Thanks Chris,

This means that it is time for me to announce my sns_file_system extension:

Also on the Radiant extensions repository:

You will need the latest version of the file_system extension[1], as well as
Chris's latest (0.7) release of SnS.

With this extension installed, the styles and scripts are extended to
include the file_system functionality. This means that you can save to the
file system all of the stylesheets and javascripts that are managed through
the Radiant interface, by running the rake command `rake
file_system:to_files`. Any changes you make to these files can then be
loaded back in to the database by running `rake file_system:to_db`.

If you have written an extension, and you would like for it to piggy back on
the file_system extension, you might consider sns_file_system to be a useful
reference. Sean's template extension[2] also does this.



On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 5:47 AM, Chris Parrish <

> Time for a new release.  This is mostly bugfixes and a minor addition or
> two to work with other extension:
>   * Renamed one of the TextAsset fields (internal change to let SnS
>     work better with Andrew Neil's file_system extension).
>   * The radiant:extensions:sns:config rake task was just plain
>     broken.  I think most folks out there don't know about this tool
>     or I'd have heard more complaints by now.
>     Please note that this is *the* way to change the SnS settings --
>     not directly in the db or with the settings extension as these
>     bypass validations I have in place and, since I store these
>     settings in memory, don't take effect until you restart your
>     server.  The rake task, however, works properly and immediately.
>   * There was an issue with one of the migrations if you had existing
>     stylesheets/javascripts from an early SnS version (fringe case).
>   * Changed the name of a model so that SnS now "just works" with the
>     import-export and super-export extensions (nice tools, BTW)
>   * Added the radiant:extensions:sns:update_dependencies rake task to
>     recreate the dependencies table if you had a problem importing
>     existing data (see above).
> -Chris
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