PythonSlideShow

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     1.4  {{{
     1.5 -This ReadMe is for a Python HTML5 Slideshow.
     1.6 -
     1.7 -The code parses wiki markup and directory hierarchies to produce a slideshow, like that ones at http://slides.html5rocks.com, for navigation, and at http://smoothgallery.jondesign.net/showcase/gallery-set/ for timed transition. It ought not to matter that the document is HTML4.01).
     1.8 +This ReadMe is for Python-based combined-output documentation tool. Python code parses wiki text to the listed multi-formatted output, in one file:
     1.9 +- text                        --search the web for ready libs that do wiki text->plaintext
    1.10 +- HTML4 basic content         --This wiki does wiki text->HTML4
    1.11 +- HTML5 basic content         --search the web for ready libs that do wiki text->HTML5
    1.12 +                              ?? http://hg.moinmo.in/moin/2.0-dev 
    1.13 +- HTML5 simplified slideshow  --combine and simplify, moinmoin's own with s5 and html5rocks to run a timed slideshow with inline SVG, audio and video
    1.14  
    1.15 -Use cases: Family album, Business analysis portfolio, File system navigation, Blender presentation
    1.16 +The standalone documentation file's HTML4 basic content is the fallback format. Javascript determines and offers available formats for the client. A 'try' function in Javascript allows graceful fallback error messages.
    1.17  
    1.18 -Current activity
    1.19 -	Python: Map files below "./", generating slide content from file and directory meta-information and then from wiki text file content. Put the result in a HTML 5 slideshow template.
    1.20 +The code parses wiki markup and directory hierarchies:
    1.21 +  produce a documentation or a slideshow with notes, ease and speed up file system navigation,
    1.22 +
    1.23 +Do timed transition later. 
    1.24 +
    1.25 +It supplements Google-Chrome's view of a single directory listing to become a slideshow that details text content, metadata and, if applicable, header and/or mime info.
    1.26  
    1.27 -Next
    1.28 -   Python: Read wiki text files and parse their content into one or more slides subordinate to the meta-information slide.
    1.29 +   References:
    1.30 +http://code.google.com/
    1.31 +view-source:file:/// (in google-chrome)
    1.32 +http://slides.html5rocks.com 
    1.33 +http://smoothgallery.jondesign.net/showcase/gallery-set/
    1.34 +http://docs.python.org/py3k/library/html.parser.html#module-html.parser
    1.35  
    1.36 -   Javascript: Implement the current transition model but in the vertical, not the horizontal.
    1.37 -   Javascript: Edit Spacebar, right cursor action (go to next-sibling file or directory slide)
    1.38 -   Javascript: Edit left cursor action (go to previous-sibling file or directory slide)  
    1.39 -   Javascript: Add up cursor key action (go to parent directory or ../first-child slide).
    1.40 -   Javascript: Add down cursor key action (go to ./first-child-directory slide).
    1.41 -   Javascript: Add Home key action (go to ./first-sibling slide||./root-level-ancestor slide||root slide).
    1.42 -   Javascript: Add Home key action (go to ./last-sibling).
    1.43 +   Use cases:
    1.44 +File system navigation, Employment, CV, Family album, Business analysis, Blender presentation
    1.45 +
    1.46 +   Tasks
    1.47 +
    1.48 +Simplify Javascript and presentation code. Remove eye-candy, focus on navigability.
    1.49 +Python: Read wiki text files and parse their content into one or more slides subordinate to the meta-information slide.
    1.50 +Python: Map files below "./", put the result in a HTML 5 slideshow template.
    1.51 +CSS/Javascript: Implement the current transition model but in the vertical, not the horizontal.
    1.52 +Python: Generate slide content from file and directory meta-information and then from wiki text file content.
    1.53  }}}