Kaydet (Commit) d3c3f15c authored tarafından Marina Latini's avatar Marina Latini Kaydeden (comit) jan iversen

tdf#102784 Patch 1 - Enhance removetooltip_markups.sh script with checks

This is the first part of this heasy hack. The script parses all the .ui
files checking the existence of tooltip_markup and tooltip_text
properties. If the ui file contains a tooltip_markup property and the
related tooltip_text one, it removes the tooltip_markup line and add the
deletion in a log file. If the ui file contains only a tooltip_markup
propery the script rename it via sed in tooltip_text adding the renaming
in a log file.

Change-Id: I1f027e11c7a2a91596511e2def5f4b850e14fad4
Signed-off-by: 's avatarMarina Latini <marina@studiostorti.com>
Reviewed-on: https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/31596Tested-by: 's avatarJenkins <ci@libreoffice.org>
Tested-by: 's avatarjan iversen <jani@documentfoundation.org>
Reviewed-by: 's avatarjan iversen <jani@documentfoundation.org>
üst 34132442
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# Run the script in the core directory to remove all tooltip_markup
# properties from the .ui files
SED_BIN=`which sed`
CUT_BIN=`which cut`
LOG_FILE="modified-$(date +%s).log"
LINE=$(grep -n "<property name=\"tooltip_markup\"" $1 | $CUT_BIN -f 1 -d ':')
TEXT=$(grep "<property name=\"tooltip_markup\"" $1)
grep -v "<property name=\"tooltip_markup\"" $1 > temp && mv temp $1
echo "removed $TEXT from $1 at line $LINE" >> $LOG_FILE
LINE=$(grep -n "<property name=\"tooltip_markup\"" $1 | $CUT_BIN -f 1 -d ':')
$SED_BIN "s/tooltip_markup/tooltip_text/g" $i > temp && mv temp $1
echo "renamed tooltip_markup from $1 at line $LINE" >> $LOG_FILE
TEXT=`grep "<property name=\"tooltip_text\"" $1`
MARKUP=`grep "<property name=\"tooltip_markup\"" $1`
if [[ $MARKUP ]] && [[ $TEXT ]]
removeTooltipMarkup "$1"
if [[ $MARKUP ]] && [[ ! $TEXT ]]
changeTooltipMarkup "$1"
shopt -s globstar
echo " " > $LOG_FILE
for i in **/*.ui; do
echo -n "."
removeTooltipMarkup "$i"
checkTooltipMarkup "$i"
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