Yes, it is true. Therefore I'am using radiant v0.7.1 and rails2.1.2 for this
site :)
I have no time to do it better now ;(
________________
Regards,
Mamed Mamedov

Sent from Baku, Azerbaijan


On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 11:51 PM, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote:

>
> On Jul 27, 2009, at 2:42 PM, Mamed Mamedov wrote:
>
>  No, I didn't disabled cache, but I'm using 'translator' extension which
>> changes behaviour of radiant's caching subsystem.
>> Here is my some changes to *translate_response_cache.rb*:
>>
>
> This won't work in 0.8.0. Rails 2.3 uses Rack::Cache and Radiant 0.8.0
> packages Rails 2.3.2
> ResponseCache functions were moved to Radiant::Cache, a subclass of
> Rack::Cache
>
>
>   ResponseCache.class_eval {
>>   # in here, we're just adding a two-letter language suffix to cached
>> pages to make sure that the wrong
>>   # language doesn't get served up because it has been cached
>> inappropriately. we could change this to
>>   # cache in a separate directory (i.e. en/), but for now, we're just
>> adding the extension
>>   private
>>     def translator_path(path)
>>       #path =~ /\.css|\.js$/ ? path :
>> kk_request.suffixize(kk_request.language)
>>       path =~ /\.css|\.js$/ ? path : [ path,
>> kk_request.session["gsession_color"],
>> kk_request.session["gsession_design"],
>> kk_request.suffixize(kk_request.language)  ].join( "_" )
>>     end
>> As a result I have this files in my cache folder:
>> selene# ll
>> total 28
>> drwxrwxrwx  2 root  www    512 Jul 27 23:22 _css
>> -rw-rw-rw-  1 root  www  22972 Jul 27 23:22 index_blue_full__az-AZ.data
>> -rw-rw-rw-  1 root  www    185 Jul 27 23:22 index_blue_full__az-AZ.yml
>>
>> For example, if user requests 'red' & 'full' version of site, then
>> *'index_red_full__az-AZ'
>> *will be requested. If there is no cached file, then page will be
>> generated
>> by radiant from db and then cached in this folder.
>>
>> That is solution, I think. I'am using radiant v0.7.1. My site supports
>> many
>> colors (design types) languages and light/full-version.
>> ________________
>> Regards,
>> Mamed Mamedov
>>
>> Sent from Baku, Azerbaijan
>>
>>
>> On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 11:27 PM, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>> On Jul 27, 2009, at 2:24 PM, Mamed Mamedov wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi everybody!
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Here how I have resolved my problem with changing page's layout
>>>> on-the-fly:)
>>>> I have created my own extension folder with my namespace-tags for
>>>> unusual
>>>> tasks.
>>>>
>>>> desc %{
>>>>  Works like design switcher.
>>>> }
>>>> tag 'gsession:design' do |tag|
>>>>   design_type = request.session["gsession_design"]
>>>>   if design_type == nil
>>>>       design_type = GenieSessionExtension.defaults[:design]
>>>>       request.session["gsession_design"] = design_type
>>>>   end
>>>>   design_type.strip!
>>>>   if layout = Layout.find_by_name(tag.attr["#{design_type}"])
>>>>       tag.globals.page.layout = layout
>>>>       tag.globals.page.render
>>>>   end
>>>> end
>>>>
>>>> Usage:
>>>> I have created layout named "master-index" with only one line in it:
>>>> <r:gsession:design full="full-index" light="light-index" />
>>>>
>>>> With 2 arguments, which describes layout names for 'full' and 'light'
>>>> version of my site. You can define 'gsession_*design*' session variable
>>>> at
>>>> any time by hitting, for example:* /genie/set/design/light*
>>>> All my pages have selected 'master-index' layout.
>>>> That is all, while page is rendered my tag switches current layout to
>>>> 'full-index' or 'light-index' named layouts.
>>>>
>>>> Waiting for comments ... Thank you:)
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Have you disabled caching to do this?
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>  ________________
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Mamed Mamedov
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 6:16 PM, Sean Cribbs <seancri...@gmail.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> If all of your pages have the same layout at any time, make sure all
>>>>
>>>>> descendant pages have their layout set to <inherit> and then your
>>>>> extension
>>>>> could change the layout on the root page.
>>>>> However, it would not be trivial to do this on a per-user basis.  Have
>>>>> you
>>>>> considered something like a combination of Javascript and CSS that lets
>>>>> your
>>>>> users switch layouts?
>>>>>
>>>>> Sean
>>>>>
>>>>> Mamed Mamedov wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hi everybody!
>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have a little question: how can I change page's layout from within
>>>>>> my
>>>>>> extension?
>>>>>> Problem is, that I have 2 different page layouts for my site: [
>>>>>> full-version
>>>>>> and light-version ].
>>>>>> I want to write a mini-extension to switch between designs of my site
>>>>>> throw
>>>>>> hitting: /design/set/full and /design/set/light or /design/reset
>>>>>> And I'am saving current design variable in current user's session.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> And now, just need to change current page's layout on the fly
>>>>>> accordingly
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> session value.
>>>>>> ________________
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>> Mamed Mamedov
>>>>>>
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