advice on instructions for the builder page
Laurel A. Williams
laurel.williams at utoronto.ca
Wed Sep 23 16:17:02 UTC 2009
Thanks so much for your help on the text.
Regarding your second point, you are correct that we want to provide the
ability to have "exclusions" as are allowed with the command line
However, this requires some significant designer cycles as the interface
for this is not intuitive. The Infusion Builder as it stands now,
provides basic functionality and is a great first step in that
direction. People who need the extra functionality of exclusions will
still need to use the command line tool (this may be something to add to
the explanation on the website).
Anastasia Cheetham wrote:
> On 23-Sep-09, at 11:13 AM, Laurel A. Williams wrote:
>> I'm hoping that the Fluid community members will comment on how best
>> to describe this tool
> I'll give some thought to some verbiage for this...
>> - The download package will automatically include all required
>> dependencies, even if you have unchecked them. For instance if you
>> select the "Fluid Infusion Framework", but then unselect "jQuery",
>> you will still get jQuery in your download package
> Really?? That's surprising (and really not intuitive). I guess I
> understand, though I wonder if the third-party stuff might be an
> exception to this. I thought that at least *part* of the motivation
> for a custom build tool was for the case of people who already have
> jQuery, and don't want to have to download another copy.
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