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Example code for BASE

BASE includes a plug-in and extensions mechanism that makes it possible to dynamically add new features to the backend and GUI. It is, for example, possible to add menu items in the menu and toolbar buttons in selected toolbars. This package contains a few examples to help you getting started with plug-ins and extensions.

Documentation

README contains information about this package, how to install it and how to compile it.

License

GNU General Public License version 3.

Download

Version Revision Date Binary (tar.gz) BASE Version*
1.8 4335 February 2, 2017 base-examples-1.8.tar.gz (3.2MB) 3.10 changelog
1.7 3076 January 15, 2015 base-examples-1.7.tar.gz (3.0MB) 3.4 changelog
1.6 2469 June 4, 2014 base-examples-1.6.tar.gz (3.3MB) 3.3 changelog
1.5 1717 September 13, 2012 base-examples-1.5.tar.gz (3.3MB) 3.2 changelog
1.4 1575 March 19, 2012 base-examples-1.4.tar.gz (2.7MB) 3.1 changelog
1.3 1434 November 2, 2011 base-examples-1.3.tar.gz (2.7MB) 3.0 changelog
1.2 1151 August 31, 2009 extension-examples-1.2.tar.gz (2.2MB) 2.13 changelog
1.1 1095 May 28, 2009 extension-examples-1.1.tar.gz (2.1MB) 2.12 changelog
1.0 693 May 13, 2008 extension-examples-1.0.tar.gz (19kB) 2.7 changelog

* In general, each release works with the specified and later BASE versions, except that releases for BASE 2 do not work with BASE 3.

Source code is included in the downloads, but can also retrieved from the subversion repository. Use the following command to get source code for the 1.8 version:

svn co http://baseplugins.thep.lu.se/svn/extensions/net.sf.basedb.examples/tags/1.8 examples-1.8

The latest development (maybe unstable; do not use on a production server) revision can be checked out from the repository using the following command:

svn co http://baseplugins.thep.lu.se/svn/extensions/net.sf.basedb.examples/trunk examples-devel

Contribute

After making modifications to the source code, compose a clear and concise log message to describe those changes and the reasons for them. Then, send an email to the developers list containing your log message and the output of svn diff (from the top of your subversion working copy). If the community members consider your changes acceptable, someone who has commit privileges will add your changes to the public source code tree. Recall that permission to directly commit changes to the repository is granted on merit - if you demonstrate comprehension of subversion, programming competency, and a team spirit, you will likely be awarded that permission.

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