[Laszlo-dev] For Review: Change 20061229-ben-a Summary: CSS can be imported relative to source file, not main lzx file
P T Withington
ptw at openlaszlo.org
Tue Jan 2 04:55:12 PST 2007
1) Is it really the case that CSS files should be resolved against
the application base? Or should they always be resolved against the
file they are declared in? I believe the latter is what HTML does.
That would simplify the logic here.
On 2006-12-29, at 18:03 EST, Benjamin Shine wrote:
> Change 20061229-ben-a by ben at bens-g5.local on 2006-12-29 14:48:39 PST
> in /Users/ben/src/svn/openlaszlo/trunk
> Summary: CSS can be imported relative to source file, not main lzx
> New Features:
> Bugs Fixed: LPP-3042 CSS import is relative to main LZX file
> Technical Reviewer: ptw (pending)
> QA Reviewer: pkang (pending)
> Doc Reviewer: frisco (pending)
> Previously all css files had to be relative to the application
> file; now the
> first place the compiler will search for a css file is relative to
> the lzx
> that includes the css. This means you can have lib/library.lzx and
> lib/library.css where library.css styles library.lzx.
> Release Notes:
> Frisco is checking in an improved test case, to
> The other test is whether it works as desired for Diamond.
> M WEB-INF/lps/server/src/org/openlaszlo/compiler/
> Changeset: http://svn.openlaszlo.org/openlaszlo/patches/20061229-
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