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Subject: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 21 May 2024 00:35:00
Message: <web.664c238a5798bc86726a70c280c9ecbb@news.povray.org>
Hi, i'm adding new features to the vscode extension like preview of colors in
the pov file and color editor, preview of images, and preview of color_maps and
editor, you can download the last changes from github:
https://github.com/jfgartol/vscode-povray2


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From: Ilya Razmanov
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 21 May 2024 04:42:16
Message: <664c5e68@news.povray.org>
On 21.05.2024 7:31, Paco Garc�a wrote:
> Hi, i'm adding new features to the vscode extension like preview of colors in
> the pov file and color editor, preview of images, and preview of color_maps and
> editor, you can download the last changes from github:
> https://github.com/jfgartol/vscode-povray2

Ok, this is a fork of Virtual Whirlwind which I use, and extending it is 
good idea (especially taking into account that I'm just about to bring 
some order into my own programs for creating POV files).

The question is - how do I safely install it under VSCode, considering 
the fact that you have no releases at Github, and nothing present at 
vscode store? Please take into account that I manually edit vscode 
config only when I absolutely definitely surely have no other way to fix 
something :-)

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Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 23 May 2024 00:55:00
Message: <web.664ecb1cf609efca726a70c280c9ecbb@news.povray.org>
Ilya Razmanov <ily### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> On 21.05.2024 7:31, Paco Garc�a wrote:
> > Hi, i'm adding new features to the vscode extension like preview of colors in
> > the pov file and color editor, preview of images, and preview of color_maps and
> > editor, you can download the last changes from github:
> > https://github.com/jfgartol/vscode-povray2
>
> Ok, this is a fork of Virtual Whirlwind which I use, and extending it is
> good idea (especially taking into account that I'm just about to bring
> some order into my own programs for creating POV files).
>
> The question is - how do I safely install it under VSCode, considering
> the fact that you have no releases at Github, and nothing present at
> vscode store? Please take into account that I manually edit vscode
> config only when I absolutely definitely surely have no other way to fix
> something :-)
>
> --
> Ilyich the Toad
> https://dnyarri.github.io/

Indeed, it is a new branch to which I am adding tools that are useful to me when
editing my pov files. As it takes a while to add them to the main branch and
publish it in the extensions marketplace, I will make them available for
download on my website shortly so that I can get feedback from users and detect
errors.


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From: Ilya Razmanov
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 23 May 2024 11:32:25
Message: <664f6189$1@news.povray.org>
On 23.05.2024 7:50, Paco Garc�a wrote:

> Indeed, it is a new branch to which I am adding tools that are useful to me when
> editing my pov files. As it takes a while to add them to the main branch and
> publish it in the extensions marketplace, I will make them available for
> download on my website shortly so that I can get feedback from users and detect
> errors.

As long as I understand, there is even a Github "job" for building 
*.vsix for releases. In theory, all this can be done by users but I'm 
too old to learn new tricks, and would much prefer having this extension 
in "point and double click" form. I can stand downloading it from Github 
instead of vscode store while it's in development stage, but I 
definitely want it as .vsix rather than whole Git branch "ok and there 
do I put it now?" form.

So yes, I'm a VSCode user, and I've just decided to turn some of my 
Python POV-generators into something elegant rather than "one more 
program for each idea" junk yard, so, if you provide your extension as 
.vsix, I will definitely give it a try.

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From: yesbird
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 29 May 2024 13:14:00
Message: <66576258$1@news.povray.org>
On 21/05/2024 07:31, Paco Garc�a wrote:
> Hi, i'm adding new features to the vscode extension like preview of colors in
> the pov file and color editor, preview of images, and preview of color_maps and
> editor, you can download the last changes from github:
> https://github.com/jfgartol/vscode-povray2

Hi, Paco !

Thanks for sharing this extension, I would like to use as I need
to edit colormaps in my DICOM/df3 viewer
(https://povlab.online/?scene=dicom.pov), but unfortunately can' not
install ше from github, getting error after running:

vsce package --no-yarn

'tsc' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

Is there any way to install this extension from prebuilt 'vsix' file or
from inside of vscode ? Now I see only version v2.1.1 there.

All the best.
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YB.


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From: yesbird
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 29 May 2024 13:22:57
Message: <66576471$1@news.povray.org>
On 29/05/2024 20:13, yesbird wrote:
> Is there any way to install this extension from prebuilt 'vsix' file or
> from inside of vscode ? Now I see only version v2.1.1 there.

And tell me please how to start colormap editor ?
Thanks in advance,
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Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 30 May 2024 17:00:00
Message: <web.6658e7c2f609efca726a70c280c9ecbb@news.povray.org>
Hi, you can download the last version from this link:
https://www.arakne.es/en/visual-studio-code-extension-for-povray/
This new version adds a tool for converting strings with non ASCII characters to
 UTF8


Ilya Razmanov <ily### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> On 23.05.2024 7:50, Paco Garc�a wrote:
>
> > Indeed, it is a new branch to which I am adding tools that are useful to me when
> > editing my pov files. As it takes a while to add them to the main branch and
> > publish it in the extensions marketplace, I will make them available for
> > download on my website shortly so that I can get feedback from users and detect
> > errors.
>
> As long as I understand, there is even a Github "job" for building
> *.vsix for releases. In theory, all this can be done by users but I'm
> too old to learn new tricks, and would much prefer having this extension
> in "point and double click" form. I can stand downloading it from Github
> instead of vscode store while it's in development stage, but I
> definitely want it as .vsix rather than whole Git branch "ok and there
> do I put it now?" form.
>
> So yes, I'm a VSCode user, and I've just decided to turn some of my
> Python POV-generators into something elegant rather than "one more
> program for each idea" junk yard, so, if you provide your extension as
> .vsix, I will definitely give it a try.
>
> --
> Ilyich the Toad
> https://dnyarri.github.io/


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From: Ilya Razmanov
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 30 May 2024 23:13:09
Message: <66594045$1@news.povray.org>
On 30.05.2024 23:55, Paco Garc�a wrote:
> Hi, you can download the last version from this link:
> https://www.arakne.es/en/visual-studio-code-extension-for-povray/

Actually I can't - timeout somewhere after
ams-ix-1.airenetworks.es [80.249.211.91]
right after 10.50.109.190

Why don't you just make a release in your github repo and place vsix 
file there? Github can stand even my programs (as all Python programs in 
general, and ones having GUI in particular, they produce pretty big 
exe), I'm sure it can keep your releases forever.

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Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 1 Jun 2024 05:40:00
Message: <web.665aec55f609efca726a70c280c9ecbb@news.povray.org>
Ilya Razmanov <ily### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> On 30.05.2024 23:55, Paco Garc�a wrote:
> > Hi, you can download the last version from this link:
> > https://www.arakne.es/en/visual-studio-code-extension-for-povray/
>
> Actually I can't - timeout somewhere after
> ams-ix-1.airenetworks.es [80.249.211.91]
> right after 10.50.109.190
>
> Why don't you just make a release in your github repo and place vsix
> file there? Github can stand even my programs (as all Python programs in
> general, and ones having GUI in particular, they produce pretty big
> exe), I'm sure it can keep your releases forever.
>
> --
> Ilyich the Toad
> https://dnyarri.github.io/

Hi Ilya, you can download the vsix for testing from the github repository


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From: Ilya Razmanov
Subject: Re: Visual Studio Code Extension for pov-ray
Date: 16 Jun 2024 01:24:49
Message: <666e7721$1@news.povray.org>
On 29.05.2024 20:22, yesbird wrote:
> And tell me please how to start colormap editor ?

It seems like on mouseover over colour_map preview pops up, having 
"Edit" in there. Also there is "Color Mixer" icon close to "Render" one 
in right top area (at least for me it's right), but it seems to start 
insertion rather than editing.

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https://dnyarri.github.io/


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