I just had a crazy idea.

I'm looking for a way for users to have a "draft" version of the site.
 When it's ready, they click a button and the pages/snippets/layouts
that are published get transferred over to the new site.

What if:

When they click "Publish Site":
  * test site does a "rake file_system:save" to save the test db stuff
to the file system
  * files are checked into git
  * production site does a checkout
  * production site does a "rake file_system:load" to load the files into the db

And Tada.  You have a simple, version controlled site where people can
preview their work.


On Mon, Aug 25, 2008 at 1:40 AM, Andrew Neil
> The file_system extension exists for this purpose. Check it out:
> http://github.com/nelstrom/radiant-file-system-extension/tree/master
> I should warn you that it is still under development, so if you do use it,
> take care! I would appreciate feedback on any problems you encounter.
> Drew
> On 25 Aug 2008, at 05:20, Arik Jones wrote:
>> Will we ever see the light of day for this feature. I personally despise
>> editing code/indent-heavy layouts/snippets in Radiant. What are the
>> limitations that prevent this feature from being implemented?
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