Changes between Version 1 and Version 9 of Ticket #16003


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04/07/14 01:14:02 (7 years ago)
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  • Ticket #16003

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  • Ticket #16003 – Description

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    11Update Jmol to Jmol-14.0.11 which supplies the JSmol pure javascript version of Jmol.  Utilizing this requires significant changes to how the notebook utilizes Jmol/JSmol.  The notebook changes are in ticket [http://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/16004 16004].
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    3 In addition to the updates to the new-style SPKG, the tar.gz from Jmol needs to be renamed before it matches the Sage standards.  The Jmol project distributes a large number of different archives.  The appropriate one for this SPKG is the Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz, which needs to be renamed to Jmol-14.0.11.tar.gz.  The Jmol archive can be downloaded using this direct link [http://sourceforge.net/projects/jmol/files/Jmol/Version%2014.0/Version%2014.0.11/Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz/download Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz].  Rename and place in "upstream" directory.
     3In addition to the updates to the new-style SPKG, the tar.gz from Jmol needs to be renamed before it matches the Sage standards.  The Jmol project distributes a large number of different archives.  The appropriate one for this SPKG is the Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz, which needs to be renamed to jmol-14.0.11.tar.gz (note the lower case "j").  The Jmol archive can be downloaded using this direct link [http://sourceforge.net/projects/jmol/files/Jmol/Version%2014.0/Version%2014.0.11/Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz/download Jmol-14.0.11-binary.tar.gz].  Rename and place in "upstream" directory.
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    55This will break the current Jmol in the notebook as a serious reorganization of supporting files was required to support both java and javascript live 3-D.