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From Thorsten Scherler <>
Subject Re: Saving pages from forrest run
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2006 09:56:53 GMT
El mié, 04-01-2006 a las 01:55 +0000, Ross Gardler escribió:
> OK, so there are concerns about doing this, but I think all the concerns 
> can be addressed, and besides *I* want an easier way of publishing a 
> spelling correction in a single page of a 500 page site (for example).
> So, I've done it. Well, OK to be fair I've done a really rough stab at it.
> I did it in XSP first, but hated it. Way too much mixing of content with 
> logic (never touched XSP before). Given the amount of logic we will need 
> in order to create the necessary "idiot checks" and "user warnings" we 
> have discussed, I decided it would be better to go for an action.
> I've left some of the XSP stuff in there because I reckon we will use 
> that to do the really simple stuff like do a site build and deploy. But 
> we'll see about that some other time.
> There's no cool GUI for creating the relevant URLs just yet, I have 
> locally extended the forrestbar but don't want to commit it because it 
> is only useful if you are using the devTools plugin and I don't want to 
> clutter it. If people want it I can attach a patch to an issue.
> Enjoy a faster workflow:
> - Edit
> - preview
> - save
> - commit
> But be careful with it, there are currently no checks for things like 
> changed navigation files.

Very, nice I have not look at it yet, but I think we should not use XSP
at all but jx. XSP is evil and should not be used for *new* stuff. ;-)

Everything else after a review. ;-)


"Together we stand, divided we fall!" 
Hey you (Pink Floyd)

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