Changeset 3549


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Timestamp:
Jul 6, 2011, 1:13:37 PM (10 years ago)
Author:
Matthäus Wander
Message:

renamed ProjectSamples directory to Templates

You may want to delete CrypBuild directory plus you might need to delete your CrypWin.config

Location:
trunk
Files:
1 deleted
9 edited
230 copied

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  • trunk

  • trunk/CrypPluginBase/IO/DirectoryHelper.cs

    r2529 r3549  
    2828        private const string crypPlugins = "CrypPlugins";
    2929        private const string tempFiles = "Temp";
    30         private const string samples = "ProjectSamples";
     30        private const string samples = "Templates";
    3131
    3232        public static string DirectoryCrypPlugins
  • trunk/CrypPlugins/PKCS1

    • Property svn:mergeinfo changed (with no actual effect on merging)
  • trunk/CrypPlugins/Scytale

    • Property svn:mergeinfo changed (with no actual effect on merging)
  • trunk/CrypStartup/CrypStartup.csproj

    r3531 r3549  
    171171    <PreBuildEvent>xcopy  /Y "..\..\AppReferences" "$(TargetDir)AppReferences\"
    172172xcopy  /S /Y "..\..\AppSpecialReferences" "$(TargetDir)"
    173 xcopy  /E /Y "..\..\ProjectSamples" "$(TargetDir)ProjectSamples\"
     173xcopy  /E /Y "..\..\Templates" "$(TargetDir)Templates\"
    174174</PreBuildEvent>
    175175  </PropertyGroup>
  • trunk/DevTestMethods/KeySearcherTests/OpenCLTest.cs

    r3139 r3549  
    5555        private WorkspaceModel LoadAndInitKeySearcher(ref KeySearcher.KeySearcher keysearcher)
    5656        {
    57             var file = "..\\..\\..\\ProjectSamples\\WorkspaceManagerSamples\\AES_Analyzer_Entropy.cwm";
     57            var file = "..\\..\\..\\Templates\\Cryptanalysis\\Modern\\Symmetric\\AES_Analyzer_Entropy.cwm";
    5858            file = Path.Combine(Directory.GetCurrentDirectory(), file);
    5959           
  • trunk/Documentation/PluginHowTo/part2.tex

    r3027 r3549  
    527527\label{DrawingTheWorkfloweOfYourPlugin}
    528528
    529 Each plugin should have an associated workflow file to show the algorithm in action in CrypTool 2. These workflow files are saved with the special \textit{.cte} file extension. You can view the example files from other plugins by opening any of the files in the \texttt{ProjectSamples\textbackslash} folder with CrypTool 2. Below is a sample workflow for our Caesar example:
     529Each plugin should have an associated workflow file to show the algorithm in action in CrypTool 2. These workflow files are saved with the special \textit{.cte} file extension. You can view the example files from other plugins by opening any of the files in the \texttt{Templates\textbackslash} folder with CrypTool 2. Below is a sample workflow for our Caesar example:
    530530
    531531\begin{figure}[h]
     
    536536\end{figure}
    537537
    538 As your last step of development, once your plugin runs smoothly, you should also create one of these sample workflow files for your plugin. Such a file can be automatically created by simply saving a CrypTool 2 workspace project featuring your plugin. You should store the workflow file in the \texttt{ProjectSamples\textbackslash} folder and make sure to commit the file to the SVN repository (see Section \ref{CommitingYourChanges}).
     538As your last step of development, once your plugin runs smoothly, you should also create one of these sample workflow files for your plugin. Such a file can be automatically created by simply saving a CrypTool 2 workspace project featuring your plugin. You should store the workflow file in the \texttt{Templates\textbackslash} folder and make sure to commit the file to the SVN repository (see Section \ref{CommitingYourChanges}).
  • trunk/OnlineDocumentationGenerator/DocGenerator.cs

    r3430 r3549  
    1818    public class DocGenerator
    1919    {
    20         public static string TemplateDirectory = "ProjectSamples";
     20        public static string TemplateDirectory = "Templates";
    2121        public static Dictionary<string, List<string>> RelevantComponentToTemplatesMap = new Dictionary<string, List<string>>();
    2222       
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