On Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 8:14 PM, Ahn <b-...@cec-ltd.co.jp> wrote:
> Thank you so much for replying.
> I should use sub domain instead sub directory.
> but I have still wonder about sub directory cuz I saw it's possible to
> use sub directory in radiant cms website
> http://radiantcms.org/blog/archives/2010/06/25/radiant-0-9-0---refraction-release/
> (You can now run Radiant from a sub-directory. by Jim Gay)
> anyone teach me what is this mean? actually I tried to search about
> this, and I've got nothing...
> thank you again!

I made changes so that the paths were not hard-coded to begin with the
root (in other words, it uses the relative_url_root). I had asked for
some feedback on the mailing list for anyone who was interested in
deploying to a sub-directory but received none. I personally have no
need for this feature.
If you can contribute bug reports or fixes, it would be appreciated; I
must have missed something.

> On Nov 26, 3:35 pm, Ahn Byungmo <b-...@cec-ltd.co.jp> wrote:
>> Hello~ I' m trying to deploy my radiant web application with use 
>> sub-directory
>> just like below
>> localhost/
>> localhost/dictionary
>> so i've tried to search how to deploy in sub directory in everywhere
>> then i got some clues about change config/enviroment.rb
>> to add below line
>> config.action_controller.relative_url_root = "/dictionary"
>> and it's simply works nevertheless it's not change about public path, it's 
>> not that story
>> I mean under public path's  image files or css files are stil in that path 
>> -> public/image.jpg
>> also it has got one more problem that can't be shown files under assets path
>> so when i access to admim page, every css and image files were not be shown
>> but still my site was normal, only have problem in admin page
>> my env is
>> ruby - 1.8.7
>> radiantcms - 0.9.1
>> anyone can help me please?
>> Ill thank you in little clue!
>> with Best regards!

Jim Gay
Saturn Flyer LLC

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