[Catalyst] Suggested minor fixes for Catalyst error output

Daniel McBrearty danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 13:30:47 CEST 2006

FWIW, I can't see that rounded corners on a debug page is worth any
expenditure of effort whatsoever. But maybe I'm just getting old ...

On 4/13/06, Nigel Metheringham <Nigel.Metheringham at dev.intechnology.co.uk>
> On Thu, 2006-04-13 at 11:25 +0100, luke saunders wrote:
> > I tried knocking up a patch using the NiftyCorners code as suggested
> > (http://pro.html.it/niftycube/) and though it appears to work it's
> > massive. I took everything that was needed from the source and put in
> > it Engine.pm and it's really bloated. See border_js.diff for the
> > nastiness in all its glory.
> Thats what I was thinking, although I had not had time to try coding
> anything.  Of course you cannot pull them in using a script tag since
> you cannot work with all the possible web server variations and you
> can't even include them in as you would in a TT page because you can't
> count on the user having a TT View installed.  (Same for Mason etc).
> However TT is required by a cat install (used for the production of the
> initial app templates).  Maybe we could put the files out separately and
> process the error page through TT to pull them in?
> [This could also help in handling the differing licenses between
> NiftyCube (GPL) and Catalyst (Artistic & GPL)]
> At least separating them out - or maybe encapsulating as in
> HTML::Prototype - makes the chunks reusable elsewhere.
> Of course, if we are using Nifty for corners, the original welcome page
> needs recoding too.
> > So given that the suggested JS solution is too big (+300 lines in
> > Engine.pm) and other JS solutions are also likely to be massive maybe
> > the corners should just be removed. border_no_corners.diff should take
> > care of this.
> Obviously I can go along with this as its what I initially suggested.
>         Nigel.
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