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authorGuillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>2010-02-04 18:07:05 +0100
committerGuillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>2010-02-04 18:07:05 +0100
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-rw-r--r--.gitmodules78
m---------3d0
-rw-r--r--AUTHORS51
-rw-r--r--CMakeLists.txt27
-rw-r--r--COPYING340
m---------addhelper0
m---------animationaddon0
m---------bench0
m---------bicubic0
m---------crashhandler0
m---------cubeaddon0
m---------extrawm0
m---------fadedesktop0
m---------firepaint0
m---------gears0
m---------grid0
m---------group0
m---------loginout0
m---------maximumize0
m---------mblur0
m---------notification0
m---------reflex0
m---------scalefilter0
m---------shelf0
m---------showdesktop0
m---------showmouse0
m---------splash0
m---------trailfocus0
m---------wallpaper0
m---------widget0
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diff --git a/.gitmodules b/.gitmodules
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index 0000000..5d9e8d4
--- /dev/null
+++ b/.gitmodules
@@ -0,0 +1,78 @@
+[submodule "3d"]
+ path = 3d
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/3d
+[submodule "addhelper"]
+ path = addhelper
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/addhelper
+[submodule "animationaddon"]
+ path = animationaddon
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/animationaddon
+[submodule "bench"]
+ path = bench
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/bench
+[submodule "bicubic"]
+ path = bicubic
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/bicubic
+[submodule "crashhandler"]
+ path = crashhandler
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/crashhandler
+[submodule "cubeaddon"]
+ path = cubeaddon
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/cubeaddon
+[submodule "extrawm"]
+ path = extrawm
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/extrawm
+[submodule "fadedesktop"]
+ path = fadedesktop
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/fadedesktop
+[submodule "firepaint"]
+ path = firepaint
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/firepaint
+[submodule "gears"]
+ path = gears
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/gears
+[submodule "grid"]
+ path = grid
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/grid
+[submodule "group"]
+ path = group
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/group
+[submodule "loginout"]
+ path = loginout
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/loginout
+[submodule "maximumize"]
+ path = maximumize
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/maximumize
+[submodule "mblur"]
+ path = mblur
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/mblur
+[submodule "notification"]
+ path = notification
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/notification
+[submodule "reflex"]
+ path = reflex
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/reflex
+[submodule "scalefilter"]
+ path = scalefilter
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/scalefilter
+[submodule "shelf"]
+ path = shelf
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/shelf
+[submodule "showdesktop"]
+ path = showdesktop
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/showdesktop
+[submodule "showmouse"]
+ path = showmouse
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/showmouse
+[submodule "splash"]
+ path = splash
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/splash
+[submodule "trailfocus"]
+ path = trailfocus
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/trailfocus
+[submodule "wallpaper"]
+ path = wallpaper
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/wallpaper
+[submodule "widget"]
+ path = widget
+ url = git://git.compiz.org/compiz/plugins/widget
diff --git a/3d b/3d
new file mode 160000
+Subproject 774dbaf6299702e937ea26b5a10e2ec91ea3434
diff --git a/AUTHORS b/AUTHORS
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..4a6ec7a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/AUTHORS
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+Lead Developers:
+--------------------------------------------
+ Danny Baumann <dannybaumann@web.de>
+ David Reveman <davidr@novell.com>
+ Dennis Kasprzyk <onestone@opencompositing.org>
+ Erkin Bahceci <erkinbah@gmail.com>
+ Guillaume Seguin - iXce <guillaume@segu.in>
+ Kristian Lyngstøl <kristian@bohemians.org>
+
+Contributors:
+--------------------------------------------
+ Andrew Wedderburn(artwork) <andrew.wedderburn@gmail.com>
+ Treviño - 3v1n0 <trevi55@gmail.com>
+ Travis Watkins <amaranth@ubuntu.com>
+ Roland Baer
+ Robert Carr
+ Quinnstorm <livinglatexkali@gmail.com>
+ Roi Cohen <roico.beryl@gmail.com>
+ Andrew Riedi <andrewriedi@gmail.com>
+ Darryll Truchan - moppsy <moppsy@comcast.net>
+
+Translators:
+--------------------------------------------
+ de Patrick Niklaus <patrick.niklaus@googlemail.com>, Danny Baumann <dannybaumann@web.de>, Nick Bauermeister <Forlong@gmx.de>, Thorsten Sperber <trex2003@gmx.de>, Markus Latarius <markus.latarius@gmail.com>, Johannes Engel <j-engel@gmx.de>
+ el Δημήτρης (djdoo) <jimdusis@yahoo.gr>, Βασίλης (Aneurysm) <bill_rapman@yahoo.com>, Κώστας (diafanos) <kostasagn@hotmail.com>, Thodo Mitch (Teddy) <thodo_mitch@hotmail.com>, Dimman Ramone (dimmanramone) <ramone@online.ie>
+ fr iXce - Guillaume Seguin <guillaume@segu.in>, Sylvain Debray (syldeb35) <sylvain.debray@wanadoo.fr>, xsnake - Carl Garand <carlgarand@hotmail.com>
+ gu Ankit Patel <ankit@redhat.com>
+ it Marco Trevisan (Treviño) <trevi55@gmail.com>, Fabio Fiorentini (Ahren / FaBBio) <fabio.fiorentini@gmail.com>, Andrea De Iacovo (Firstbit)<andrea.de.iacovo@gmail.com>, Emiliano Perulli <emiliano.perulli@alice.it>
+ pl Karol Sikora (elektrrrus) <elektrrrus at gmail dot com>, Adam Kremienowski (kremien) <akremien at gmail dot com>, Jakub Chromiak (silverado)<silvervoxer@gmail.com>, Mariusz Fik (fisiu) <fisiu82@gmail.com>
+ pt Nicolau Goncalves (Excentrik) <excentriko@gmail.com>
+ sv Daniel Nylander <po@danielnylander.se>, Erik Eloff (Loffe) <erik@eloff.se>
+ zh Thruth Wang <gubotruth@gmail.com>
+
+Note:
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+If you have contributed something significant to compiz-plugins
+and your name is missing here, please email the lead developers
+with your Full name, email address, country and a brief
+reminder of what you have done.
+
+Format :
+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
+In order to parse AUTHORS files some rules must be followed :
+
+1 - Each first chapter line must end by ':'
+The recognized chapter names are :
+"Developer:", "Developers:", "Contributors:", Note:", "Website:", "Documenters:"
+and "Translators:".
+
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+This keyword must be followed by a space.
diff --git a/CMakeLists.txt b/CMakeLists.txt
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..55a73c9
--- /dev/null
+++ b/CMakeLists.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,27 @@
+project (compiz-plugins-extra)
+
+cmake_minimum_required (VERSION 2.4)
+
+find_package (Compiz REQUIRED)
+
+include (CompizCommon)
+include (CompizPackage)
+
+set (COMPIZ_VERSION_MAJOR 0)
+set (COMPIZ_VERSION_MINOR 9)
+set (COMPIZ_VERSION_MICRO 0)
+set (VERSION ${COMPIZ_VERSION_MAJOR}.${COMPIZ_VERSION_MINOR}.${COMPIZ_VERSION_MICRO})
+
+set (COMPIZ_PLUGIN_INSTALL_TYPE "package")
+
+set (ALL_LINGUAS af ar bg bn bn_IN bs ca cs cy da de el en_GB en_US es eu et fi fr gl gu he hi hr hu id it ja ka km ko lo lt mk mr nb nl or pa pl pt pt_BR ro ru sk sl sr sv ta tr uk vi xh zh_CN zh_TW zu)
+set (GETTEXT_PACKAGE compiz-plugins-extra)
+
+compiz_add_plugins_in_folder ("${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}")
+
+compiz_print_configure_header ("Compiz Plugins Extra")
+compiz_print_plugin_stats ("${CMAKE_SOURCE_DIR}")
+compiz_print_configure_footer ()
+
+compiz_package_generation ("Compiz Plugins Extra")
+compiz_add_uninstall ()
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new file mode 100644
index 0000000..d60c31a
--- /dev/null
+++ b/COPYING
@@ -0,0 +1,340 @@
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diff --git a/addhelper b/addhelper
new file mode 160000
+Subproject ebc927a15747d54152b16ae9cf8601097de5bb3
diff --git a/animationaddon b/animationaddon
new file mode 160000
+Subproject b70c8c184986a37c103f26fd45de859d88e56ed
diff --git a/bench b/bench
new file mode 160000
+Subproject c343bc96940fa1b56d90340f4e1543cb9f38937
diff --git a/bicubic b/bicubic
new file mode 160000
+Subproject 709d6e5629242d7745b7b993efceb60f508cefe
diff --git a/crashhandler b/crashhandler
new file mode 160000
+Subproject 69ec5ff9c0ac6e57298c295677432d750d986de
diff --git a/cubeaddon b/cubeaddon
new file mode 160000
+Subproject b78c3208f36be644ec3ca434a78f0d4003ac4e9
diff --git a/extrawm b/extrawm
new file mode 160000
+Subproject 3bdd7192c4212413486278abf317791135d4ed9
diff --git a/fadedesktop b/fadedesktop
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