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From scot...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1231026 - in /incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter: item_summary_template.html widget.properties
Date Fri, 13 Jan 2012 11:52:50 GMT
Author: scottbw
Date: Fri Jan 13 11:52:50 2012
New Revision: 1231026

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=1231026&view=rev
Log:
Use summary HTML template in twitter widget

Added:
    incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/item_summary_template.html
Modified:
    incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/widget.properties

Added: incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/item_summary_template.html
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/item_summary_template.html?rev=1231026&view=auto
==============================================================================
--- incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/item_summary_template.html (added)
+++ incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/item_summary_template.html Fri
Jan 13 11:52:50 2012
@@ -0,0 +1,21 @@
+<!--
+
+The template used for item summaries, representing a single record but before
+the item detail has been retrieved. We override this to provide all the info in the summary
+and not the detail template - this is because the Twitter API is rate limited, and we can
+populate the whole thing directly in one call.
+
+Note the OnClick event handler that triggers a search for the user by their screen_name.
This
+is missing quotes as these are added at some point in the processing of the parameter - if
you
+include a quote or an escape character then between Ant and JQuery something will go wrong
:(
+Still, it works as is)
+
+-->
+
+<li class='tweet result' wid='${ID}'>
+  <a href='#' onclick=${widget.shortname}_browse_controller.search('${SCREEN_NAME}')><img
class='tweet_avatar' alt='Avatar for ${SCREEN_NAME}; click to read more tweets from this user'
title='See more tweets from ${SCREEN_NAME}'  src='${PROFILE_IMAGE_URL}'></a>
+  <span class='tweet_text'>${TEXT}</span>
+  <br clear='left'>
+  <abbr class='timeago' title='${CREATED_AT}'>${CREATED_AT}</abbr> 
+  <div class='detail'></div>
+</li>

Modified: incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/widget.properties
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/widget.properties?rev=1231026&r1=1231025&r2=1231026&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/widget.properties (original)
+++ incubator/wookie/trunk/widgets/templates/widgets/twitter/widget.properties Fri Jan 13
11:52:50 2012
@@ -41,21 +41,6 @@ browse.search.url="http://api.twitter.co
 browse.collection.template = "<div id='results' data-role='collapsible-set'><ul
class='tweet_list'>${ITEMS}</ul></div>"
 
 #
-# The template string to use for item summaries, representing a single record but before
-# the item detail has been retrieved. We override this to provide all the info in the summary
-# and not the detail template - this is because the Twitter API is rate limited, and we can
-# populate the whole thing directly in one call.
-#
-# Note the OnClick event handler that triggers a search for the user by their screen_name.
This
-# is missing quotes as these are added at some point in the processing of the parameter -
if you
-# include a quote or an escape character then between Ant and JQuery something will go wrong
:(
-# (Still, it works as is)
-#
-# type: string
-#
-browse.item.summary.template = <li class='tweet result' wid='${ID}'><a href='#'
onclick=${widget.shortname}_browse_controller.search('${SCREEN_NAME}')><img class='tweet_avatar'
alt='Avatar for ${SCREEN_NAME}; click to read more tweets from this user' title='See more
tweets from ${SCREEN_NAME}'  src='${PROFILE_IMAGE_URL}'></a><span class='tweet_text'>${TEXT}</span></b><br
clear='left'><abbr class='timeago' title='${CREATED_AT}'>${CREATED_AT}</abbr><div
class='detail'></div></li>
-
-#
 # The names of the elements to map into the template placeholders. E.g. if it contains "title",
then $TITLE in the template 
 # would be replaced by the content of the <title> element in the XML data.
 # In our case these are the important elements returned by the Twitter API.



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