[Seaside] Re: Is there an easy way to decorate Canvas elements toincorporate other toolkits?

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Fri May 16 07:47:06 UTC 2008

2008/5/16 Tim M <365nice at gmail.com>:
> Hi philippe,
>> If you only need the dojoType you can simply make a class extentsion
>> in WATagBrush
>> dojoType: aString
>> self atttrubuteAt: 'dojoType' put: aString
>> html textInput
>> html textInput
>> on: #userName of: self user;
>> dojoType: 'dijit.form.TextBox'
> Thanks for the tip - I didn't know you could do it that way. I think that
> along with Boris's pointer about overriding in a WARenderCanvas subclass
> will give me everything I need - with a plugable solution that would change
> all my code without me having to go around adding #dojoType: everywhere.
> I hadn't clicked on to the fact that you specify your new canvas in the
> application config screen - I keep forgetting to look there.

In one place is enough, you can add it to the root tag class
(WATagBrush) and all tags should have it.


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