Hello Jim (and all),
thank you for the answers.
I also would like to go your 4th way. But I am afraid I have to choose
1) or 2) as I need to get this run within the next few days.
What details would you like to know? There is for example a list of
persons that needs to be displayed inside radiant pages. This list is
dynamic and should depend on some parameters you pass with the radiant
tag or the like. Also there is a registration form that must be
displayed on various radiant pages. The existing application has
almost 150 models, so I'm a bit scared to move this into an extension
although only a few models would be necessary to be used inside the
Maybe there is a way to have such custom tags containing content from
the existing app when I try to set up solution 2) ?
On 15 Jun., 20:13, Jim Gay <j...@saturnflyer.com> wrote:
> I've got plans to try to tackle this problem and get a better idea of
> the solution, but here's the traditional answer:
> 1) Move your code into an extension (here's an example of an app that
> became a public extension http://ext.radiantcms.org/extensions/12-ba)
> 2) Run 2 applications ( move your authentication/authorization outside
> of the 2 apps and have them live side-by-side )
> 3) Edit radiant code directly and run it as an app (DON'T DO THIS, you
> will run into trouble as the projects progress)
> And what I'd like to try is
> 4) Use a radiant instance and add the Rails.root app directories into
> the load path (they aren't there by default) and move all your code
> over there. The hiccups here are surely going to be in loading routes,
> but perhaps elsewhere.
> That's what I want to try. If you beat me to it, please reply with
> details. This is a common problem and I'd like to make it easier to do
> this in the core.
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 1:30 PM, <a...@akhlah.com> wrote:
> > Abder -
> > I am working on something that is similar for someone - Upgrading a site
> > that is already existing and porting it to Radiant.
> > I started with working on a Template -
> > Figured out what existing Extensions were available -
> > And now I am working on moving and re-doing the content to make it look
> > good.
> > I know that I will need to "roll my own" extensions or do some other
> > coding and there are tutorials on how to do that in the wiki )but I
> > haven't gotten that far)
> > Hope this helps some.
> > Al
> >> Hi,
> >> I'm new to Radiant and may have overseen this in the existing docs,
> >> but I couldn't figure out yet how to integrate Radiant into an already
> >> existing (huge) application. My idea is not only to replace the public
> >> pages by the CMS but also to use some snippets from the existing app
> >> inside the Radiant pages. Can somebody please give me a hint to find
> >> the best way to do this?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Abder
> Jim Gay
> Saturn Flyer LLChttp://www.saturnflyer.com