There has been some discussion about versioning assets...
How would actual files be stored when versioned?
On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 8:02 PM, Mat Weir <mat.w...@xebidy.com> wrote:--
> It would be nice too if the HTML editor used a similar pattern to internal
> hyperlinks, like [file id=2], or [image id=2], and then perhaps width,
> height and class parameters in there too, like [image id=2 width=80
> height=60 class=left].
> We've had clients who go to tidy up there Files & Images section, only to
> find that the CMS doesn't manage files moving around and their pages then
> have broken images.
> Mat Weir
> On Mon, Feb 21, 2011 at 6:50 AM, Uncle Cheese <aaroncarl...@gmail.com>
>> I love that idea!
>> Another suggestion:
>> Working locally on an existing site is a huge pain when it comes to
>> It seems to me there could be a really simple change to the API to
>> For file 'assets/my-folder/myfile.pdf"
>> Maybe there's a way to do this that is eluding me. I'm new to local
>> On Feb 20, 9:07 am, Tim K <t...@kelpdesign.com> wrote:
>> > wanted to suggest a change in the File API
>> > the main goal is to make it easier to write custom file extensions
>> > therefore I'd suggest a registry pattern like
>> > File::register_handler("pdf", "MyPDFFile", 50);
>> > The first argument being the file "." extension, the second the
>> > alternatively to the file extension - the mime type could be used to
>> > What do you think?
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