[Cubicweb] Cubicweb Digest, Vol 5, Issue 3
Adrien Di Mascio
adrien.dimascio at logilab.fr
Thu Jul 9 07:53:06 CEST 2009
On Thursday 09 July 2009 00:00:48 Carlos Balderas wrote:
> I needed to add a javascrit file too, when I put it in the
> external_resources file, I noticed that I lost some functionality of the
> edit-forms (double click editing attribute of an entity in the primary view
> for example), so, what I did was add this files with
external_resources file, it will totally ignore the default values of those
variables. For the record, here are the default values :
STYLESHEETS = DATADIR/cubicweb.css
(this can be found in cubicweb/web/views/webconfig.py)
CSS & JS defined in those variables will then be included in every page served
by your application. In a standard cubicweb application, those default files
are more or less required in order to have a fully operational application
(which is certainly not a good thing considering the ton of JS files
required). Therefore in your case, are you sure you simply haven't forgotten
one of those files ?
One last thing, if your JS file is not required in most pages of your
application, you should maybe think about only doing the :
in the views specifically requiring it.
Hope this helps.
Adrien Di Mascio LOGILAB, Paris (France).
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