Nice work, Andrew. I wonder how hard it would to get this extension to also dump and load SnS text assets. Not that any of the extensions should have a dependency on the other, but the file-system-extension could perhaps check for the presence of SnS and dump that too, if present?

Cheers,
Casper


On 31/07/2008, at 8:28, Andrew Neil wrote:


On 14 Jun 2008, at 18:51, Sean Cribbs wrote:

Jonathan McCoy wrote:

Highly unlikely. FUSE is a modular file system API - basically a simple means to build your own file system without actually having to do anything majorly complex. Although yes, what you linked to would be a cool solution - it still lacks version control. You'd also have to make it uber-bespoke to Radiant, and to each model in the Radiant schema, otherwise you'll be working with YAML etc. If somebody did build a FUSE interface for Radiant, it would be nice if each page is represented by a folder, with files corresponding to each page part, with the extension being the filter used. A meta file could contain the overall page settings.

You just described the file_system extension written for Redken to a T. I would like to release it but I'm not ready to support it yet or to detox the code.

I asked Sean if I could have a go at detoxing his code myself. I've stripped out all of the Redken specific functionality, and got the extension working on a vanilla Radiant site (i.e. with no other extensions). Here it is:

        http://github.com/nelstrom/radiant-file-system-extension/tree/master

I'd be happy to hear any feedback.

Cheers,
Drew
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