[Catalyst] Jemplate and AJAX woes...

2008-08-12 Thread kakimoto
hi, guys, I think Ajax is cool. With Jemplate, it sounds good that Javascript templating is possible. I tried to go chapter 7 of Jon Rockway's book. Looks good. For my system, I just needed something very basic. === 1) Load up a data input form 2) user

[Catalyst] Chapter 7[Jon rockway's catalyst book] - AJAX - What's the user id and password for the AddressBook source codes?

2008-08-12 Thread kakimoto
hi guys (especially Jon), What's the user id and password for the AddressBook source codes from chapter 7 of the Catalyst Book (by Jon Rockway) ? thank you K. Akimoto ___ List: Catalyst@lists.scsys.co.uk Listinfo:

Re: [Catalyst] [Announce] Catalyst-Runtime 5.7099_01 - Developer Release

2008-08-12 Thread Charles Bailey
On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 5:32 PM, Matt S Trout [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 07:13:37AM -0400, Charles Bailey wrote: Agreed. I've had it on TODO for the past two weeks, but getting hammered at dayjob. Will try to do this week. We're one more dev release short of shipping.

Re: [Catalyst] Catalyst::*::REST and Javascript

2008-08-12 Thread Mark Trostler
Ya I agree that doc is a little wacky - I tend to craft my own urls set the HTTP method appropriately - I stick the JSON-encoded data in a 'data' request parameter have my auto sub in my Root controller peel it off of there put it in $c-data so it all looks the same after that. like:

Re: [Catalyst] Cat + DBIC + DBD-Pg + mpm_worker -- Solution

2008-08-12 Thread Toby Corkindale
On Tue, Aug 12, 2008 at 02:03:56PM +1000, Toby Corkindale wrote: Hi, I know the Cat cookbook suggests one should use mod_perl only with the preforking MPM.. but I wanted to try with the worker (ie. threaded) MPM anyway. DBD-Pg had some thread-safety work done years ago, and I meant to be