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//
// C++ Interface: BasePlugin
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// Description:
//
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// Author: Jan Moebius <jan_moebius@web.de>, (C) 2007
//

#ifndef TOOLBOXINTERFACE_HH
#define TOOLBOXINTERFACE_HH

 #include <QtGui>
 #include <QMenuBar>
 #include <QStringList>
 #include <OpenFlipper/common/Types.hh>

 /**
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  * \brief Plugins can add its own toolbox to the main widget's toolbox area by using this interface.
  * 
  * This Interface should be used by plugins which will provide a toolbox widget.
  * Each Plugin can create own Widgets in the Toolbox area as long as they use the returned widget as their parent.
  * ToolboxInterface::initializeToolbox(QWidget*& _widget). You can create extra Signals and slots in your Plugin.
  * These can be connected between your toolbox and your plugin. Signals and slots across plugins are currently
  * not available but may be possible via an internal message system later.\n
  */
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class ToolboxInterface {

   private slots :

   public :

      /// Destructor
      virtual ~ToolboxInterface() {};

      /**   \brief Initialize the Toolbar Widget
       *
       *  Initialize the toolbar (create a widget and return a pointer to it ) \n
       * \n
       *   Example : \n
       *  _widget = new QWidget();  \n
       *  \n
       * In the widget you can add anything you want.
       * @param _widget Pointer to the new Widget
       * @return Return true if a widget has been created
      */
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      virtual bool initializeToolbox(QWidget*& /*_widget*/) = 0;
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    signals :

       /** \brief Defines a new ViewMode
       *
       * Slot defines a new ViewMode e.g. a mode where only useful widgets
       * are visible by default
       * @param _mode name of the ViewMode
       * @param _usedWidgets list of used Widgets names
       */
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      virtual void defineViewMode(QString& /*_mode*/, QStringList& /*_usedWidgets*/){};
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};

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Q_DECLARE_INTERFACE(ToolboxInterface,"OpenFlipper.ToolboxInterface/1.1")
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#endif // TOOLBOXINTERFACE_HH