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Bug #5642

Kepler should have access to the ShowTypes attribute

Added by Christopher Brooks almost 10 years ago. Updated over 9 years ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
Category:
actors
Target version:
Start date:
07/20/2012
Due date:
% Done:

0%

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Bugzilla-Id:
5642

Description

Edward added a ShowTypes attribute, that when dragged in to a model, annotates
the ports with the types.

In vergil, go to the left hand actor pane and do Utilities -> Analysis -> ShowTypes

In Kepler, Tools -> Instantiate Attribute
ptolemy.vergil.actor.lib.ShowTypes

Unfortunately, a green box without a name shows up, there is another bug for this:
bug #4903

ShowTypesInKepler.png (7.56 KB) ShowTypesInKepler.png Christopher Brooks, 09/17/2012 01:01 PM
ShowTypesInVergil.png (7.13 KB) ShowTypesInVergil.png Christopher Brooks, 09/17/2012 01:02 PM

Related issues

Blocks Kepler - Bug #4903: Text in attributes not rendered properlyResolved03/24/2010

History

#1 Updated by Daniel Crawl almost 10 years ago

There are many Ptolemy components not in the Kepler library; see bug #5589. It would be good to know which ones are appropriate for Kepler so they can all be added at once.

#2 Updated by Daniel Crawl almost 10 years ago

ShowTypes has been added to the actor library.

As with instantiating manually, dropping it on the canvas results in a green box without a name.

#3 Updated by Sean Riddle almost 10 years ago

I'm tentatively closing this bug. If people feel strongly that the default behavior of this actor should be that the label is visible, then I can reopen the bug and change it accordingly.

#4 Updated by Christopher Brooks almost 10 years ago

I reopening this, the bug is that the ShowTypes attribute is not labeled
when it is dragged in the canvas inside Kepler.

In Kepler instantiating the ShowTypes attribute with
Tools -> Instantiate Attribute
ptolemy.vergil.actor.lib.ShowTypes

also results in an icon with a wrench that has no name.

However, in vergil when I drag the ShowTypes icon it, it says Show Types.

This illustrates a generic bug that occurs with attributes in Kepler.

To close this bug, in Kepler the ShowTypes attribute should have its name
visible.

#7 Updated by Sean Riddle over 9 years ago

Fixed in commit r30795. The original cyan-colored Ptolemy icon should be visible when the actor is drag-instantiated from the library.

#8 Updated by Redmine Admin over 9 years ago

Original Bugzilla ID was 5642

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