Fluid CDN updated with latest stable TinyMCE 3.4.9, updated integration
antranig.basman at colorado.edu
Mon Apr 23 08:21:51 UTC 2012
I've fixed up my branch for TinyMCE integration to use an updated version from our Google Apps-based "CDN"
and issued a pull request for the integration
As an oddity with deploying to the CDN, I found that the app.yaml file is not downloaded together with the
rest of the app when issuing appcfg.py download_app which makes it hard for a 3rd party to reliably update
the app without having a copy of it from somewhere else - for reference here are the contents that I used:
- url: /(.*)
I ran into a fault where a static-dir directive targetted at the whole app's root (base) directory with ./
worked in the local deployment but served no files on Google's real app engine. The use of static_file is a
workaround that works in both environments.
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