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From "Cyriaque Dupoirieux (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Mis-à-jour: (FOR-583) Pelt compatible [views/templates] skin
Date Thu, 11 Aug 2005 13:40:34 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-583?page=all ]

Cyriaque Dupoirieux updated FOR-583:
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    Attachment: FOR-583-ViewHelperUpdatedLeatherDevTemplates.diff

Updated Leather-dev Templates.
Summary :
  - branding-fontsize.ft - add of a div for presentation
  - nav-section.ft - Complex update in order to have the expand/collapse behaviour that we
have on menus in Pelt. (Still needs to work...)
  - nav-main-sub.ft - updated because of the empty div tags problem (cf. http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?t=112256261100004&r=1&w=2)
  - branding-grouplogo.ft - change an unused div id by a usefull div class
  - search-input.ft - totally recreated but fully compliant - add of the input-size argument,
add of search-input-head to include javascript.
  - content-xml-link.ft - change an unused div class="dida" by a usefull div class="format"
  - branding-projectlogo.ft - Id becomes class
  - content-abstract.ft - add a normalize-space test on abstract div in order to avoid empty
div tag again
  - siteinfo-credits.ft - totally recreated but compliant 
      + add of box-location parameter to filter the credits to display (in Pelt you can display
credits at three different location and I wanted to keep this Idea)
           This argument is actually used to define the name of the embbeding div class for
the presentation. To have a good result you should not have 
           box-location="alt" or "alt2" like previously with Pelt skin but rather box-location="credit"
or "credit2" !
      + add of top-separator parameter - not sure it's a good idea, but it let you have an
horizontal separator before your credits (only if there are credits to display)
      + add of use-role-as-prefix parameter - not used yet
           - the idea is to filter again credits in order to display different lists of credits
depending the page...
           - in that case I would like to use the role attribute of credits to filter - for
instance : if use-role-as-prefix="Linux", I will display the credits which roles starts-with
"Linux"...
  - content-motd-page.ft - totally recreated but compliant, Leather-dev MOTD was a very old
fashion (only one motd for the whole site), so I updated with the Pelt one...
  - content-title.ft - add of the sub-title management
  - content-main.ft - replace a copy-of by an apply-templates in order to manage the different
header styles (boxed, underlined...)
        + I think I have forgotten skinconf-heading-2...

Ok, everything here and all the previous patches needs rework, it just a beginning.

   

> Pelt compatible [views/templates] skin
> --------------------------------------
>
>          Key: FOR-583
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-583
>      Project: Forrest
>         Type: Improvement
>   Components: Views
>     Versions: 0.8-dev
>     Reporter: Diwaker Gupta
>     Assignee: Diwaker Gupta
>  Attachments: FOR-583-ViewHelperNewCSS4Pelt.diff, FOR-583-ViewHelperNewTemplates4Pelt.diff,
FOR-583-ViewHelperUpdatedLeatherDevCSS.diff, FOR-583-ViewHelperUpdatedLeatherDevTemplates.diff,
FOR-583-ViewHelperXmap.diff, FOR-583-ViewPlugin.diff
>
> Ross had rightly observed that unless [views/templates] provide a Pelt look-alike package,
it will be a substantial hurdle in migrating to 0.8. I understand that over the next few weeks
vies/templates are going to be under discussion and potentially major/minor changes. Still,
I believe the core architecture will not deviate substantially from where it stands right
now -- and so I think atleast we should start working towards a Pelt look-alike.

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