Jim Fulton wrote:
On Jun 11, 2008, at 12:09 PM, Martijn Faassen wrote:
I saw Jim started work on a zc.yuiresource, but then stopped before it
did anything useful. I assume it was going to make the YUI libraries
available as a resource library. The strategy would be to check in a
release of YUI, add the right ZCML, and then release the whole thing
as an egg.
But before any of that happened, Jim stopped. Jim, is there any
special reason this work didn't continue?
Yes, I got bogged down trying to decide how to make it work. :)
Unlike Ext, YUI is distributed as lots of individual files. To know
which ones to load, you have to know their dependencies, or you have to
use the loader. In the short term, I decided to just use the loader
*and* use files hosted off the YUI site.
Ah, yes. I don't like the loader but that's mostly because you can't use
it for your own extensions as far as I could figure out. It centralizes
what depends on what instead of putting it into the individual .js
files. I don't like manually loading dependencies either of course. :)
I can't use the files hosted off the YUI site in my deployment, as web
applications can run locally.
I was just thinking about making the minimal thing work; have the
ability to publish the stuff locally as a resource library directory or
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