[Seaside] Re: Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...
boris at deepcovelabs.com
Tue Jun 17 00:59:36 UTC 2008
Sure, submit it as a patch for Cincom to review. I imagine subdirectories should be part of basic functionality for file serving.
-Boris (via BlackBerry)
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Subject: Re: [Seaside] Re: Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...
Ok.. In thinking about the big picture here and trying to
help perspective future users of this class.. I'm wondering IF
I were to alter the existing WAExternalFileLibrary to be more
flexible (add support for subdirectories + more obvious config
features), would that annoy other users of this class? I'm not
sure how many people are actually using it for anything --
comments? At a minimum I'll certainly document the current
behavior including where the 'files' directory lives within the
VW tree which was half the problem for me to guess.
On Sun, June 15, 2008 8:07 pm, Richard E. Flower wrote:
> This is really odd to me.. I finally got it working. In my case, I
> used the name "include" in the dispatch editor for Seaside (where the
> configuration of the WAExternalFileLibrary lives) and my links needed
> to be named "include/external/foo.jpg" but the files live in
> the VW image directory as "vw7.6/image/files/foo.jpg".. It also does
> not appear to handle subdirectories from what I've seen.. I guess I'll
> have to spend some time looking into Apache again since this isn't
> doing what I was hoping.. Oh well..
> -- Rick
> On Jun 13, 2008, at 2:21 PM, Magnus Schwarz wrote:
>> Hi Rick,
>> although the files reside in the /files directory (i.e. /files/
>> myFile.jpg), the proper URL in Seaside is files/external/myFile.jpg.
>> (This may IMHO be a bit confusing...)
>> seaside-request at lists.squeakfoundation.org schrieb:
>>> 1. Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...
>>> (Richard E. Flower)
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>>> Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2008 23:02:12 -0700
>>> From: "Richard E. Flower" <rickf at ca-flower.com>
>>> Subject: [Seaside] Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...
>>> To: Seaside - general discussion <seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
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>>> Ok.. I've gotten past my initial hurdles with Boris' help but none
>>> of my css files or images are getting pulled in due
>>> to the deprecated API that I was using w/ Seaside 2.6 (besides the
>>> move from Webtoolkit to Opentalk)..
>>> Anyway, in perusing the old mail messages from the list, it
>>> appears that WAExternalFileLibrary may be the solution
>>> I'm looking for but I'm stuck with trying to get it to work. I've
>>> created a "Files" entry point as indicated and named it "include".
>>> Now, I've changed one of my image references to point to /seaside/
>>> files/image.jpg but its never found.. The docs are very terse
>>> on the usage.. Am I missing something? Where does the directory
>>> lie in the filesystem for VW? I've tried the top-level VW directory
>>> along with the 'image' subdirectory... Also, if I want to have
>>> one directory w/ css and another with images how is that done?
>>> -- Rick
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