is there any photo gallery available for Pier? I mean a widget where I
could upload pictures and they are rendered in a nice way. I started
one 4 years ago but I abandoned it.
Is anyone aware of an advanced search for pier, such as case
sensitive, boolean (this phrase and/or/but-not that phrase), date
related, etc? If not, I'll start looking into adding it to the
I need to do the typical "Contact Us" form where the user can put the name
the email and the question and then this email to the webmaster email
I look there was a Pier-EmailSender which seems to do what I need. However
It has different walkbacks in Pier 1.1.1.
Keith Hodges: do you think it's rather to make it work that doing my own ?
It is very simple to reproduce. Just open a fresh Pier 1.1.1 and add that
I am developing a website where the final user can post. However, I (or the
rest of the webmasters) would like this post not to be publish inmediatly
but it requieres my Authorization. I see that a post is publish if I put a
Can I set custom permissions to the "publish" command ?
What I tought is that perhaps I can subclass PRBlog and this one DOESN'T
I want to make a report with Pier in Seaside that shows all the blogs that
satisfy certain condition. Perhaps something more, but not right now.
Which is the easy way to do this with Pier/Magritte ? I thought to subclass
PUReportWidget. Should this be a good idea ?
Thanks for the tips!
I work with Glass and Magritte.
I have create a subclass of MAExternalFileModel to manage the files on my server with Lighttpd sever.
My problem is relative to the baseUrl configuration of it class because :
1) for web request from local LAN it's need point to my local server IP.
2) for web request from www it's need point to my router ( configured with Port Forwarding to my server ).
I forget something ?
Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
We are trying to build a site using Pier. Recently we migrated to
pharo0.1-10268web09.04.1. Previously we used something like Pier 1.1 with
some updates. We found new version a bit slower on our computers. It was not
a big problem. But we have to use an old notebook for entering data to our
site. And there we've got about a minute delay after structure addition. I
found the cause is in
PRChangeCommand >> updateRoot:
There a big string is being built started with "EditorEnh.linkOptions=". In
our case it's size is 207328. Then it's being modified by copyReplaceAll:
'"' with: '\"' . On old notebook it's very slow. I replaces that
#copyReplaceAll:with: with (sorry for the tautology) streaming. Now it takes
about 10 seconds instead of a minute. But still it's too slow (10 -- 15
seconds was a time to enter the whole data item in old image). Can this
issue be fixed somehow?
Btw, is issues with filenames (I've asked about some time ago) fixed?
I have a Pier 1.1.1 installation running on our Mac OS X Server.
While the Pier system runs just fine, I noticed that the system
stopped saving the changes persistently to the image.
After playing around a bit with our installation, I was able to
reproduce the problem:
- I start with a clean Pier image (and import content from a previous
1.1.1 installation using the Importer/Exporter component)
- I choose PRImagePersistency (duration: 30 minutes; maxImages: 3) as
the persistency scheme
- I start changing the wiki
- The first two saves work perfectly: Pier creates two new images +
- When the third backup should be made, I get an error: pier.image
- I also tried to manually save the image, but get a similar error:
Squeak cannot locate the changes file /...../pier.changes.
- I checked: both files are where they should be
Yes, I know, I am sending lots of mails, but I have several questions hahah.
Suppose I have a long page and I use "!", "!!" and "!!!" all over the page.
Is there a way of autogenerating an index with links above the page?
Hi folks (Tudor ?)
I saw all of your videos in pier cms blog and they are very useful for me.
Because of that, I thought I could copy the idea and do some videos
explaining how to do certain things in my site. This will be for the final
users. Could you explain me a bit the steps you do ?
I guess something like this:
1) Record your desktop with a program. It could be recordMyDesktop (in
linux). Any format in particular ? resolution ?
2) update it to vimeo
3) embbed this video in a Pier page.
Thanks a lot for the tips you can give me.