News on revIgniter (05-13-10)
stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Thu May 13 17:08:18 CDT 2010
Ralf, here's one more thing for newbies to this framework --
*Turn off the caching while working on the code*,
otherwise you won't see your changes immediately!
(this one threw me for a while.)
*This framework is really great. It's a bundle of extensible, rev-ready CMS
building blocks with just-in-time libraries.*
*The google "search site" field on the docs does not seem to be happy. Does
this feature require an api key?
On 13 May 2010 14:28, Ralf Bitter <rabit at dimensionb.de> wrote:
> 1. Sorry, should have mentioned in the tutorial,
> that one should be cautious in copying the scripts.
> 2. You are absolutely right about how to acquaint oneself
> with revIgniter.
> On 13.05.2010, at 20:07, stephen barncard wrote:
> > I was stuck on this for no apparent reason for a while... nothing working
> > until I found a couple of silly gotchas (of no fault of the author) that
> > may happen to others that try this.
> > 1. Cutting and pasting example code from the *revIgniter* example web
> > appears to choke the Rev server. It turns out that the indenting
> > on the page are not tabs but EOT (decimal 4) characters. (yikes!)
> > Just replace these characters with tab or empty, or type it out manually.
> > 2. New users, READ and DO the EXAMPLES regarding *controllers* and
> > views* - before trying anything else.
> > Arg... cutting and pasting has as many drawbacks as advantages...
> > thanks, Ralf for your good work for the Rev community. Someday I hope
> > will create a forum so that we can share ideas and templates. I will be
> > Paypal as soon as I get something public running
> > sqb
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