Patches

Today, while cleaning up after the release last night, I discovered a
couple of tickets which had patches on them that I had overlooked. I
haven’t figured out away to subscribe to all of the changes on Trac yet,
but I did want to give people the opportunity to bring up changes which
they have worked on that have not been applied to the core yet.

Have I overlooked anyone else? Is there something that you’ve worked
hard on which would be generally useful to the community, but hasn’t
been applied yet?

Let me know.


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com
http://radiantcms.org

There is a newer version of my tagging patch against r78 now on there in
case it was missed.

Andrew Montgomery wrote:

There is a newer version of my tagging patch against r78 now on there in
case it was missed.

I did notice that. I haven’t had a chance to look at it again, but was
excited to see that it did implement the features we had talked about.

Do you feel it’s ready for the core?


John L.
http://wiseheartdesign.com

On 30/6/2006, “John W. Long” [email protected] wrote:

Andrew Montgomery wrote:

There is a newer version of my tagging patch against r78 now on there in
case it was missed.

I did notice that. I haven’t had a chance to look at it again, but was
excited to see that it did implement the features we had talked about.

Do you feel it’s ready for the core?

I don’t really want to make that call.

I’d like to try and find a way to get the behaviours to use the default
<r:link /> tag instead of defining my own one, but I haven’t worked out
how to do that yet since I’m not quite sure how to define where the
output of tag.render_url (thats right isn’t it?) comes from, so I can
override the value.

However, I’m happy for it to be merged in now if no-one has any issues
with it.

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