[Seaside] Re: Problem with Scriptaculous

Stuart Herring stuart at stuartherring.com
Tue Jun 12 13:01:36 UTC 2007

> I published a first try at this refactoring. If you are on Seaside 2.8
> you can give it a try, it should be now much simpler to do what you
> want. Also the generated JavaScript is simpler and the overal design,
> so I think it is a good thing.
> Name: Scriptaculous-lr.198
Excellent - I was attempting to do something similar myself.

I've published changes (Scriptaculous-srh.199) based on that version
to enable the Enumerable methods on SUElement, plus refactor
SUSelector so as to avoid duplication.


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