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Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Brian Matherly-4
I noticed that when I  run a detailed decendant report it always prints out a little extra information about the spouse of the first person. I like that information and would like it to be printed for every person in the report. So I rolled up my sleeves and figured out how to do it. Following is a patch that adds a new user option: "Include Spouses". This option causes the extra spouse information to be printed when checked and not printed when not checked. The disadvantage here is that when unchecked, it also does not print the extra spouse information for the first person. This is the way I prefer it for consistency.
 
 Please consider this patch for inclusion in Gramps 2.0.10. I had to make it against 2.0.9 because anon CVS seems to be broken.
 
 This is my first EVER attempt at using Python. So please criticize it, reformat it, and by all means fix it if it breaks anything.
 
 Regards,
 
 ~Brian
 
 
 diff -u /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py
 --- /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py    2005-12-11 20:38:56.000000000 -0600
 +++ gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py     2006-01-17 23:21:02.000000000 -0600
 @@ -88,6 +88,7 @@
          firstName     - Whether to use first names instead of pronouns.
          fullDate      - Whether to use full dates instead of just year.
          listChildren  - Whether to list children.
 +       includeMates  - Whether to include information about spouses
          includeNotes  - Whether to include notes.
          blankPlace    - Whether to replace missing Places with ___________.
          blankDate     - Whether to replace missing Dates with ___________.
 @@ -116,6 +117,7 @@
          self.includeNames  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incnames']
          self.includeEvents = options_class.handler.options_dict['incevents']
          self.includeSources= options_class.handler.options_dict['incsources']
 +        self.includeMates  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incmates']
 
          self.gen_handles = {}
          self.prev_gen_handles= {}
 @@ -283,7 +285,7 @@
          self.write_marriage(person)
          self.doc.end_paragraph()
 
 -        if key == 1:
 +        if self.includeMates:
              self.write_mate(person)
 
          if person.get_note() != "" and self.includeNotes:
 @@ -610,6 +612,7 @@
              'incnames'      : 0,
              'incevents'     : 0,
              'incsources'    : 0,
 +            'incmates'      : 1,
          }
          self.options_help = {
              'fulldates'     : ("=0/1","Whether to use full dates instead of just year.",
 @@ -651,6 +654,9 @@
              'incsources'    : ("=0/1","Whether to include source references.",
                              ["Do not include sources","Include sources"],
                              True),
 +            'incmatess'      : ("=0/1","Whether to include detailed spouse information.",
 +                            ["Do not include spouse info","Include spouse info"],
 +                            True),
          }
 
      def enable_options(self):
 @@ -820,6 +826,10 @@
          self.include_sources_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include sources"))
          self.include_sources_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incsources'])
 
 +        # Print Spouses
 +        self.include_spouses_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include spouses"))
 +        self.include_spouses_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incmates'])
 +
          # Add new options. The first argument is the tab name for grouping options.
          # if you want to put everyting in the generic "Options" category, use
          # self.add_option(text,widget) instead of self.add_frame_option(category,text,widget)
 @@ -834,6 +844,7 @@
          dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_names_option)
          dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_events_option)
          dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_sources_option)
 +        dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_spouses_option)
          dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.place_option)
          dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.date_option)
 
 @@ -854,6 +865,7 @@
          self.options_dict['incnames'] = int(self.include_names_option.get_active())
          self.options_dict['incevents'] = int(self.include_events_option.get_active())
          self.options_dict['incsources'] = int(self.include_sources_option.get_active())
 +        self.options_dict['incmates'] = int(self.include_spouses_option.get_active())
 
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Re: Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Don Allingham
Brian,

I haven't tried this yet, but it looks good. I'll try it tonight and
commit it to CVS.

Don

Brian Matherly wrote:

> I noticed that when I  run a detailed decendant report it always prints out a little extra information about the spouse of the first person. I like that information and would like it to be printed for every person in the report. So I rolled up my sleeves and figured out how to do it. Following is a patch that adds a new user option: "Include Spouses". This option causes the extra spouse information to be printed when checked and not printed when not checked. The disadvantage here is that when unchecked, it also does not print the extra spouse information for the first person. This is the way I prefer it for consistency.
>  
>  Please consider this patch for inclusion in Gramps 2.0.10. I had to make it against 2.0.9 because anon CVS seems to be broken.
>  
>  This is my first EVER attempt at using Python. So please criticize it, reformat it, and by all means fix it if it breaks anything.
>  
>  Regards,
>  
>  ~Brian
>  
>  
>  diff -u /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py
>  --- /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py    2005-12-11 20:38:56.000000000 -0600
>  +++ gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py     2006-01-17 23:21:02.000000000 -0600
>  @@ -88,6 +88,7 @@
>           firstName     - Whether to use first names instead of pronouns.
>           fullDate      - Whether to use full dates instead of just year.
>           listChildren  - Whether to list children.
>  +       includeMates  - Whether to include information about spouses
>           includeNotes  - Whether to include notes.
>           blankPlace    - Whether to replace missing Places with ___________.
>           blankDate     - Whether to replace missing Dates with ___________.
>  @@ -116,6 +117,7 @@
>           self.includeNames  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incnames']
>           self.includeEvents = options_class.handler.options_dict['incevents']
>           self.includeSources= options_class.handler.options_dict['incsources']
>  +        self.includeMates  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incmates']
>  
>           self.gen_handles = {}
>           self.prev_gen_handles= {}
>  @@ -283,7 +285,7 @@
>           self.write_marriage(person)
>           self.doc.end_paragraph()
>  
>  -        if key == 1:
>  +        if self.includeMates:
>               self.write_mate(person)
>  
>           if person.get_note() != "" and self.includeNotes:
>  @@ -610,6 +612,7 @@
>               'incnames'      : 0,
>               'incevents'     : 0,
>               'incsources'    : 0,
>  +            'incmates'      : 1,
>           }
>           self.options_help = {
>               'fulldates'     : ("=0/1","Whether to use full dates instead of just year.",
>  @@ -651,6 +654,9 @@
>               'incsources'    : ("=0/1","Whether to include source references.",
>                               ["Do not include sources","Include sources"],
>                               True),
>  +            'incmatess'      : ("=0/1","Whether to include detailed spouse information.",
>  +                            ["Do not include spouse info","Include spouse info"],
>  +                            True),
>           }
>  
>       def enable_options(self):
>  @@ -820,6 +826,10 @@
>           self.include_sources_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include sources"))
>           self.include_sources_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incsources'])
>  
>  +        # Print Spouses
>  +        self.include_spouses_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include spouses"))
>  +        self.include_spouses_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incmates'])
>  +
>           # Add new options. The first argument is the tab name for grouping options.
>           # if you want to put everyting in the generic "Options" category, use
>           # self.add_option(text,widget) instead of self.add_frame_option(category,text,widget)
>  @@ -834,6 +844,7 @@
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_names_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_events_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_sources_option)
>  +        dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_spouses_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.place_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.date_option)
>  
>  @@ -854,6 +865,7 @@
>           self.options_dict['incnames'] = int(self.include_names_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incevents'] = int(self.include_events_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incsources'] = int(self.include_sources_option.get_active())
>  +        self.options_dict['incmates'] = int(self.include_spouses_option.get_active())
>  
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>   #
>  
>  
>
>
>
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Re: Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Alex Roitman
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Brian,

I found this patch in my mail. Seems that it is already
in the CVS. Could you please confirm, just to be sure?

Thanks,
Alex

On Tue, 2006-01-17 at 21:39 -0800, Brian Matherly wrote:

> I noticed that when I  run a detailed decendant report it always prints out a little extra information about the spouse of the first person. I like that information and would like it to be printed for every person in the report. So I rolled up my sleeves and figured out how to do it. Following is a patch that adds a new user option: "Include Spouses". This option causes the extra spouse information to be printed when checked and not printed when not checked. The disadvantage here is that when unchecked, it also does not print the extra spouse information for the first person. This is the way I prefer it for consistency.
>  
>  Please consider this patch for inclusion in Gramps 2.0.10. I had to make it against 2.0.9 because anon CVS seems to be broken.
>  
>  This is my first EVER attempt at using Python. So please criticize it, reformat it, and by all means fix it if it breaks anything.
>  
>  Regards,
>  
>  ~Brian
>  
>
>  diff -u /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py
>  --- /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py    2005-12-11 20:38:56.000000000 -0600
>  +++ gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py     2006-01-17 23:21:02.000000000 -0600
>  @@ -88,6 +88,7 @@
>           firstName     - Whether to use first names instead of pronouns.
>           fullDate      - Whether to use full dates instead of just year.
>           listChildren  - Whether to list children.
>  +       includeMates  - Whether to include information about spouses
>           includeNotes  - Whether to include notes.
>           blankPlace    - Whether to replace missing Places with ___________.
>           blankDate     - Whether to replace missing Dates with ___________.
>  @@ -116,6 +117,7 @@
>           self.includeNames  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incnames']
>           self.includeEvents = options_class.handler.options_dict['incevents']
>           self.includeSources= options_class.handler.options_dict['incsources']
>  +        self.includeMates  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incmates']
>  
>           self.gen_handles = {}
>           self.prev_gen_handles= {}
>  @@ -283,7 +285,7 @@
>           self.write_marriage(person)
>           self.doc.end_paragraph()
>  
>  -        if key == 1:
>  +        if self.includeMates:
>               self.write_mate(person)
>  
>           if person.get_note() != "" and self.includeNotes:
>  @@ -610,6 +612,7 @@
>               'incnames'      : 0,
>               'incevents'     : 0,
>               'incsources'    : 0,
>  +            'incmates'      : 1,
>           }
>           self.options_help = {
>               'fulldates'     : ("=0/1","Whether to use full dates instead of just year.",
>  @@ -651,6 +654,9 @@
>               'incsources'    : ("=0/1","Whether to include source references.",
>                               ["Do not include sources","Include sources"],
>                               True),
>  +            'incmatess'      : ("=0/1","Whether to include detailed spouse information.",
>  +                            ["Do not include spouse info","Include spouse info"],
>  +                            True),
>           }
>  
>       def enable_options(self):
>  @@ -820,6 +826,10 @@
>           self.include_sources_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include sources"))
>           self.include_sources_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incsources'])
>  
>  +        # Print Spouses
>  +        self.include_spouses_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include spouses"))
>  +        self.include_spouses_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incmates'])
>  +
>           # Add new options. The first argument is the tab name for grouping options.
>           # if you want to put everyting in the generic "Options" category, use
>           # self.add_option(text,widget) instead of self.add_frame_option(category,text,widget)
>  @@ -834,6 +844,7 @@
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_names_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_events_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_sources_option)
>  +        dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_spouses_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.place_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.date_option)
>  
>  @@ -854,6 +865,7 @@
>           self.options_dict['incnames'] = int(self.include_names_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incevents'] = int(self.include_events_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incsources'] = int(self.include_sources_option.get_active())
>  +        self.options_dict['incmates'] = int(self.include_spouses_option.get_active())
>  
>   #------------------------------------------------------------------------
>   #
--
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Re: Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Don Allingham
Alex,

I have already committed this one.

Don

On Thu, 2006-02-09 at 10:36 -0800, Alex Roitman wrote:

> Brian,
>
> I found this patch in my mail. Seems that it is already
> in the CVS. Could you please confirm, just to be sure?
>
> Thanks,
> Alex
>
> On Tue, 2006-01-17 at 21:39 -0800, Brian Matherly wrote:
> > I noticed that when I  run a detailed decendant report it always prints out a little extra information about the spouse of the first person. I like that information and would like it to be printed for every person in the report. So I rolled up my sleeves and figured out how to do it. Following is a patch that adds a new user option: "Include Spouses". This option causes the extra spouse information to be printed when checked and not printed when not checked. The disadvantage here is that when unchecked, it also does not print the extra spouse information for the first person. This is the way I prefer it for consistency.
> >  
> >  Please consider this patch for inclusion in Gramps 2.0.10. I had to make it against 2.0.9 because anon CVS seems to be broken.
> >  
> >  This is my first EVER attempt at using Python. So please criticize it, reformat it, and by all means fix it if it breaks anything.
> >  
> >  Regards,
> >  
> >  ~Brian
> >  
> >
> >  diff -u /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py
> >  --- /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py    2005-12-11 20:38:56.000000000 -0600
> >  +++ gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py     2006-01-17 23:21:02.000000000 -0600
> >  @@ -88,6 +88,7 @@
> >           firstName     - Whether to use first names instead of pronouns.
> >           fullDate      - Whether to use full dates instead of just year.
> >           listChildren  - Whether to list children.
> >  +       includeMates  - Whether to include information about spouses
> >           includeNotes  - Whether to include notes.
> >           blankPlace    - Whether to replace missing Places with ___________.
> >           blankDate     - Whether to replace missing Dates with ___________.
> >  @@ -116,6 +117,7 @@
> >           self.includeNames  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incnames']
> >           self.includeEvents = options_class.handler.options_dict['incevents']
> >           self.includeSources= options_class.handler.options_dict['incsources']
> >  +        self.includeMates  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incmates']
> >  
> >           self.gen_handles = {}
> >           self.prev_gen_handles= {}
> >  @@ -283,7 +285,7 @@
> >           self.write_marriage(person)
> >           self.doc.end_paragraph()
> >  
> >  -        if key == 1:
> >  +        if self.includeMates:
> >               self.write_mate(person)
> >  
> >           if person.get_note() != "" and self.includeNotes:
> >  @@ -610,6 +612,7 @@
> >               'incnames'      : 0,
> >               'incevents'     : 0,
> >               'incsources'    : 0,
> >  +            'incmates'      : 1,
> >           }
> >           self.options_help = {
> >               'fulldates'     : ("=0/1","Whether to use full dates instead of just year.",
> >  @@ -651,6 +654,9 @@
> >               'incsources'    : ("=0/1","Whether to include source references.",
> >                               ["Do not include sources","Include sources"],
> >                               True),
> >  +            'incmatess'      : ("=0/1","Whether to include detailed spouse information.",
> >  +                            ["Do not include spouse info","Include spouse info"],
> >  +                            True),
> >           }
> >  
> >       def enable_options(self):
> >  @@ -820,6 +826,10 @@
> >           self.include_sources_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include sources"))
> >           self.include_sources_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incsources'])
> >  
> >  +        # Print Spouses
> >  +        self.include_spouses_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include spouses"))
> >  +        self.include_spouses_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incmates'])
> >  +
> >           # Add new options. The first argument is the tab name for grouping options.
> >           # if you want to put everyting in the generic "Options" category, use
> >           # self.add_option(text,widget) instead of self.add_frame_option(category,text,widget)
> >  @@ -834,6 +844,7 @@
> >           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_names_option)
> >           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_events_option)
> >           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_sources_option)
> >  +        dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_spouses_option)
> >           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.place_option)
> >           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.date_option)
> >  
> >  @@ -854,6 +865,7 @@
> >           self.options_dict['incnames'] = int(self.include_names_option.get_active())
> >           self.options_dict['incevents'] = int(self.include_events_option.get_active())
> >           self.options_dict['incsources'] = int(self.include_sources_option.get_active())
> >  +        self.options_dict['incmates'] = int(self.include_spouses_option.get_active())
> >  
> >   #------------------------------------------------------------------------
> >   #
>
--
Don Allingham <[hidden email]>

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Re: Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Brian Matherly-2
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Alex,

You must be cleaning out your inbox.

Don applied this to the 2.0 branch 3 weeks ago. It has not been merged into HEAD.

~Brian

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To: Brian Matherly <[hidden email]>
Cc: [hidden email]
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 12:36:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Gramps-devel] Include spouse information in detailed decendant report

Brian,

I found this patch in my mail. Seems that it is already
in the CVS. Could you please confirm, just to be sure?

Thanks,
Alex

On Tue, 2006-01-17 at 21:39 -0800, Brian Matherly wrote:

> I noticed that when I  run a detailed decendant report it always prints out a little extra information about the spouse of the first person. I like that information and would like it to be printed for every person in the report. So I rolled up my sleeves and figured out how to do it. Following is a patch that adds a new user option: "Include Spouses". This option causes the extra spouse information to be printed when checked and not printed when not checked. The disadvantage here is that when unchecked, it also does not print the extra spouse information for the first person. This is the way I prefer it for consistency.
>  
>  Please consider this patch for inclusion in Gramps 2.0.10. I had to make it against 2.0.9 because anon CVS seems to be broken.
>  
>  This is my first EVER attempt at using Python. So please criticize it, reformat it, and by all means fix it if it breaks anything.
>  
>  Regards,
>  
>  ~Brian
>  
>
>  diff -u /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py
>  --- /usr/share/gramps/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py    2005-12-11 20:38:56.000000000 -0600
>  +++ gramps20/plugins/DetDescendantReport.py     2006-01-17 23:21:02.000000000 -0600
>  @@ -88,6 +88,7 @@
>           firstName     - Whether to use first names instead of pronouns.
>           fullDate      - Whether to use full dates instead of just year.
>           listChildren  - Whether to list children.
>  +       includeMates  - Whether to include information about spouses
>           includeNotes  - Whether to include notes.
>           blankPlace    - Whether to replace missing Places with ___________.
>           blankDate     - Whether to replace missing Dates with ___________.
>  @@ -116,6 +117,7 @@
>           self.includeNames  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incnames']
>           self.includeEvents = options_class.handler.options_dict['incevents']
>           self.includeSources= options_class.handler.options_dict['incsources']
>  +        self.includeMates  = options_class.handler.options_dict['incmates']
>  
>           self.gen_handles = {}
>           self.prev_gen_handles= {}
>  @@ -283,7 +285,7 @@
>           self.write_marriage(person)
>           self.doc.end_paragraph()
>  
>  -        if key == 1:
>  +        if self.includeMates:
>               self.write_mate(person)
>  
>           if person.get_note() != "" and self.includeNotes:
>  @@ -610,6 +612,7 @@
>               'incnames'      : 0,
>               'incevents'     : 0,
>               'incsources'    : 0,
>  +            'incmates'      : 1,
>           }
>           self.options_help = {
>               'fulldates'     : ("=0/1","Whether to use full dates instead of just year.",
>  @@ -651,6 +654,9 @@
>               'incsources'    : ("=0/1","Whether to include source references.",
>                               ["Do not include sources","Include sources"],
>                               True),
>  +            'incmatess'      : ("=0/1","Whether to include detailed spouse information.",
>  +                            ["Do not include spouse info","Include spouse info"],
>  +                            True),
>           }
>  
>       def enable_options(self):
>  @@ -820,6 +826,10 @@
>           self.include_sources_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include sources"))
>           self.include_sources_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incsources'])
>  
>  +        # Print Spouses
>  +        self.include_spouses_option = gtk.CheckButton(_("Include spouses"))
>  +        self.include_spouses_option.set_active(self.options_dict['incmates'])
>  +
>           # Add new options. The first argument is the tab name for grouping options.
>           # if you want to put everyting in the generic "Options" category, use
>           # self.add_option(text,widget) instead of self.add_frame_option(category,text,widget)
>  @@ -834,6 +844,7 @@
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_names_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_events_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_sources_option)
>  +        dialog.add_frame_option(_('Include'),'',self.include_spouses_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.place_option)
>           dialog.add_frame_option(_('Missing information'),'',self.date_option)
>  
>  @@ -854,6 +865,7 @@
>           self.options_dict['incnames'] = int(self.include_names_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incevents'] = int(self.include_events_option.get_active())
>           self.options_dict['incsources'] = int(self.include_sources_option.get_active())
>  +        self.options_dict['incmates'] = int(self.include_spouses_option.get_active())
>  
>   #------------------------------------------------------------------------
>   #

--
Alexander Roitman   http://www.gramps-project.org





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