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Timestamp:
Feb 20, 2010, 6:31:10 PM (12 years ago)
Author:
Arno Wacker
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PluginHowTo:

  • Adapted title page with even larger title, move authors more down, added P. Vacek to the author list and increased version to 0.5
  • Updated part 1 (Developer Guidelines) with information from wiki about committing an building setup
  • Included list of figures
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  • trunk/Documentation/Developer/PluginHowTo/HowToDeveloper.tex

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    1414\usepackage{eso-pic}
    1515\usepackage{listings}
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    116118\title{Plugin Developer Manual}
    117119\subtitle{How to build your own plugins for CrypTool 2.0}
    118 \author{S.\ Przybylski, A.\ Wacker, M.\ Wander and F.\ Enkler}
    119 \email{\{przybylski$|$wacker$|$wander$|$enkler\}@cryptool.org}
    120 \version{0.1}
     120\author{S.\ Przybylski, A.\ Wacker, M.\ Wander, F.\ Enkler and P.\ Vacek}
     121\email{\{przybylski$|$wacker$|$wander$|$enkler$|$vacek\}@cryptool.org}
     122\version{0.5}
    121123\date{\today}
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    162164        \begin{abstract}
    163165     CrypTool 2 is the modern successor of the well-known e-learning platform for cryptography and cryptanalysis \htmladdnormallink{CrypTool 1}{http://www.cryptool.org}, which is used world-wide for educational purposes at school and universities and in companies and agencies.
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    165167     Since the first launch of CrypTool 1 in 1999 the art of software development has changed dramatically. The CrypTool 2 team began working in 2008 to develop a completely new e-learning application, embracing the newest trends in both didactics and software architecture to delight the end-user with an entirely new experience.
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    167169     CrypTool 2 is built using
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    182184        \tableofcontents
     185    \listoffigures
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