[Radiant] [Possible bug] Page cache not cleared when deleting page

2008-06-10 Thread jsmorris
Is anyone else seeing this on radiant 0.6.7? If you delete a page and then view the page it still renders. Not until you go edit and save another page, does the deleted page get cleared. Steps to reproduce 1. Create page test 2. view page test on site 3. delete page test 4. view page test

[Radiant] Using Radiant for a blog

2008-06-10 Thread Martin Sadler
Hi Folks, I'm thinking of using Radiant to power my blog. I'm mailing to find out if anybody else has had success using Radiant for this purpose? and also in particular what extensions you would recommend installing? Scanning GitHub and the documentation wiki so far I have: * Paginated Archive

[Radiant] Re: Re: What's the proper way to update an extension?

2008-06-10 Thread Arik Jones
In terms of pulling down repos and updating a cloned repo, git is more trouble than its worth. Tolerable nonetheless. Sean Cribbs wrote: Ben, If you did a plain clone originally, run `git pull origin master`. Sean -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Re: [Radiant] [Possible bug] Page cache not cleared when deleting page

2008-06-10 Thread Sean Cribbs
Jason, Yes, please file this on Trac as a bug. Sean jsmorris wrote: Is anyone else seeing this on radiant 0.6.7? If you delete a page and then view the page it still renders. Not until you go edit and save another page, does the deleted page get cleared. Steps to reproduce 1. Create page

Re: [Radiant] Using Radiant for a blog

2008-06-10 Thread danny q.
How about trackbacks? Is there an extension that can send and receive trackbacks from other blogs? --danny Martin Sadler wrote: Hi Folks, I'm thinking of using Radiant to power my blog. I'm mailing to find out if anybody else has had success using Radiant for this purpose? and also in

Re: [Radiant] Using Radiant for a blog

2008-06-10 Thread richard apodaca
Hello Martin, I've written a little about my experience with using Radiant for a blog-like content here: http://depth-first.com/articles/2007/11/07/paginated-archives-in-radiant-cms-the-power-of-minimal-but-extendable-systems But recently, I've started using Simple Log, which I now think would

[Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread David Piehler
I'd like to begin my work on extending the Radiant documentation, but before that I'd like to get an idea of what others on this mailing list are specifically planning to do so we don't duplicate effort. Overall Goals: * Make Radiant easier to setup for beginners via better wiki documentation *

[Radiant] Re: Re: tag documentation feedback

2008-06-10 Thread David Piehler
Mohit Sindhwani wrote: OK, I admit it. It's me. I'm the evil one! I really need to find the time to get back to the mini-project for Radiant documentation. I have been completely missing in action, working on an unrelated work project. But, I hope to get back to the Radiant documentation

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Mohit Sindhwani
David Piehler wrote: I'd like to begin my work on extending the Radiant documentation, but before that I'd like to get an idea of what others on this mailing list are specifically planning to do so we don't duplicate effort. Overall Goals: * Make Radiant easier to setup for beginners via

[Radiant] Re: Re: What's the proper way to update an extension?

2008-06-10 Thread Ben Morrow
Sean Cribbs wrote: If you did a plain clone originally, run `git pull origin master`. Tried this and I got a list of all the files followed by : needs update. Then the final output line was fatal: Entry 'README' not uptodate. Cannot merge.. Checking my Extensions page in the admin UI, it

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Jim Gay
I'm experimenting with an idea for help documentation as an extension. It obviously shouldn't cover getting up and runnining since you'd only see it once you are running. I was going to wait until this was more complete until throwing it out there to the entire community, but since there's

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Chris Parrish
That's awesome, Jim. I know it's something John has talked about adding into Radiant core. He's got some good UI ideas about how to make that most useful -- you might talk to him about it. A Radiant Help system is also the reason why I like Mohit's breakdown -- but with a slight tweak. If

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Sean Cribbs
David, Sounds like a great plan. One thing that had been mentioned in the BoF session at RailsConf was screencasts. Anyone willing to make one -- of decent quality and utility of course -- can submit it to me or John and we'll post it on the main Radiant site. Sean David Piehler wrote:

[Radiant] New fragment caching extension

2008-06-10 Thread Wes Bangerter
I've created a small extension do to fragment caching in Radiant, using something like: r:cache name=unique_name time=60 This content will get cached for 60 minutes. /r:cache There's a little more info at http://www.mokisystems.com/blog/fragment-caching-with-radiant-cms/ And the code is

Re: [Radiant] any way to dynamically populate r:random?

2008-06-10 Thread john muhl
I have to admit that rspec is still a bit intimidating, so I'm not sure this is exactly the sort of spec you were looking for. Feel free to point out everything that's wrong here and I'll try again. === --- standard_tags_spec.rb +++ standard_tags_spec.rb @@ -383,6 +383,13 @@ it 'r:random

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Mohit Sindhwani
Sean Cribbs wrote: David, Sounds like a great plan. One thing that had been mentioned in the BoF session at RailsConf was screencasts. Anyone willing to make one -- of decent quality and utility of course -- can submit it to me or John and we'll post it on the main Radiant site. Sean

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Sean Cribbs
Mohit, I liked CamStudio on Windows, but I don't know if it's easily available anymore. Sean Mohit Sindhwani wrote: Sean Cribbs wrote: David, Sounds like a great plan. One thing that had been mentioned in the BoF session at RailsConf was screencasts. Anyone willing to make one -- of

Re: [Radiant] Radiant documentation - summer reboot

2008-06-10 Thread Jim Gay
Try Jing http://www.jingproject.com/ I'm not sure if it will work for this purpose, but I've used it to create short demos for various projects. On Jun 10, 2008, at 11:35 PM, Sean Cribbs wrote: Mohit, I liked CamStudio on Windows, but I don't know if it's easily available anymore.