code-block:: python

    from base64 import *
    def myFirstFunction():
          print b64decode ('YnllIHdvcmxkIQ==')

Even for things like shell sessions.
Dammit, I am a nerd, I will try to add every nerd
feature I deem cool.



It does things simply
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This is a subtitle?
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Wanna show a flickr photo?

.. code-block:: rst

    .. flickr:: myPhotoTitle

How about using openomy.com to share your files?
And whatever else you can think of, it probably
**can**\  be done.

.. footer:: Smart thing goes here

Y aquí es­tá el re­sul­ta­do des­pués de co­rrer el script rs­t2s­l.­p­y.

Pis­ta­s:

  • Si el cu­r­­sor se mue­­ve ha­s­­ta la pa­r­­te su­­pe­­rior de la ven­­ta­­na, se pue­­de ver fle­­chas de an­­te­­rio­­­r/­­si­­guien­­te.

  • Si se ha­­ce cli­­ck en la ven­­ta­­na, se va a la si­­guien­­te pá­­gi­­na.

ha­ce ca­si un año que no lo to­co, y ne­ce­si­ta mu­cho ca­ri­ño, pe­ro no es una ma­la idea, me pa­re­ce.

What I am plotting...

...noth­ing.

Ok, here's what I have been do­ing:

  • Dad­dy work. Lots of it. Fun!

  • Ac­­tu­al work. Lots of it. Fun, but not so much!

  • Worked a lit­­tle more in RA-Flip. Play/Stop/­­Pause is done. The ed­it­ing mode and open­ing/sav­ing files is pret­­ty much done, so it will be ful­­ly func­­tion­al as soon as I can spend an af­ter­noon in it.

  • To­bo­­gan (My slideshow soft­­ware). It works nice­­ly. There are many rough spots and it needs a few fea­­tures:

    • Some way to ed­it the CSS for in­­­di­vid­u­al slides in a nice man­n­er. Like set­t­ing back­­­­­grounds and colours (and not much else)

    • A nice way to save the slideshow so it ends all in a sin­­­gle fold­er.

    • Many UI de­­­tails

    • Docs

    • A site

  • Bartle­Blog: it has worked well for me for a long while, since I have been post­ing this blog us­ing it. And re­al­­ly, it's a nice blog, is­n't it? ;-) But of course, there is stuff to be done:

    • Many UI de­­­tails

    • De­­­cent flickr and openo­my up­­­load­­­er­s/­­­man­agers

    • Some ex­­­tra gad­gets I have in mind

    • Docs

    • A site

And that's all I have in mind right now. Ex­cept maybe a graph­i­cal Be­funge in­ter­preter, but that's not re­al­ly im­por­tant ;-)

New project: Tobogan

As a re­sult of my play­ing with mootools and cre­at­ing pow­er­point-style slideshows on web­pages from re­struc­tured tex­t, I am pret­ty much de­cid­ed about turn­ing this in­to a stan­dalone, re­al ap­pli­ca­tion.

I am do­ing a PyQt4 fron­tend, and re­struc­tured text ad­dons to gen­er­ate the slides.

The na­tive file for­mat is re­struc­tured text it­self, and it sup­ports ba­sic tran­si­tions be­tween slides.

It still needs a ton of work, but here is a video show­ing how it looks af­ter a cou­ple of days hack­ing. You can see the cur­rent UI, a doc­u­men­t's source, and a demon­stra­tion us­ing fire­fox (on­ly be­cause Kon­qy does­n't sup­pose opac­i­ty, the rest of the tran­si­tions work even bet­ter on Kon­queror)

It's Og­g/The­o­ra and 3MB (thanks openo­my.­com!): the video