Calendar_date_select

I can’t seem to commit the calendar_date_select plugin to my repository.
It’s installed and working great on my app, but when I add and commit it
I get the following svn error.

‘calendar_date_select’ is missing or not locked

thank you in advance

Murphy

I’d recommend a pure Javascript solution because then you don’t have to
muck with extensions necessarily. There are a number of them out there,
including my favorite, Dan W.'s LowPro DateSelector behavior:
http://danwebb.net

Sean

Sounds interesting. Will look into this approach.

I guess it would be nice if one could include such a datepicker field
as an option in the mailer extension. Properly formatted date fields
submitted
thru a form make the downline processing easyier. I am hooking up the
forms
response to some activeresource models in an external rails app.

Thanx Roland

Am 11.04.2008 um 15:35 schrieb Sean C.:

Hi Roland,

I’m using Tim’s calendar widget in my page event extension. You’ll
need to do your own wiring, which probably means forking the mailer
extension to integrate it. I’m very close to releasing my extension
but I’ve been diverted to other projects for the last two weeks. Once
I release my extension you can see how I integrated it, if you wish.

Cheers,
Marty

Hi Marty,

Is your extension published somewhere. (github?)
I did not find anything on
http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Thirdparty_Extensions
that sounded like what you are describing.

I would also like to look at your approach.

Thanx Roland

Am 12.04.2008 um 06:31 schrieb Marty H.:

Would this be an event management extension by any chance?

Is your extension published somewhere. (github?)
I did not find anything on http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Thirdparty_Extensions
that sounded like what you are describing.

I would also like to look at your approach.

I have yet to publish it but I will do so soon (in the next two weeks,
I hope). I will make an announcement when I do, which will include a
link to the github repo so you can fork away if you wish.

Cheers,
Marty

On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 5:06 AM, Dominic [email protected] wrote:

Would this be an event management extension by any chance?

Sort of. Let me explain briefly what it does currently and where I
intend to take it. The primary reason I wrote it is to establish
events that happen at a certain time, such as a monthly meeting.
http://boulderruby.org will be the guinea pig for this extension.
Right now I hack the date for the meetings but eventually they’ll be
driven off datetime data. The idea is that you link a page to a
datetime that you store in your DB. You’ll have an admin tab that
shows you all events for the current month (current implementation
though that will probably be expandable). I also have a calendar tag
that you can publicly publish that will show all events in a month
that link back to the page.

I do have a second release that will come later that changes the event
data from a simple datetime to a datetime range. So you could say
your event starts at 9am on Friday and goes to 5pm on Saturday. It
would also allow multiple pages to be associated with the same event
model. I haven’t done anything more than think about these features
so it’s just in my head.

I just need to polish the admin tab and release this extension. I
also owe Sean a Radiant patch and I’m still getting my github legs so
there’s a few things ahead of it in the Marty queue. :slight_smile:

Cheers,
Marty

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