Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-10 Thread David Susco
is an underscore and then wrapping the view in the layout if this is not the case (like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop or not) is calling a partial that takes arguments. For instance, I have a Markaby partial

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread David Susco
Arg, I new it would be something simple. Thanks. Dave On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 10:54 PM, Philippe Monnet r...@monnet-usa.com wrote: David, If you're using Tilt, to make partials work in ERB or HAML you would need to explicitly call render with the name of the partial. So for example, in ERB:  

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread David Susco
and then wrapping the view in the layout if this is not the case (like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop or not) is calling a partial that takes arguments. For instance, I have a Markaby partial for a button: def

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread Philippe Monnet
(like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop or not) is calling a partial that takes arguments. For instance, I have a Markaby partial for a button: def _button href, text='Cancel' a.button text, :href=href end I

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread David Susco
thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop or not) is calling a partial that takes arguments. For instance, I have a Markaby partial for a button: def _button href, text='Cancel' a.button text, :href=href end I can call that from other Markaby views

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread Magnus Holm
checking if the first character is an underscore and then wrapping the view in the layout if this is not the case (like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop or not) is calling a partial that takes arguments

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread Philippe Monnet
the render method automatically wraps a view in the layout if the layout exists, rather than checking if the first character is an underscore and then wrapping the view in the layout if this is not the case (like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-09 Thread David Susco
wraps a view in the layout if the layout exists, rather than checking if the first character is an underscore and then wrapping the view in the layout if this is not the case (like the basic_render method from reststop). Another thing that is not possibly when using Tilt (whether using reststop

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-08 Thread David Susco
Thanks Philippe, it's working great. Has anyone gotten partials to work with Tilt? Dave On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 9:58 PM, Philippe Monnet r...@monnet-usa.com wrote: I fixed the issue in the basic_render method. At the time I worked on RESTstop I had done the minimum needed to make it work with

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-07 Thread Philippe Monnet
I fixed the issue in the basic_render method. At the time I worked on RESTstop I had done the minimum needed to make it work with the new version of Camping. And when Tilt support was added I did not fully retrofit the code to make it work with Tilt templates. Problem corrected! Thanks David

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-06 Thread David Susco
Still fooling around with this, no luck yet. Found some other things though. It seems I need to fully qualify controllers as arguments for URL and R methods when using Tilt (this is irrespective of whether I'm using reststop or not). Is there anything I can do to get around this? Also, is there

Re: using reststop with tilt

2010-07-06 Thread Philippe Monnet
Hi David, I will look into this (probably this week-end though) - as I actually did not try Tilt at the same time as RESTstop. On 7/6/2010 7:45 AM, David Susco wrote: Still fooling around with this, no luck yet. Found some other things though. It seems I need to fully qualify controllers as

using reststop with tilt

2010-06-30 Thread David Susco
I'm trying to use the new Tilt integration with reststop. All the aliases and whatnot under Implementing your own service (http://wiki.github.com/camping/reststop/) are there and :views has been set in the options hash. I tried creating sub-directories in the views directory (html, HTML) but I