Re: Syncing files with designers

2012-12-06 Thread Edgar Merino
Thanks again for the response. For the first part I had it already figured out, but having a concrete example is always helpful. We thought the same - but this not manageable with more than 50 files in one folder. So we decide to use folders - as already mentioned. Perhaps I'll write a

Re: Syncing files with designers

2012-12-05 Thread Edgar Merino
Hello Jan, that seems like a good approach. However, I think I'm missing something: since every WebPage in wicket has straight access to resources located in the web root (that is, every path reference in the page's markup is relative to the web root), I would like to avoid using folders to

Re: Syncing files with designers

2012-12-05 Thread Jan Riehn
Hello Edgar, I think I'm missing something: since every WebPage in wicket has straight access to resources located in the web root (that is, every path reference in the page's markup is relative to the web root) Wicket is able to locate resources outside of the web application: This could

Syncing files with designers

2012-12-04 Thread Edgar Merino
Hello, I would like our designers to work with a simple folder structure on our application pages markup, and we would like to avoid including java source code files with the files we share with them. What is the best way to do this? I though about implementing a custom ResourceStreamLocator,

Re: Syncing files with designers

2012-12-04 Thread Martin Grigorov
Hi Edgar, Yes, this is the way to go. On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 9:04 AM, Edgar Merino donvo...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I would like our designers to work with a simple folder structure on our application pages markup, and we would like to avoid including java source code files with the files