Gallery tool refactoring complete
jonathan.hung at utoronto.ca
Thu Jun 7 19:43:44 UTC 2007
With some recent updates to the templates and Dojo code, the Lightbox is
once again functioning as we expect with respect to the new directory
structure. I've also updated the Development Wiki page to reflect these
If anyone has any problems with this, please report them to the Fluid-Work
mailing list. The up side of this refactoring is that we can test without
having Tomcat running, which speeds up processing and development immensely.
Thanks so much for doing this! The refactoring and the maven 1 & 2 build
files help a lot.
On 06/06/07, Antranig Basman <antranig at caret.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> I have finished this round of bashing the gallery code - the project
> which was "gallery-lightbox" has been recast as a self-contained WAR,
> which has led to major file structure changes. In particular there is
> now a single copy of the file which was "Lightbox.html" across the
> two projects (gallery + components) which is intended to be both
> the previewable filesystem-based demo of the component as well as the
> runtime template used by the evolver (now a producer).
> This file is at
> Use this one for all future changes to the definition of the
> I have checked out a local copy of dojo into the webapp at
> which was the nightly build I got from the reference on the Fluid
> Lightbox component page.
> Something is currently stopping the component actually working properly,
> which I refer to the dojo experts here - it may simply be that the
> nightly build is bad.
> Once we fix this, the test cases and preview should simply run from
> the filesystem, rather than requiring the complex build steps on
> the project page and also a servlet container.
> There is also currently some kind of issue with the markup layout
> in the rendered output which makes the image thumbs very long and
> high. If anyone wants to see this who is not capable of building
> and running the tool I will be happy to supply some rendered source
> so people can take a look.
> In the meantime work will carry on on the persistence reordering
> functionality, but the general file and project layout is stable
> once more.
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Jonathan Hung / jonathan.hung at utoronto.ca
University of Toronto - ATRC
Tel: (416) 946-8312
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