Re: [Lift] Serious widget action

2010-03-10 Thread Timothy Perrett
Personally, I would say forget ExtJS, compared to Cappuccino its streets behind: http://cappuccino.org/ Easily the most exciting UI framework out there right now Cheers, Tim On 10 Mar 2010, at 03:45, aw wrote: It is time for me to add some serious widgets to my lift app. So far, I am

Re: [Lift] Re: Serious widget action

2010-03-10 Thread Timothy Perrett
The only possible thing that one could do would need two aspects: 1. The lift side to produce particular JSON 2. The capp side to consume said JSON Without a full package, there aren't really any integration points as we have already got comet working with capp so the only thing remaining is

[Lift] Re: Serious widget action

2010-03-10 Thread Timothy Perrett
, aw anth...@whitford.com wrote: On Mar 10, 1:15 am, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Personally, I would say forget ExtJS, compared to Cappuccino its streets behind: http://cappuccino.org/ Easily the most exciting UI framework out there right now Perhaps I should add

Re: [Lift] Re: More dynamic Lift

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
I'm afraid I agree with Marius... I'm just not sure on the benefit here over JRebel? Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 9 Mar 2010, at 08:05, Marius marius.dan...@gmail.com wrote: I'm having seconds thoughts about this. Development mode can mean slightly different things depending on the

Re: [Lift] Re: More dynamic Lift

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
without that as well (using JRebel). On Mar 9, 9:37 am, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen je...@ingolfs.dk wrote: On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: I'm afraid I agree with Marius... I'm just not sure on the benefit here over JRebel? My main pain point was changes

Re: [Lift] Re: More dynamic Lift

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
of my content. Cheers, Tim On 9 Mar 2010, at 11:20, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen wrote: On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 12:08 PM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: BTW, with SBT, don't forget you can do: jetty-run (make changes to your code) prepare-webapp That will redeploy chnaged

Re: [Lift] Re: More dynamic Lift

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
Wow, I wish I had 5 machines ;-) lol. Thats an interesting outlook and an explanatory rationale. Can you explain the implementation? Perhaps I can be persuaded. Right now, i'm not convinced about hampering development mode in this way. Cheers, Tim On 9 Mar 2010, at 17:13, David Pollak wrote:

Re: [Lift] Converting a null String to an empty String

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
how about: def stringTest(x: String): String = Box !! x openOr Cheers, Tim On 9 Mar 2010, at 17:30, Heiko Seeberger wrote: On 9 March 2010 16:48, David Pollak feeder.of.the.be...@gmail.com wrote: Can you be a little more specific? Sure ;-) I am looking for a method like this: def

Re: [Lift] Re: Converting a null String to an empty String

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
haha!! thanks Heiko... perhaps for my next trick i'll tap out a response using only my nose ;-) Cheers, Tim On 9 Mar 2010, at 18:56, Heiko Seeberger wrote: Looks great, especially for a one-handed-writer ;-) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Lift

Re: [Lift] Re: File Download

2010-03-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
to the upload, Thanks, David On Feb 14, 3:58 pm, Gang wangga...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Tim, that's exactly what I'm looking for! On Feb 14, 11:27 am, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: See: http://blog.getintheloop.eu/2009/3/19/understanding-lift-s-streamingr... Construct

Re: [Lift] lift-blog - lift based blogging app

2010-03-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
http://www.acidbits.org/lift-blog/ gives a 404 error? Cheers, Tim On 8 Mar 2010, at 12:51, Lukasz Kuczera wrote: Hi Folks. I've spawned very simple blog app on lift. This is alpha version and code base is not clean (i'm quite new to scala and lift). You can pull it from github:

Re: [Lift] Activity

2010-03-07 Thread Timothy Perrett
We are currently on version 2.0-M3. Its stable, and production ready... we keep our snapshots very stable and you shouldnt get any problems using it. Cheers, Tim On 7 Mar 2010, at 03:10, Martin wrote: I notice the last production quality release was over a year ago; I do notice there have

Re: [Lift] Re: superficial first impressions from a rails junkie

2010-03-07 Thread Timothy Perrett
Business wise, rails / php etc are not even on the same scale as lift. Rails / PHP etc are cheap, easy ways to deploy *sites*. Lift is for building serious *web applications*. there is a distinct difference... and yes, for these reasons no doubt the higher cost of deployment will scare some

Re: [Lift] superficial first impressions from a rails junkie

2010-03-06 Thread Timothy Perrett
Firstly, Lift is not Rails. It really bugs me when people are like oh, well rails does XYZ. Its apples and oranges in many respects - especially when you consider the ages of the respective projects... Lift is much, much younger than Rails. Moreover, Lift is a very advanced framework -more so

[Lift] Re: superficial first impressions from a rails junkie

2010-03-06 Thread Timothy Perrett
Okay... sorry... but this is a gratuitous swipe.  Ugly == Not Easy to Use. Nope.  Sorry.  I don't buy this. Maven commands that wont copy and paste correctly == Not Easy To Use. Im not sure it is difficult to copy and paste: mvn archetype:generate -DarchetypeCatalog=http://scala-tools.org/

[Lift] Re: superficial first impressions from a rails junkie

2010-03-06 Thread Timothy Perrett
Back when I was doing Rails, the state of Rails' documentation was not materially different from the current state of Lift's documentation with the exception of DHH's awesome book (which is my all time favorite tech book). Most of the online documentation was weak or non-existent. This

Re: [Lift] Wow... Lift has some amazing stats

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
w00t!! Go team - maybe one of these years we'll have a team meet ;-) Cheers, Tim On 5 Mar 2010, at 17:46, David Pollak wrote: Folks, I just looked at Lift's stats on ohloh. ( http://www.ohloh.net/p/liftweb ) A couple of key items: Very large, active development team Over the

Re: [Lift] BSON support in lift-json

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
Probably a sub-ordinate module would be preferable... one that builds on the lift-json stuff and doesn't pollute the normal JSON usage. Joni, what are your thoughts? Cheers, Tim On 5 Mar 2010, at 17:59, Tim Nelson wrote: I finally had the opportunity to look into the couchdb code and I

Re: [Lift] Re: Wow... Lift has some amazing stats

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
Me too Marius... what the team has achieved is absolutely amazing. Without a shadow of a doubt being part of this amazing team has changed my life and im very, very proud to be a part of it. Long may it continue :-) Cheers, Tim On 5 Mar 2010, at 18:15, Marius wrote: I'm sooo proud being a

Re: [Lift] Re: Lift security vulnerability

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
Agreed - it works fine even with double byte characters... Cheers, Tim On 5 Mar 2010, at 18:41, David Pollak wrote: I don't know what you mean by pasting binary characters -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Lift group. To post to this group, send

Re: [Lift] Re: LiftRules.rewrite, 404 error

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
Why do you have // in the URL? Cheers, Tim On 4 Mar 2010, at 13:34, Gang wrote: Could somebody answer my question? If it's too stupid a question to answer, please let me know that too. It just seems to me that unless I add a link to SiteMap, the links(a tag) in my page just return 404.

Re: [Lift] Re: Response Optimizations too aggressive

2010-03-05 Thread Timothy Perrett
This really needs to go on the wiki! gold! Cheers, Tim On 4 Mar 2010, at 17:50, David Pollak wrote: On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 9:27 AM, aw anth...@whitford.com wrote: On Mar 4, 6:56 am, Naftoli Gugenheim naftoli...@gmail.com wrote: How about LiftRules.stripComments.default.set( () =

Re: [Lift] Re: Response Optimizations too aggressive

2010-03-04 Thread Timothy Perrett
Personally, I don't like this API. nearly everyone has problems with it as its totally not obvious. Perhaps i'll add some more comments to the definition. Cheers, Tim On 4 Mar 2010, at 08:50, aw wrote: OK, I have disabled the stripping of comments: LiftRules.stripComments.default.set(

Re: [Lift] Transactions with Mapper

2010-03-03 Thread Timothy Perrett
Probally worth sticking this on the wiki Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 2 Mar 2010, at 14:37, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen je...@ingolfs.dk wrote: ced docpom...@googlemail.com writes: When I use Mapper outside a request, say in an actor, how do I wrap it in a transaction? I know that I do a

Re: [Lift] Re: The role of LiftRules

2010-02-26 Thread Timothy Perrett
That reminds me - we need to clean up the FactoryMaker API Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 26 Feb 2010, at 09:05, Marius marius.dan...@gmail.com wrote: Well you summarized pretty well what I feel about this. Essentially the way I see it startup configuration things could exists in other

[Lift] Re: Documenting the source code / supplementing the API docs

2010-02-26 Thread Timothy Perrett
HTML as that makes it future proof but still readable for both. Stuart On 22 Feb 2010, at 17:32, Ross Mellgren wrote: I will do this, and give feed back if it ever becomes too much load. -Ross On Feb 22, 2010, at 12:05 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: We are interested

Re: [Lift] Re: Logging, part 2

2010-02-25 Thread Timothy Perrett
+1 This fits with the idioms we already have. Although, so Lift doesn't carry a default dependency it would probably need to be: // default LiftRules.logger = NoLogger Or something... Cheers, Tim On 25 Feb 2010, at 09:32, Marius wrote: I'd opt in for something like: LiftRules.logger =

[Lift] [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
Guys, I see DPP made a bunch of commits last night. Something in there has fundamentally broken the markup parser. Yesterday I deploy an application to production and today I go to update a small bit of copy that marketing want changed and i'm finding that my application is broken With

[Lift] Re: Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
Scratch that, it just does this all the time - irrelevant of the mime type. Reproduce this by making a blank lift app and looking at the source. Cheers, Tim On Feb 24, 11:14 am, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Guys, I see DPP made a bunch of commits last night. Something

[Lift] Re: Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
I can verify that the issue causing this is: 703a728af05fddda0f8c5e302cce21a9dc065b54 Can we please back this change out as this is affecting ALL lift applications Cheers, Tim On Feb 24, 1:09 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Scratch that, it just does this all the time

Re: [Lift] Re: Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
in master. Wait for Hudson to respin. Committers, sorry for direct commit to master and breaking the rule but Tim's need was urgent. Have done quick smoke test locally. - Indrajit On 24/02/10 6:56 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: I can verify that the issue causing

[Lift] Re: Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
To clarify, im wondering who reviewed this on RB and gave it a ship it? A simple test would have shown it to be broken ;-) Cheers, Tim PS: thanks Indrajit for your concern :-) On Feb 24, 1:57 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Yeah I already fixed it locally to work around

[Lift] Re: [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
...@gmail.com wrote: Tim, you can also pin to certain snapshot dates I believe (-SNAPSHOT versions are actually -MMDDHHMMSS), if something in the future breaks you. -Ross On Feb 24, 2010, at 6:14 AM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Guys, I see DPP made a bunch of commits last night. Something

Re: [Lift] [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
(one, it turns out that didn't include a script.) I will be more careful with stuff that could break all things in the future. Thanks, David PS -- Thanks Indrajit for reversing the commit. On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 3:14 AM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Guys, I

Re: [Lift] [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
Right - I just want to add to what David wrote below: To clarify, yes, I moaned and bitched about this today because it was causing me immediate hassle and heat from other people in my workplace. However, Lift on the whole is vastly more stable than any codebase i've ever worked with

Re: [Lift] This is the style of SQL persistence that I like ...

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
Agreed - its nice. The var's are a little unsettling though... shame there is not a way to make it more immutable. Cheers, Tim On 24 Feb 2010, at 17:35, David Pollak wrote: Yeah. It's good stuff. Would love to see it integrated with Mapper/Record (so it's not looking at var fields, but

Re: [Lift] [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
The mental image of you wearing a traffic cone on your head is a pleasing one David :-D Cheers, Tim On 24 Feb 2010, at 20:20, David Pollak wrote: and those that circumvent that process (including me) should wear the cone of shame. -- You received this message because you are subscribed

[Lift] Re: This is the style of SQL persistence that I like ...

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
jim.barr...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.euwrote: Agreed - its nice. The var's are a little unsettling though... shame there is not a way to make it more immutable. Wouldn't the new copy functionality of case classes in 2.8 take

Re: [Lift] Re: This is the style of SQL persistence that I like ...

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
Whilst I totally take that argument, more often than not I find migrations can be a useful aid. Cheers, Tim On 24 Feb 2010, at 20:47, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen wrote: That's true. We're currently using Rails migrations and I've been thinking if putting migrations into the app is really the

Re: [Lift] [urgent] Master is fundamentally broken!!!!!!

2010-02-24 Thread Timothy Perrett
the cone of (process) shame looks like! -Ross On Feb 24, 2010, at 3:36 PM, David Pollak wrote: On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 12:29 PM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: The mental image of you wearing a traffic cone on your head is a pleasing one David :-D http

Re: [Lift] Re: LiftRules.jQueryVersion ... :(

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
No, sounds good Marius... go for it. Cheers, Tim On 23 Feb 2010, at 11:00, Marius wrote: I opened this ticket: http://www.assembla.com/spaces/liftweb/tickets/363-liftrules-jqueryversion-should-not-be-there- I realize that this would bring a slight breaking change but I believe it is

[Lift] What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
Hey all, I see the LDAP has finally been committed... what is it doing in modules? Its a read / write to LDAP based on record... shouldn't it be in persistence? Cheers, Tim -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Lift group. To post to this group, send

[Lift] Re: What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
. -Ross On Feb 23, 2010, at 2:12 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Hey all, I see the LDAP has finally been committed... what is it doing in modules? Its a read / write to LDAP based on record... shouldn't it be in persistence? Cheers, Tim -- You received this message because you

[Lift] Re: What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
but we don't use MegaProtoUser. Thanks D. On Feb 23, 8:15 pm, Ross Mellgren dri...@gmail.com wrote: There's no record code in there -- it uses mapper in fact. I think this is just for auth. -Ross On Feb 23, 2010, at 2:12 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Hey all, I see the LDAP

[Lift] Re: What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
record backend at work, so I may write one in the future ;-) -Ross On Feb 23, 2010, at 3:00 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Oh yeah, you are right Ross! Doh... in that case, might have to do some refactoring on that module to give it a more functional style. Cheers, Tim On Feb 23, 7

Re: [Lift] Re: What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
23, 2010, at 3:14 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Seems like the current lift-ldap ought to be gutted and turned into a pure LDAP wrapper for scala. Then we can add a record abstraction and any other abstractions people want. Cheers, Tim On Feb 23, 8:07 pm, Ross Mellgren dri...@gmail.com wrote

Re: [Lift] Re: What is LDAP doing in modules?

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
preparing for a short trip this weekend so my spare time this week is short. If you didn't have a book to write I'd make you do it! ;-) -Ross On Feb 23, 2010, at 3:40 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Ross my good man, did you just volunteer? :-D +1 on the MegaUberRobotTronFromOuterSpace

Re: [Lift] Re: LiftRules.jQueryVersion ... :(

2010-02-23 Thread Timothy Perrett
towards JsArtifacts. Anyways the proposed fix for #363 is on the review board now. Essentially the JsArtifacts implementation owns the path rewriting rules now for its own domain. Br's, Marius On 23 feb., 22:04, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Jon, did it go through

Re: [Lift] Re: Documenting the source code / supplementing the API docs

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
Scaladoc2 or prior) David? Stuart. On Feb 19, 4:11 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: This could work - although, some parts of lift are very non-trivial and require good knowledge of lift internals. Do you have such knowledge or are you just hoping to contribute where you can

Re: [Lift] Re: London Lift talk

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
The problem is that im based in the westcountry... so its more getting there in the first instance if im not in the city for work. Cheers, Tim On 22 Feb 2010, at 17:04, Richard Dallaway wrote: There'll be a trip to the pub after, if that's any use as an incentive to come along :-) --

Re: [Lift] Re: Setting run mode for Lift applications

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
Whilst we are talking about Props, I wouldn't mind seeing a level of abstraction on Props so that it can load stuff from things other than .props files. For instance, Im using configgy more and more these days as its much more preferable to properties files for app configuration. Anyone got

Re: [Lift] Re: Setting run mode for Lift applications

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
configgy to date. Cheers, Tim On 22 Feb 2010, at 18:51, David Pollak wrote: On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 10:42 AM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Whilst we are talking about Props, I wouldn't mind seeing a level of abstraction on Props so that it can load stuff from things

Re: [Lift] anybody used OPA?

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
This is related to Lift how? It appears to be a framework itself... Cheers, Tim On 22 Feb 2010, at 19:51, Raoul Duke wrote: http://mlstate.com -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Lift group. To post to this group, send email to

Re: [Lift] Lift tool survey

2010-02-22 Thread Timothy Perrett
Mads, What is your timeline? I have something cooking with the boys over at SBT if your interested... we have laid the ground work and made modifications to SBT itself but it requires an implementation on the Lift side (of which we have I fairly good plan for) Interested? Ping me off list

Re: [Lift] Versions: Netbeans, Scala and Lift

2010-02-21 Thread Timothy Perrett
For the OP, Read: Binary incompatible and totally inoperable between even micro releases. Cheers, Tim On 21 Feb 2010, at 21:51, Ross Mellgren wrote: Keep in mind that Scala is extremely version sensitive and not backward compatible. -- You received this message because you are subscribed

Re: [Lift] Re: London Lift talk

2010-02-20 Thread Timothy Perrett
Man, I really must try and drag my ass along to this... Video would be good though as its more than likely i'll miss it due to work Cheers, Tim On 20 Feb 2010, at 21:49, Marius wrote: Neat ! ... will there be any video ? Br's, Marius On 20 feb., 22:22, andy andy1...@gmail.com wrote:

Re: [Lift] Re: Setting run mode for Lift applications

2010-02-20 Thread Timothy Perrett
The former is a lift idiom that we use for everything configurable... Lets look into doing that. Jeppe: Are you willing to investigate this / take the lead? Cheers, Tim On 20 Feb 2010, at 17:47, Petr Pudlak wrote: If I understand it correctly, you suggest to have a function-type field

Re: [Lift] Documenting the source code / supplementing the API docs

2010-02-19 Thread Timothy Perrett
This could work - although, some parts of lift are very non-trivial and require good knowledge of lift internals. Do you have such knowledge or are you just hoping to contribute where you can with helpful information? Both are good, just trying to establish what you had in mind. Lift-util

Re: [Lift] Another convert

2010-02-18 Thread Timothy Perrett
Someone ought to tell them that they have their quotes wrong... Odersky did not say that, Galpin did. Martin actually said: The interest and excitement about Scala continues to grow. It's great to see Lift reaching the 1.0 milestone as this is a proof point for the maturity of Scala as a

Re: [Lift] Implementing You are here:

2010-02-18 Thread Timothy Perrett
Jeppe, you forgot to mention that the OP needs to implement their sitemap ;) Cheers, Tim On 18 Feb 2010, at 14:38, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen wrote: On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 3:33 PM, Julian Backes julianbac...@googlemail.com wrote: Hi, I want to implement something like You are here: Root -

Re: [Lift] Re: Another convert

2010-02-18 Thread Timothy Perrett
the Lift site. http://liftweb.net/quotes.html Shall I change them? On Feb 18, 7:41 am, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Someone ought to tell them that they have their quotes wrong... Odersky did not say that, Galpin did. Martin actually said: The interest and excitement

Re: [Lift] setuid

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
I would recommend using Nginx or similar up front and using a reverse proxy setup - it is the most optiomal solution as Nginx can handle a vast number more connections than Jetty so it makes scaling your app easier on a single machine. Cheers, Tim On 17 Feb 2010, at 15:11, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen

[Lift] [urgent] Broken lift-record

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
Guys, Something strange is happening in Lift Record now - I have production work that for some reason is now not behaving the way it should. The custom record implementation that I have relies on knowing the field name, and for some reason, it appears to not be being set: (where Visitor is an

[Lift] Re: [urgent] Broken lift-record

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
that its just a problem with set(param) ? Cheers, Tim On Feb 17, 5:46 pm, Ross Mellgren dri...@gmail.com wrote: I'm starting to look at this. Do you have a repro case? -Ross On Feb 17, 2010, at 12:41 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Guys, Something strange is happening in Lift Record now - I have

[Lift] Re: [urgent] Broken lift-record

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
and setFromString in the set department? -Ross On Feb 17, 2010, at 12:51 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Not a generic one - to reproduce it you would need my custom record implementation and access to internal work servers (neither of which I can give out). I have just realised however that the name

[Lift] Re: [urgent] Broken lift-record

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
have IM? We could cycle faster. -Ross On Feb 17, 2010, at 1:02 PM, Timothy Perrett wrote: The field in question is a subtype of: sealed abstract class TextADORField[OwnerType : Record[OwnerType]] (rec: OwnerType)    extends ADORField[OwnerType, String](rec){  def setFromString(s

Re: [Lift] Context path, proxies Lift

2010-02-17 Thread Timothy Perrett
Yeah, tbh, i've always worked around the issue using relative urls... but I wasn't sure how much of an issue that was for you (in a big codebase, going around converting links is not something you want to have to do). Glad that worked for you Cheers, Tim On 17 Feb 2010, at 19:43, Jeppe

Re: [Lift] Context path, proxies Lift

2010-02-16 Thread Timothy Perrett
Contact me privatly with your IM adress and lets chat about it Jeppe - I'm doing something similar with helicon (windows proxy) and it's working fine. I'm traveling now but will be about later Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 16 Feb 2010, at 10:01, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen je...@ingolfs.dk

Re: [Lift] Context path, proxies Lift

2010-02-16 Thread Timothy Perrett
Mellgren dri...@gmail.com wrote: Any chance you could have this discussion on-list to increase the general knowledge about it? -Ross On Feb 16, 2010, at 8:50 AM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Contact me privatly with your IM adress and lets chat about it Jeppe - I'm doing something similar

Re: [Lift] Re: thread [Image upload and serving example]

2010-02-16 Thread Timothy Perrett
Yes, it's the age. It's stops people dragging up mega old threads and i would imagine it's something archive related in google groups Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 16 Feb 2010, at 14:46, Luke Nezda lne...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Ross! This was helpful. - Luke p.s. Anyone know why

[Lift] Lift Record

2010-02-15 Thread Timothy Perrett
Debasish just posted this: http://debasishg.blogspot.com/2010/02/why-i-dont-like-activerecord-for-domain.html Interesting feedback especially regarding the current design of Record... Cheers, Tim -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Lift group. To post

Re: [Lift] Nginx, Jetty multiple contexts

2010-02-15 Thread Timothy Perrett
:03, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen wrote: On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 12:40 AM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: The context header stuff was removed because it was tottlay broke ;-) Check LiftRules for the context calculator - you should be able to dynamically set it from whatever value you

Re: [Lift] Nginx, Jetty multiple contexts

2010-02-15 Thread Timothy Perrett
PM, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: In boot: LiftRules.calculateContextPath = () = Full(/yourcontext) Oh, that was easy :-) I'll try it out late today Im not using NGINX for that particular application as we use windows at work, so I cant share a config file

Re: [Lift] Lift Record

2010-02-15 Thread Timothy Perrett
:34 AM, Timothy Perrett wrote: Debasish just posted this: http://debasishg.blogspot.com/2010/02/why-i-dont-like-activerecord-for-domain.html Interesting feedback especially regarding the current design of Record... Cheers, Tim -- You received this message because you are subscribed

Re: [Lift] Re: How do I build reusable modules for lift?

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
Generally, the module can look after its own concerns (for instance lift rules dispatching). However, the main wire up must be completed by the consumer rather than any classpath magic. Yes, LiftRules does support multiple add to package calls. I would put the addToPackage call in your module,

Re: [Lift] Page transition using location.replace

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
Why? What would be a good reason for doing this...? On 14 Feb 2010, at 08:06, aw wrote: Is there a way to do a page transition using location.replace? In some cases, I am interested in not having the back button function. I think I am looking for an SHtml.link variation that leverages

Re: [Lift] File Download

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
See: http://blog.getintheloop.eu/2009/3/19/understanding-lift-s-streamingresponse Construct the CSV in memory and just then stuff it into a streaming response as a byte array. Cheers, Tim On 14 Feb 2010, at 16:18, Gang wrote: Hi, I have a question and it may not be a pure Lift one. But

Re: [Lift] Improvements to Lift-Json

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
I dont mean to be overly pedantic, but that would be a fork - not a branch ;-) Cheers, Tim On 14 Feb 2010, at 17:19, John A. De Goes wrote: You can find the branch here: http://github.com/jdegoes/liftweb -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: [Lift] Re: Page transition using location.replace

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
if the user hits the back button, then the user can resubmit the action. Sometimes, that could be dangerous or confusing. On Feb 14, 4:14 am, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Why? What would be a good reason for doing this...? On 14 Feb 2010, at 08:06, aw wrote: Is there a way

Re: [Lift] Nginx, Jetty multiple contexts

2010-02-14 Thread Timothy Perrett
The context header stuff was removed because it was tottlay broke ;-) Check LiftRules for the context calculator - you should be able to dynamically set it from whatever value you want. I'll post an example tomorrow if you need one. Cheers, Tim Sent from my iPhone On 14 Feb 2010, at

Re: [Lift] Re: very excited about 2.0

2010-02-13 Thread Timothy Perrett
into the article. Thanks, Zach On Feb 11, 2:05 pm, Jeppe Nejsum Madsen je...@ingolfs.dk wrote: Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu writes: Its not everything, but it'll give you a general idea: http://scala-tools.org/mvnsites-snapshots/liftweb/changes-report.html And don't forget

Re: [Lift] Re: JsCmds disabled inputs do not submit information

2010-02-13 Thread Timothy Perrett
Correct - they don't. Sent from my iPhone On 14 Feb 2010, at 00:24, ngocdaothanh ngocdaoth...@gmail.com wrote: I think it is the browsers that don't send values of disabled inputs. On Feb 14, 2:46 am, Marius marius.dan...@gmail.com wrote: I don't think right now that this is a Lift problem.

[Lift] Re: lift-couchdb pushed to master

2010-02-12 Thread Timothy Perrett
Congratulations Ross. Cheers, Tim On Feb 12, 5:07 am, Ross Mellgren dri...@gmail.com wrote: I've just pushed the CouchDB integration using Lift-JSON and Dispatch that I've talked about on the list a couple times before. It has a couple pieces:   - A straight JSON integration to CouchDB

Re: [Lift] Re: Cached CSS (and Javascript?) issue

2010-02-12 Thread Timothy Perrett
This is pretty much what rails does. Straight from github: link href=/stylesheets/bundle_common.css?7371c81fbc6b010a32fb11b42a0fc322c3c57863 media=screen rel=stylesheet type=text/css / link href=/stylesheets/bundle_github.css?7371c81fbc6b010a32fb11b42a0fc322c3c57863 media=screen

Re: [Lift] Problems with SBT

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
pom.xml is irrelevant if your working with SBT. Please show your project.scala Cheers, Tim On 11 Feb 2010, at 16:24, Mads Hartmann wrote: Hello everyone, I was hoping I could get some help with an SBT error I'm getting: [error] /Users/Mads/Dev/logicOfScientificDiscovery/src/main/scala/

Re: [Lift] very excited about 2.0

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
Its not everything, but it'll give you a general idea: http://scala-tools.org/mvnsites-snapshots/liftweb/changes-report.html Tim On 11 Feb 2010, at 14:44, Ivan Willig wrote: Hi guys, I am getting really excited about lift 2.0 but still feel in the dark about changes in 2.0. Is there a

Re: [Lift] Re: Problems with SBT

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
Dont use lift-core as a dependency. Explicitly specify what it is you want webkit, mapper and widgets. Cheers, Tim On 11 Feb 2010, at 17:26, Mads Hartmann wrote: Thanks Tim Timothy -- properties #Project properties #Tue Feb 02 14:29:05 CET 2010 project.organization=sidewayscoding

Re: [Lift] Re: Problems with SBT

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
: value servlet is not a member of package javax [error] import _root_.javax.servlet.http.{HttpServletRequest} [error] ^ On Feb 11, 6:35 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Dont use lift-core as a dependency. Explicitly specify what it is you want

Re: [Lift] Re: lifecycle callbacks in record

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
LOL Yeah that would be a bit of a problem!! Out of interest, what Record backend are you trying to use? Cheers, Tim On 11 Feb 2010, at 21:57, harryh wrote: OK kids. Here's a lesson for you. Don't mix Mapper and Record in the same file! Cause if you do, you might do something like this:

Re: [Lift] Re: lifecycle callbacks in record

2010-02-11 Thread Timothy Perrett
Oh thats epic. I didnt know that even existed... Lots of cool little projects kicking up at the moment! Cheers, Tim On 11 Feb 2010, at 22:17, harryh wrote: Yeah that would be a bit of a problem!! Out of interest, what Record backend are you trying to use?

Re: [Lift] Snippet with no reflection an no massive case statement

2010-02-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
So you don't want to write any explicit mapping, and you don't want to use reflection??? How would you propose Lift know what your asking for? Im afraid voodoo is not yet compatible with the JVM ;-) Cheers, Tim On 9 Feb 2010, at 16:54, Hugo Palma wrote: I just read

[Lift] Re: Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
quite understand what you mean by page is scoped to a single snippet and that invalidates that you have a resource bundle per page. Sorry is this is clear to everyone else but i'm new with Lift so i'm still grasping basic concepts. On Feb 8, 10:49 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu

[Lift] Re: Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
Come to think of it - if you really wanted to have a resource bundle for each page... you could do that using the resource bundle factories I listed earlier. Cheers, Tim On Feb 9, 5:38 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: The analogy would be MVC controllers... the index method

Re: [Lift] Re: Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
resource bundle in LiftRules.resourceNames. Although not critical this could easily be replace with automatic bindle discovery like i suggested. On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 17:38, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: The analogy would be MVC controllers... the index method has an index

Re: [Lift] Re: Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-09 Thread Timothy Perrett
for further discussion or do we just let it be ? On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 18:43, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: Appreciate where you are coming from, however, the defaults are working quite well so perhaps it would be frugal to break some other boxed configurations into lift

Re: [Lift] Re: Forcing Authentication not working

2010-02-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
You need to be registered on assembla and watching the Lift space - we do that to avoid spam Cheers, Tim On 8 Feb 2010, at 09:18, aw wrote: On Feb 7, 11:31 pm, Marius marius.dan...@gmail.com wrote: Please open a defect herehttp://www.assembla.com/spaces/liftweb/tickets Would love to, but

Re: [Lift] Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
That wouldn't work for Lift as it assumes a page is scoped to a single snippet. It works with Tapestry because its an MVC framework. Lift is *not* MVC. Have you seen LiftRules.resourceBundleFactories ? Cheers, Tim On 8 Feb 2010, at 22:11, Hugo Palma wrote: Lift only support global

Re: [Lift] Submit form on enter in textarea

2010-02-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
In a textarea?!! Why on earth would you want to do that? I would imagine that you would need to use some kind of JQuery event binding that subsequently triggered an XHR form submit; you'd have to implement this as a JSON form on the server side id imagine though as im not sure how you'd hook

Re: [Lift] Re: HTTP Reason Phrase

2010-02-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
something that would be nice to have. I think some hack could be made with sendError(int, String) and web.xml config, but that would be worse than using the deprecated method. Erkki L On Feb 7, 11:20 pm, Timothy Perrett timo...@getintheloop.eu wrote: I agree Ross... I would be very reluctant

Re: [Lift] Support for page and snippet level localization

2010-02-08 Thread Timothy Perrett
Generally I find that to be only of use when needed specific adjustments to templates. For instance, english vs german... the german language is significantly more verbose so requires different div heights etc sometimes. Its not generally a strategy one adopts for their entire localisation

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