Adding support for CKEditor 3.x to Inline Edit (was Re: CKEditor)
antranig.basman at colorado.edu
Tue Apr 6 11:39:54 UTC 2010
Hi Colin, this looks awesome. I support that this should be committed to
trunk and FCKEditor removed from our SVN image as soon as possible.
There is a tiny bit of cruft at line 293 in that there is a fake
declaration of fluid.inlineEdit.CKEditor.editModeRenderer but otherwise
the patch looks great.
In terms of the HTML normalisation, this was always a bit
"opportunistic" and made just as good as it needed to be to handle the
markup corruption performed by the rich text editors we already
supported. I will have a look at it now to see if I can find a
straightforward way of generalising it to handle CKEditor as well...
On 06/04/2010 02:19, Colin Clark wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've added support for CKEditor 3.x to the Rich Text Inline Editor. The patch is attached to this ticket:
> One bug I'm encountering: even when a user doesn't make any changes to the text, our HTML normalization code doesn't seem to work quite right for CKEditor. As a result, the undo widget will always appear after saving, regardless of whether the text actually changed. This strikes me as a fairly minor, though annoying, issue. Thoughts?
> This patch also includes some refactoring of InlineEditIntegrations.js, hopefully for the better. There's still more we could do. In particular, we might want to separate out each Inline Edit flavour into a separate file to keep download times low. Opinions? Should we do this for Infusion 1.2, or wait for the next release? This is a user-facing change, so we may want to do it sooner rather than later.
> I also think there's an opportunity to define a more formal interface for rich text editors. There's now clearly a pattern for how we use each of them: create an editor, get the editor associated with an edit field, and get/set values on the editor. I have only peripherally addressed this with the new shared makeViewAccessor() function, but it's not particularly well-implemented yet. So, another question: refactor now, or wait for the next release? This is not user-facing, so it could wait.
> Assuming we like this new CKEditor support, I think we can deprecate support for the old FCKEditor. We can also switch to Yura's CDN version of CKEditor and boot the rather bulky FCKEditor source code from our repository.
> On 2010-04-05, at 2:49 PM, Yura Zenevich wrote:
>> Last week I uploaded the latest version (3.2) of CKEditor to fluid project team CDN that already hosts tiny-mce editor used in Inline Edit component.
>> The editor files can be accessed at http://ckeditor-fluid.appspot.com/. The hierarchy there is the same as the structure of the ckeditor source so you can access the files similarly to this:
>> http://ckeditor-fluid.appspot.com/adapters/jquery.js and so on.
> Colin Clark
> Technical Lead, Fluid Project
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