At 15:54 19/10/2010, Lukas Renggli wrote:
>That should be the default from Pier 1.2 on (see
>The reason why you are asking is probably because it is broken in Pier
If I remember well, I lost that feature after you integrated the
#isRestful test in PRContext >> urlOn:. Unfortunately, I don't have
access right now to my working image to investigate it more.
Hoping this helps,
I started to use my custom kernel classes and couldn't see them in the pier configuration drop-down. So I changed the implementation that the drop-down displays not only all instances of PRKernel but all instances of PRKernel and subclasses.
The change in */+ detection has some strange side effects. In my old templates there were things like "+value:structure|level=2+". That display the page again as title. I changed it to include "display=title". That is ok for me.
But the contents widget is somewhat strang. I have the actual defaul structure layout including
On all the pages the children pages or components are included in the display. I can't get rid of them. If I make the /system/components/contents a ** link then I only get the link. If I have a ++ link then I get the page plus all subpages included.
How do I make it so that people who are not logged in see one message
and people who are logged in, see another?
I created an HTML component named "newbies" with permissions for "other"
set to "view" and permissions for "mygroup" not set.
then I referenced it in a link +newbies+
I still see it even as a member of "mygroup" .
On the otehr hand, I added a component named "grouponly" and set
permission to view for members of "mygroup" and no permission for "other"...
If you login as a member of mygroup, you can see it, but you can't see
it if you're not logged in.
What am I doing wrong?
I display a list of items in a custom view in pier. On the custom view there is also a pier command link that adds another item. Now after the command has executed I want to have the same structure and view as before the command execution. The structure is not the problem but the view is somehow lost through command execution.
How can this be done?
I'm trying to start a blog from scratch, but I can't get it to use the
built-in functionality unless I subclass the PRDistribution code and add
a "first entry" post within the method "blog".
What am I missing, or am I missing anything?
Over the weekend I put together a solution for
http://code.google.com/p/pier/issues/detail?id=96 using SIXX to
export/import Pier websites. It works well with the few simple sites I have
available to test it with.
The mcz package is attached to the issue as I don't have commit rights to
the Pier repository.
Any comments would be welcome.