On Sep 2, 2008, at 4:21 PM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
That is the strategy that concurrent_draft takes -- each part has
'content' and 'draft_content' fields. The nice thing about that is
that we could treat parts, snippets and layouts almost identically,
with some tweaks for pages (and propagating publishing to the
parts). There's no historical versioning, though.
Take a look at the concurrent_draft extension. It allows you to
schedule a draft of a page, snippet or layout for publication.
I began work on a drafts extension which plans to manage drafts on
a page part basis (rather than the entire page) but I haven't been
able to put a lot of time into it. I believe that in most regular
use, authors will create draft content for page parts rather that
entire pages so I'm creating it to do that. It is premature to
suggest using it, but I'd love any help if you are interested
I have no immediate need for holding onto old versions so I have no
current plans to add that, but if it were unobtrusive and intuitive
I'd certainly be interested.
Thanks. I'll have to look more closely at it, perhaps my work is
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