Tim Gossett wrote:
On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 4:35 AM, Mohit Sindhwani <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
<mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> wrote:
I know this has been asked before, but I couldn't find something
directly useful. I was just wondering if someone has written a
guide (it'll be useful for the documentation project) or if
someone could just point me to the main things I need to use for
it. So far, I've been looking at using Radiant for stand-alone
CMS like projects, but I want to now try integrating it with other
things that I'm doing.
All of those extensions work with 0.6.7. <http://0.6.7.> If you're
integrating Radiant with another Rails project, the share_layouts
extension is where you'll start.
The list you provided is very useful! I had mean to only ask about what
people are using for "Rails + Radiant" but your reply is a bonus! :)
So, share_layouts is the way to go. Can I clarify a couple of things?
 This would allow me to embed Radiant into a Rails application,
right? So, I could build a site around Rails and then use Radiant to
manage the relatively static content, page caching, layouts,
stylesheets, etc. If so, this might be the perfect thing for one of the
projects I have in mind.
 On the other hand, I'm planning to build an information site that
stores manuals, etc. in HTML and lets people add comments, sign up as
users, etc. I guess my confusion is because really, the relatively
static content is the core of the site, meaning that Radiant should be
at the centre of the action! Any guidance would be enlightening :)
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