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App ClockWorkMod Script Generator

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Do you find that create scripts for clockworkmod is too complicated

Don't want to learn the script commands

This app is made for you

It's a script generator for Clockworkmod (version 3 or higher)

Just enter some infos with a graphical menu and the app will generate the script for you :)

App is under construction. I would appreciate any feedback about suggestions / ideas / bugs.

You need the package xdialog

Ubuntu users install it with the command : sudo apt-get install xdialog

Fedora users install it with the command : sudo yum install xdialog

Arch linux users install it with the command : sudo pacman -S xdialog

Application completely rewritten in zenity. Zenity is standard in all distributions ; so the app should run as it.

Go to my download page

http://ftpb.free.fr/downloads/photom.php

and download the file clockworkmod_script_generator_v0.8.tar.bz2

Uncompress the tar file somewhere.

Go in the created directory by typing cd generator

Launch the app by typing ./generator.sh

Some pics :

cwmgen1.jpgcwmgen2.jpg

Linux version

A windows version will follow.

Edited by Phoenix Silver
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Changelogs :

Version 0.8

- Application rewritten completely in zenity.

- Better design.

- Easier portability.

Version 0.7

- Menu 7 and 8 under construction.

Edited by Phoenix Silver
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Well done! :D

+1 from me ;) kiss

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Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

Package xdialog is not available, but is referred to by another package.

This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or

is only available from another source

E: Package xdialog has no installation candidate

sami@sami-laptop:~$

Whats wrong?

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Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

Package xdialog is not available, but is referred to by another package.

This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or

is only available from another source

E: Package xdialog has no installation candidate

sami@sami-laptop:~$

Whats wrong?

Which distro do you use ?

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looks cool (makes a nice change to get the linux version first too!)

what about a "flash files" option, which seems to be what most of us make updater-scripts for, to overwrite shared object libraries or binaries (like for fixing wifi/libaudio etc.)

you could ask for a list of files and their destination/permissions. although writing the code to do that in your app is probably harder than the 2-3 lines edify script lol.

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Which distro do you use ?

Ubuntu 10.04

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Ubuntu 10.04

Xdialog is old and obsolete and no longer in Ubuntu. Ideally the script should be remade to use Zenity which is fully supported by all Linux distributions, Windows and Mac :)

Nice script though Phoenix. Just one suggestion.. does it need to be a GUI? A console scripts like dsixda rom kitchen are very easy to use and cross-platform, and probably a lot easier to develop. :)

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Xdialog is old and obsolete and no longer in Ubuntu. Ideally the script should be remade to use Zenity which is fully supported by all Linux distributions, Windows and Mac :)

Nice script though Phoenix. Just one suggestion.. does it need to be a GUI? A console scripts like dsixda rom kitchen are very easy to use and cross-platform, and probably a lot easier to develop. :)

What should I do to get it running on ubuntu then.

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Xdialog is old and obsolete and no longer in Ubuntu. Ideally the script should be remade to use Zenity which is fully supported by all Linux distributions, Windows and Mac :)

Nice script though Phoenix. Just one suggestion.. does it need to be a GUI? A console scripts like dsixda rom kitchen are very easy to use and cross-platform, and probably a lot easier to develop. :)

Excellent suggestion for Zenity

No don't need to be in a gui. It's the same code btw (just a line to change in the script)

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Great stuff! I´m waiting for Win version wink.gif

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Great work! Thanks!

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I'm rewriting the script in zenity so it will be easier to adapt for windows :)

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So tell me something....

It is seem to be ok, but you know better...

If i will do first menu which will show lines like:

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

and only line number 9 from a top will allow me to go deeper into rest of menus but every other line will cause reboot

(as semi/pseudo protection)

it is ok to do it ? possible ?

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So tell me something....

It is seem to be ok, but you know better...

If i will do first menu which will show lines like:

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

111111111111111111111111

111111111111111111111112

111111111111111111111113

111111111111111111111114

111111111111111111111115

111111111111111111111116

111111111111111111111117

and only line number 9 from a top will allow me to go deeper into rest of menus but every other line will cause reboot

(as semi/pseudo protection)

it is ok to do it ? possible ?

Yes it's possible no problem :)

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What should I do to get it running on ubuntu then.

New version will run in any ubuntu version.

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Hi,

First of all - Awesome Work! Well Done!

But the link is not working :(

Seconds, two questions:

1. when will the Windows version will be available (preferably CLI)?

2. when will backup / restore functions will be available?

Thanks :)

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You have revived a years old thread...

There won't probably be any update.

Edited by Sulthekk
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Shimon Elbaz is a necromancer :D

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