Another update in that module. I refactored the content edition around the concept of plugin. 3 plugins :
- TextPlugin : which allow text based edition, it's the classic editor we have
- FilePlugin : the capability to upload
- LinkPlugin : the capability to create a symbolic link
Someone asked to add that kind of capability to provide a better HTML editor. It is possible to do that now without having to hack the html module. We should have the capability to hot deploy plugins into the Html module later.
I've grepped on various likely candidates in HtmlModule.java and haven't found where this could be happening in the code. I wonder if you can tell me what to search on? Maybe i've got an earlier version? - i'm a newb who's just downloaded this from Sourceforge.
this is in the head version of nukes, so you want to download a dayly snapshot (link is on the nukes project page)
OK thanks. This isn't really a priority - i'm really more interested in the ability to upload a directory and am looking forward to your comments in my other thread about that.
actually I did it before but I removed the code, you can find it in previous version of the html module.
it was possible to add/remove files through the help of a zip file.
maybe you can create a plugin for that
Thanks Julien. Sounds like the HTML module has had a nice little update. We very much appreciate the work you put into this... .joe
There's a bug in the FilePlugin.blank(). The File Id text field name is 'fileid' instead of 'id'. This prevents uploading files because HtmlModule.create() looks for 'id' and throws error message.