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To: "Wong TM (Huang Deming)" <lookmeow@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: Raimar Falke <rf13@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Freeciv-Java <freeciv-java@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [FreeCiv-Java] Re: FW: new civlog version
From: Brian Duff <Brian.Duff@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 09:46:13 +0100


I'm lurking here. I was working on an update of the Java version of FreeCiv, 
but I've been a
little busy recently.

It's in CVS, though :)


"Wong TM (Huang Deming)" wrote:

> Hi! If you don't like me fw this Civlog stuffs to you, do info me.
> Anybody in the Freeciv-Java channel????????
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Grundel [mailto:michael42@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2000 8:12 AM
> To: Wong TM (Huang Deming)
> Subject: new civlog version
> Hi!
> I have made changes again :-)
> This time it's dynamic rescaling and Properties.
> There is a new menu-option "rescale dynamically" in the new "Options" Menu,
> which sets this new feature on/off. The state of this menu is saved in a
> properties-file in your home-directory.
> In W2k this is a defined place, in Win9x I don't know (maybe c:\).
> The file is called .civLogProperties, just let WindowsCommander search for it.
> I am a little tired (it's 1:15 am) so this will be short.
> I used Forte to add the new Menus, but I did not get the Names right
> (Name of the menu and the menuItem). Maybe you can fix that.
> I added a method in CivLogData which returns the Maximum between 2 years.
> This is used by rescale() in CivLogDraw if the dynamic-option is set.
> The file CivLogProperties saves this property. I copied it from another
> project and changed it a little. Since that was my first project, the code
> may be a little ugly, but it seems to work.
> basically you have CivLogProperties.getProperty(String key) and
> CivLogProperties.setProperty(String key, String value). setProperty saves
> automatically.
> The properties-files is loaded automatically at program start.
> In CivLogFrame.myinitcomponents I read a property and set the menu.
> This is a nice example if you want to know how it is used.
> I hope I am attaching the right files...
> If it doesn't work I took the wrong ones.
> Regards,
>   Michael
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