[Laszlo-dev] SOLO DHTML deployment
henry.minsky at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 09:52:10 PST 2006
I was planning to recreate the directory structure, not flatten it.
On 11/15/06, Phillip George Apley <pga at alienlanding.org> wrote:
> Will the lps/resources directory preserve all the directory structure
> of the source directory relative to lps,
> or will it flatten the resource hierarchy and guarantee a unique file
> On Nov 14, 2006, at 10:07 PM, Henry Minsky wrote:
> > So I'm making a pass at writing a SOLO deploy script for DHTML,
> > based on the jsp
> > we have for swf apps.
> > The question is what to do with the absolute paths that are in the
> > app's resource table.
> > I may start by just writing some code which scrapes the list of
> > or else write a new servlet responder which returns the list of
> > resources for an app as XML or something even more easily machine
> > readable.
> > My plan is is to copy all the resources into a subdirectory of the
> > app's home directory, prefixed with "lps/resources", and then we can
> > decide what modifcations to the runtime are needed to get the app to
> > read them from there instead of from the server root directory.
> > It's easiest to just copy every resource that is referenced, but I
> > have some question whether this
> > is worth doing for all the component libraries, seems kind of
> > fragile. Maybe we
> > should say that if you're going to use components in the app, you need
> > to include the whole lps/components directory on the server someplace?
> > --
> > Henry Minsky
> > Software Architect
> > hminsky at laszlosystems.com
> Phillip G. Apley
> Senior Software Engineer
> Platform Team
> Laszlo Systems, Inc.
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