[Radiant] How to order articles by date in the back-end?

2008-09-25 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I'm really new to Radiant, so I might have missed something basic.. however I was unable to find the answer when looking around for a while. I find it a bit strange that Radiant shows article ordered by title in the admin back-end by default. Is there at least an easy way to change

Re: [Radiant] How to order articles by date in the back-end?

2008-09-26 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
On Sep 26, 2008, at 09:47 , Mohit Sindhwani wrote: Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi and thanks for the quick answer! On Sep 26, 2008, at 07:14 , Jim Gay wrote: Just to prevent any confusion, its the 'default_order' plugin, not extension And take a look at http://github.com/avonderluft/radiant

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-07 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I'm actually looking the very same thing. I found this howto http://casperfabricius.com/site/2008/05/24/radiant-cms-on-dreamhost-with-phusion-passenger/ , but I got stuck trying to get Capistrano at different stages of the process (didn't succeed nor give in yet). Anyhow, Capistrano

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-07 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
On Oct 8, 2008, at 24:31 , Bill Barnard wrote: On Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 04:50:33PM -0400, Jay Levitt wrote: Bill Barnard wrote: I'm working on a pair of sites for a client that will be on two subdomains and hosted on a shared host (Dreamhost). I thought the multi-site extension would be ideal

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-07 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
On Oct 8, 2008, at 24:34 , Bill Barnard wrote: On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 12:29:04AM +0300, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I'm actually looking the very same thing. I found this howto http://casperfabricius.com/site/2008/05/24/radiant-cms-on-dreamhost-with-phusion-passenger/ , but I got stuck

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-07 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Phusion for the wiki but real work always seems to take precedence. Adam On 7-Oct-08, at 2:47 PM, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: On Oct 8, 2008, at 24:34 , Bill Barnard wrote: On Wed, Oct 08, 2008 at 12:29:04AM +0300, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I'm actually looking the very same thing. I found

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-07 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
On Oct 8, 2008, at 01:10 , Josh French wrote: I'm working on a pair of sites for a client that will be on two subdomains and hosted on a shared host (Dreamhost). I thought the multi-site extension would be ideal for that but have not yet figured out how to do this under Phusion Passenger, the

[Radiant] Using Radiant unpacked?

2008-10-08 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I've been trying to use Radiant unpacked with Dreamhost. But I fail to get it working, maybe I'm doing something wrong... but I failed to find any good howto. I unpacked Radiant into my Radiant app's vendor/gems/ folder using gem unpack radiant. (I'm not 100% sure where I should

Re: [Radiant] multiple domains under Phusion Passenger

2008-10-08 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I tried playing around a bit with the multi_site extension. Two questions came to me: 1. Are you in any way able to give an ordinary user access to edit all sites? (Checkboxes instead of a dropdown menu would be better when granting access sites, then you could pick exactly which

Re: [Radiant] Hide stylesheets and RSS-templates from user? (+ multi_site editing for users)

2008-10-14 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
.) cheers, Simon Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I'd like to hide the RSS-template and stylesheets from the ordinary user (ie. not developer or administrator), how do I do this? For the stylesheets I can just put them as hard-coded files in public/ stylesheets/site.ltd/ but the RSS-template can't

[Radiant] Any easy way to extract sites from multi-site installation?

2008-10-26 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I've been doing a bit of testing I've found that an instance of Radiant +Rails easily eats up up to 80MB of memory for a while when using mod_rails, after a while one of the processes dies and about half of the memory usage is left hanging for quite some time. (I'm using Dreamhost

[Radiant] Re: Any easy way to extract sites from multi-site installation?

2008-10-27 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
it wouldn't work, do you see any problems with this approach? cheers, Simon On Oct 27, 2008, at 03:21 , Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I've been doing a bit of testing I've found that an instance of Radiant+Rails easily eats up up to 80MB of memory for a while when using mod_rails, after

[Radiant] What mailer extension to use?

2008-11-10 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! If I'd like to make a simple order form in Radiant, what extension should I use? I found this one that seems to be at a pretty early stage in development, or at least it's not listed at ext.radiantcms.org yet: http://github.com/radiant/radiant-mailer-extension/tree/master I also found

Re: [Radiant] Using Radiant unpacked?

2008-11-10 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
on DH. Med venlig hilsen / Best regards, Casper Fabricius http://casperfabricius.com On 08/10/2008, at 15:44, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I've been trying to use Radiant unpacked with Dreamhost. But I fail to get it working, maybe I'm doing something wrong... but I failed to find any good

Re: [Radiant] Using Radiant unpacked?

2008-11-10 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
. What happens if you need to upgrade Radiant for one of your applications, but need to keep another application on an older Radiant version? It's no problem if Radiant (and the rest of the libraries you use) are bundled up with the application. Joe On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:15 AM, Simon Rönnqvist

Re: [Radiant] Using Radiant unpacked?

2008-11-11 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
library, I try to package up that library with my application. Joe On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 2:19 PM, Simon Rönnqvist [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK, so for what purpose was Radiant made a gem then? :) And is there any easy way to move an installation from/to being a repo-version to/from an installation

[Radiant] How to use the r:mailer:if_success-tag?

2008-11-13 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I tried to figure out how to use the r:mailer:if_success-tag, but couldn't find any effect no matter where I put it in the form template... and no matter what I used as a redirect_to (I also tried without one and having the form page as the redirect_to page). I used it like this:

Re: [Radiant] Can Radiant be really easy to use for non-technical content editors?

2008-11-19 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Yes some WymEditor + paperclipped combination could be really cool. I've never really used WymEditor for any of my clients.. but I've tried both Markdown and a tightly configured TinyMCE (which would be pretty close to WymEditor). With Markdown I've seen that the content remains

Re: [Radiant] Can Radiant be really easy to use for non-technical content editors? (OT: About tight TinyMCE configuration)

2008-11-20 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
the user to select the appropriate template when clicking Add Child. I'll let you know if I make any interesting discoveries along the way. Med venlig hilsen / Best regards, Casper Fabricius http://casperfabricius.com On 19/11/2008, at 10.19, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! Yes some WymEditor

Re: [Radiant] Can Radiant be really easy to use for non-technical content editors?

2008-11-20 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Personally I feel that Markdown is easier to learn for noobs, and would really have liked to see your extension done with Markdown. However, maybe your toolbar makes the reduces the differences in ease of use between Markdown and Textile. Maybe even Textile is better in conection

Re: [Radiant] Can Radiant be really easy to use for non-technical content editors?

2008-11-20 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I installed your extension along with the other extensions that you made + page_attachments. I ran rake migrate:db:extensions and everything seemed to go fine... I also saw them show up under Extensions in Radiant. However, no toolbar ever showed up for me, and below the content

Re: [Radiant] Can Radiant be really easy to use for non-technical content editors?

2008-11-20 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
). Unfortunately, textile_editor is meeting my needs, so I don't have time or motivation to make that happen, but I'd welcome a fork that would! Jason On Nov 20, 2008, at 10:21 AM, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! Personally I feel that Markdown is easier to learn for noobs, and would really have liked

[Radiant] Problems installing page_attachments on multisite-installation

2008-11-21 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Since I'm intending to try out textile_filter on my Radiant- installation, that uses the multi_site extension (don't know if that one causes trouble, but on my local gem-installation I got everything working). To begin with I tried to install the dependency, page_attachments... but

Re: [Radiant] Problems installing page_attachments on multisite-installation (New problem: page_attachments_xsendfile)

2008-11-21 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
trying to migrate page_attachments On 2008/11/21, at 04:36, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! Since I'm intending to try out textile_filter on my Radiant- installation, that uses the multi_site extension (don't know if that one causes trouble, but on my local gem-installation I got everything

Re: [Radiant] easier way to do links?

2008-11-22 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! textile_editor + page_attachments allows you to easily link to files that you've uploaded. In the mail you forwarded below that's the only thing that they asked for, but of course they might want to link to other pages too. cheers, Simon On Nov 21, 2008, at 21:11 , Joe Van Dyk

Re: [Radiant] Dreamhost says Passenger ignores ENV

2008-11-26 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
I ran into the same problem when trying out the RedCloth4 extension. It seemed like Rails grabbed the RedCloth-gem that Dreamhost provides instead of the version that I installed in my local directory. However, earlier on I did get Radiant working, using the Radiant gem that I had

Re: [Radiant] If you love radiant but need ecommerce what's the best solution

2008-11-26 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I've found the shopping module Übercart for Drupal really good. Of course Drupal is PHP-based and all... but really flexible and has a lot of other modules, so very seldom I find myself coding PHP when using Drupal anyways. Generally speaking I use Drupal for more advanced sites,

[Radiant] Forcing Rails prioritize local gems on Dreamhost?

2008-12-11 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I'm trying to use the redcloth4 extension and have installed RedCloth 4.1.1 locally installed gem in my home directory on Dreamhost. Then Passenger gives me this: can't activate RedCloth (= 4.0.3, runtime), already activated RedCloth-3.0.4 It seems like it's loading the gem version

Re: [Radiant] Forcing Rails prioritize local gems on Dreamhost?

2008-12-12 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
be acceptable. Do you know any host that would do much better than this at a reasonable price (I mean I can probably not afford dedicated hosting)? On Dec 12, 2008, at 03:34 , Anton J Aylward wrote: Simon Rönnqvist said the following on 12/11/2008 07:09 PM: Hi! I'm trying to use the redcloth4

Re: [Radiant] Adding Markdown support for textile_editor?

2008-12-12 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
be fairly trivial to re-implement. Sean Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! By looking a little bit the code of textile_editor I figured that it seems that it'd just need a few changes to a couple of JS-files in order to be used with Markdown. Of course we could fork it into a new extension

Re: [Radiant] Re: Re: Drop down menus?

2009-01-10 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Yes, if you want it made up automatically then go with Sean's code... and to make that into a drop-down use this: http://www.alistapart.com/articles/dropdowns (the article has nothing to do with Radiant, it's just about CSS... but Sean's code does the Radiant part) Don't know how

[Radiant] How to check out the 0.6.9 branch?

2009-01-28 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I'm installing a new Rails site, and since I need the multi-site extension I'm unable to use 0.7.0 yet. I tried checking out the 0.6.9 branch by doing this: git clone git://github.com/radiant/radiant.git git checkout -b 0.6.9 But once Radiant is up 'n running it says This site was

Re: [Radiant] navigation tag question

2009-02-10 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I just remembered seeing this some months ago, now that I needed something like it. Great snippet, thanks! ;) Just one small comment... if someone wants to use this for CSS- dropdowns (like me), just remove the if_ancestor_or_self-tags. cheers, Simon On Oct 17, 2008, at 18:44 ,

[Radiant] How to specify which site a user can edit, when using newer versions of the multi-site extension?

2009-04-02 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I just upgraded my Multi-site installation of Radiant to 0.7.1 från 0.6.9, and of course upgraded all of the extensions too. Now all of my clients can see and edit each others' sites. In the older version of the multi-site extension I could specify which site a user would see...

[Radiant] Re: How to specify which site a user can edit, when using newer versions of the multi-site extension?

2009-04-02 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
updated February 18, 2009... but when checking the repo it hasn't been updates for quote some time. (It's OK, I don't use it... yet at least... I was just going to check it out.) cheers, Simon On Apr 3, 2009, at 24:48 , Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I just upgraded my Multi-site

Re: [Radiant] Volunteers Needed! Radiant Wiki Migration

2009-04-08 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Are we really 100% sure that we want to keep the project forever at GitHub? I mean not so long ago SVN was the standard for Rails projects, now Git is in five years something else might be. And even though we'd stick to using Git are we sure that we want to host our things at

Re: [Radiant] Volunteers Needed! Radiant Wiki Migration

2009-04-08 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
On Apr 8, 2009, at 10:49 , michael starke wrote: On 08.04.2009, at 09:33, Mohit Sindhwani wrote: Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! Are we really 100% sure that we want to keep the project forever at GitHub? I mean not so long ago SVN was the standard for Rails projects, now Git is in five

Re: [Radiant] Radiant 0.8.0 Asterism Release

2009-06-16 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! Now since we're in Rails 2.3.2, would it then be time to localize Radiant? The first step towards this would of course be to move all strings from the views into config/locales/en.yml. If I or someone at some point (when I or someone has time) would make a fork in order to apply

Re: [Radiant] Radiant 0.8.0 Asterism Release

2009-06-17 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
the views translated for German, Russian, French and Japanese. Any help is appreciated. Keith On Jun 16, 2009, at 8:58 AM, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! Now since we're in Rails 2.3.2, would it then be time to localize Radiant? The first step towards this would of course be to move all

Re: [Radiant] Radiant 0.8.0 Asterism Release

2009-06-17 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
branch on his repository for these translation files I guess we can push these files to that remote branch from where keith can merge them into master. What do you think? 2009/6/17 Simon Rönnqvist si...@iki.fi That's OK, I wasn't going to take Spanish anyways only Swedish and Finnish

[Radiant] Mailer extension not working, but doesn't give much clues why not

2009-10-15 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
Hi! I've been spending half night and half day trying to figure out why my mailer extension isn't working properly. When I hosted the site at a Dreamhost PS (using passenger) everything worked just fine. Now when hosting on a Ubuntu Hardy server running Ruby Enterprise Edition +

Re: [Radiant] Mailer extension not working, but doesn't give much clues why not

2009-10-15 Thread Simon Rönnqvist
= my.mailserver.com, :domain = example.com, :port = 25, :authentication = :plain, # or whatever you need :user_name = my.usern...@example.com, :password = abcdefg } jerry On 15.10.2009, at 14:36, Simon Rönnqvist wrote: Hi! I've been spending half night and half day trying to figure out why