Benny Degezelle's Tags extension

Benny (or anyone else who might know), I came across the Tags extension
via a Google search:

http://www.nabble.com/using-acts_as_taggable-td16390502.html

This seems like it will meet my page tagging needs. I just wanted to
make sure the version made available via SVN is the newest one:

svn://zuurstof.openminds.be/home/kaizer/svn/rails_stuff/radiant_extensions/tags

Thanks!

  • Dave

Awesome, was looking for the same thing! Great find!

David P. wrote:

Benny (or anyone else who might know), I came across the Tags extension
via a Google search:

http://www.nabble.com/using-acts_as_taggable-td16390502.html

This seems like it will meet my page tagging needs. I just wanted to
make sure the version made available via SVN is the newest one:

svn://zuurstof.openminds.be/home/kaizer/svn/rails_stuff/radiant_extensions/tags

Thanks!

  • Dave

Still struggling with git and github…, how do you guys set up a
svn:external’ish environment for extensions?

I don’t know what approach is best but what I’ve done is do a git
clone into the target directory (did it with a plugin but should work
fine for an extension) of your app. I then tell svn to ignore the
.git directory as well as tell git to ignore the .svn directories.
You can continue to keep the git clone up-to-date. However, I have
gotten some svn errors (!) when git removes or moves files. You’ll
need to manually fix those in svn. Otherwise git and svn live in
harmony. If you’re using git as your app repo then I believe
submodules are the way to go but I have yet to try this out. My git
fu isn’t that great yet. :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Marty

Hi,

I just moved the extension to github
(http://github.com/jomz/radiant-tags-extension), and will probably not
be synchronizing the subversion repos. I only did a tiny README update
since the svn-version. Can somebody please confirm that the version as
found on github works with 0.6.6? thanks.

Still struggling with git and github…, how do you guys set up a
svn:external’ish environment for extensions?

Regards,

Benny

Marty H. wrote:

Still struggling with git and github…, how do you guys set up a
svn:external’ish environment for extensions?

I don’t know what approach is best but what I’ve done is do a git
clone into the target directory (did it with a plugin but should work
fine for an extension) of your app. I then tell svn to ignore the
.git directory as well as tell git to ignore the .svn directories.
You can continue to keep the git clone up-to-date. However, I have
gotten some svn errors (!) when git removes or moves files. You’ll
need to manually fix those in svn. Otherwise git and svn live in
harmony. If you’re using git as your app repo then I believe
submodules are the way to go but I have yet to try this out. My git
fu isn’t that great yet. :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Marty

I switched to git for my ‘master’ instance, which is synced with my
previous (svn) ‘master’ because there’s still many instances with
piston’d folders to the svn url. I went with submodules, and i really
like it so far. This article helped me get started;

http://woss.name/2008/04/09/using-git-submodules-to-track-vendorrails/

Benny D. wrote:

I just moved the extension to github
(http://github.com/jomz/radiant-tags-extension), and will probably not
be synchronizing the subversion repos. I only did a tiny README update
since the svn-version. Can somebody please confirm that the version as
found on github works with 0.6.6? thanks.

Thanks for reviving this great extension, Benny. I found two issues that
should be simple fixes. I’m not setup with Git yet, so I can’t make a
proper patch for you, so I hope this works.

Bug:

The current code is looking for the incorrect querystring parameter on
the Search By Tag page. In app/models/tag_search_page.rb change line 58
from…
tag = @request.parameters[:tag]
…to…
tag = @request.parameters[:q]

‘Should be Fixed Eventually but Not Important’:

tags.css should get installed in stylesheets/admin (instead of directly
in stylesheets) during the rake install.

Outside of this, everything seems to work great!

  • Dave

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