Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

With this great job Unalcade, I think Nuri will ask you a python code to generate element of nomenclature !nomicons/wink

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Why not, but in future block generator and nomenclature need to be in QET C++ Qt code.

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53 (edited by unalcalde 2016-08-21 09:23:33)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Thanks a lot.  
Now I'm testing Qt. My first practice will be upgrade this script to use Qt. I'll do a simple screen with two tabs. One tab for config paths if the defaults not work, and the other tab will be a list of the same recent projects that Qet. 

it wll be easy to use, elegant and no requires extra instalations because it will use same libraries as Qet.

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

If you can, download latest source code and try to integrate your script directly.

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

I downloaded the source code and compiled successfully.
Before integrate the script, i need to retype the script in c++.

nomicons/smile

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Nice Unalcalde :-)

I hope it works in C++ too.

57 (edited by unalcalde 2016-08-26 22:44:50)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Hi, in the following days will be available a new grafical version of the app. I rewrited to a object oriented  model and will be easy to translate to C++. It uses Qt5 and looks like the image. 

The app works well, but now in the tab "terminal block" I want to show a list of the QET recent projects, so will be easy to choose a project and generate its terminal blocks.

I will use the QSettings class of Qt5 to get the list, but I have a question, where are saved the config files?

Thanks

http://i63.tinypic.com/s4476h.jpg

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Hi Unalcalde,


We use the native format for QSettings :

http://doc.qt.io/qt-5/qsettings.html#details

the configuration files are stored in :

For GNU/Linux distributions:
$HOME/.config/QElectroTech/QElectroTech.conf
For Mac OS X:
$HOME/Library/Preferences/QElectroTech/QElectroTech.plist
For Windows, in the registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\QElectroTech\

qetapp.cpp and recentiles.cpp

Thanks

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

@Unalcalde :
Very nice your part list pages.
What software or script do you use for generate this HTML?

https://download.qelectrotech.org/qet/forum_img/foliolistlabel13.png

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

I use excel. I fill by hand (but always is copy and paste from another project) and later a simple formula change to a html table.

Later copy and paste to QET.

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Ok, 
you could see Nuri Libreoffice macro :
https://qelectrotech.org/forum/viewtopi … 3730#p3730



Or try ronny dxftoelmt converter and CSV to elmt converter (Qt5):
https://qelectrotech.org/forum/viewtopi … 4162#p4162

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62 (edited by unalcalde 2016-08-27 12:31:44)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Hi, I'll test your 2 proposals.

I introduce the Grafical version of Terminal Blocks maker. I tried to make an installer for all platforms, but either pyinstaller or cx_freeze fails for me.

Please, check the program for bugs and test how to make a installable version.

By now, installing on linux pyqy5 will be enough ( sudo apt-get install python3-pyqt5 ).

To run the program: python3 QET_TB_maker_0.5.py. 

Thanks.

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

python3 QET_TB_maker_0.5.py      
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "QET_TB_maker_0.5.py", line 12, in <module>
   from frmMain_ui import Ui_frmMain
ImportError: No module named 'frmMain_ui'

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64 (edited by unalcalde 2016-08-27 16:22:33)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

scorpio810 wrote:

python3 QET_TB_maker_0.5.py      
Traceback (most recent call last):
 File "QET_TB_maker_0.5.py", line 12, in <module>
   from frmMain_ui import Ui_frmMain
ImportError: No module named 'frmMain_ui'

Sorry, i forgot to upload the file nomicons/blush

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Nice, great work. nomicons/smile

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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

For MS Windows in the past you have already installed python.
Enter cmd  for run terminal and paste this command line

pip3 install pyqt5

Now run QET_TB_maker_0.5.py    
Is run perfect on MS Windows too, thanks Unalcalde.


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Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Ok, I'm so happy. As we go testing I'll fix all the bugs. nomicons/grin

Fow now, I saw on your video that the first tab showed is "Config". Maybe is better to show the tab "terminal block".

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

I tried to make an exe file bacause will be a portable file and no need to install python,.. in windows.

Differents options fails for me, but 'pyinstaller' finally creates the exe file, but launched and error when I ran it.

Can you test this?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11Q2QADsAEE
http://i68.tinypic.com/fwsv1k.jpg

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

I have a problem, I can't run it on linuxmint 18.

alexis@alexis-SATELLITE-L70-C-14E ~ $ python3 ./Bureau/QET_TB_maker_0.5.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./Bureau/QET_TB_maker_0.5.py", line 12, in <module>
    from frmMain_ui import Ui_frmMain
  File "/home/alexis/Bureau/frmMain_ui.py", line 9, in <module>
    from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets
ImportError: No module named 'PyQt5'

I have install : python-pyqt5 5.5.1 and python3-pip 8.1.1

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

galexis wrote:

I have a problem, I can't run it on linuxmint 18.

alexis@alexis-SATELLITE-L70-C-14E ~ $ python3 ./Bureau/QET_TB_maker_0.5.py
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./Bureau/QET_TB_maker_0.5.py", line 12, in <module>
    from frmMain_ui import Ui_frmMain
  File "/home/alexis/Bureau/frmMain_ui.py", line 9, in <module>
    from PyQt5 import QtCore, QtGui, QtWidgets
ImportError: No module named 'PyQt5'

I have install : python-pyqt5 5.5.1 and python3-pip 8.1.1

Try installing pyqt5-dev-tools. 
I didn't install any more packages. My primary os is xubuntu and I tried on a virtual machine with Lubuntu.

I'll continue trying to create a portable version for all os.

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Perhaps this:
http://arstechnica.com/information-tech … -mac-os-x/

https://www.smallsurething.com/a-really … cx_freeze/

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72 (edited by unalcalde 2016-08-28 13:44:21)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Py2exe: It's 6 years ago. no works  with python 3.5.
cx_freeze: only supports python 3.4  :-(

Now i'm testing one option directly from pyqt: http://pyqt.sourceforge.net/Docs/pyqtde … ction.html

73 (edited by scorpio810 2016-08-28 15:21:50)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

unalcalde wrote:

I didn't install any more packages. My primary os is xubuntu and I tried on a virtual machine with Lubuntu.

I'll continue trying to create a portable version for all os.

Ok, it's work. pyqt5-dev-tools installed python-pyqt5 (not python3-pyqt5).

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

Hi, 
now the program is easy to install, at the command line execute: pip install qet_tb_generator
to excute write the command: qet_tb_generator

Under linux uses pip3 instead.

This installation method should resolve all dependencies (i.e. pyqt5)

Re: Terminal block generator cross-platform

[11:36:21] laurent@debian:~$ pip3 install qet_tb_generator
Collecting qet_tb_generator
  Downloading qet_tb_generator-0.5.0.tar.gz
Collecting pyqt5 (from qet_tb_generator)
  Downloading PyQt5-5.7-cp35-cp35m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl (89.8MB)
    100% |████████████████████████████████| 89.8MB 16kB/s 
Collecting sip (from pyqt5->qet_tb_generator)
  Downloading sip-4.18.1-cp35-cp35m-manylinux1_x86_64.whl (60kB)
    100% |████████████████████████████████| 61kB 1.5MB/s 
Building wheels for collected packages: qet-tb-generator
  Running setup.py bdist_wheel for qet-tb-generator ... done
  Stored in directory: /home/laurent/.cache/pip/wheels/e1/33/67/5b05f5ec88ebfcec3f4bd9039d0e66cdc7dcb4de55e5c03719
Successfully built qet-tb-generator
Installing collected packages: sip, pyqt5, qet-tb-generator
Successfully installed pyqt5 qet-tb-generator sip-4.18.1
[11:37:33] laurent@debian:~$ 


to excute write the command: qet_tb_generator

Hum, no work

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