I’m using LoginEngine + UserEngine for web application.
- I have some controllers under and admin subdirectory
(Admin::PostController etc). The auto-fill permission in UserEngine
does not work correctly with those controllers.
Right at the moment this is not a problem, since I kind like having the
Admin section separated and available only for god users. However, I
could use Something::Controller somewhere else, and I would like to know
how it deals with these.
I need to redefine the views included in the engines. Is it
sufficient to create an /app/views/user directory and put the new rhtml
files there? Has it got any drawbacks?
How can I “hide” a controller without accessing its source code? That
is to say I do not want people to mess with the RoleController and
PermissionController. I kind of need to make them not accessible.
Their functionality will be available from Admin::RoleController <
RoleController, or something like this.
I do not want to edit their code, since when my hosting upgrades to
Rails 1.1 I may want to upgrade the engines too, and since it is
something I know will happen, I would like not to have to mess with svn
diffs if I can avoid it
Tanks in advance