[Catalyst] Re: questions on Reaction
danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Tue Jan 2 18:52:09 GMT 2007
"The only thing to remember is that it expects the I18N plugin to be
loaded since all text is run through that before display"
Hmmm. I specifically don't want to use that plugin, as we have our own
version which is similar but different. We may be a bit wrongheaded
about this at the moment, but I've not yet found any practical reason
to change it ...
I don't need any transation of text for the crud stuff anyhow - it's
all purely admin functions, which are English only.
But I guess all it really wants is to see methods with the appropriate
names in the $c namespace ... so no problem.
On 1/2/07, Matt S Trout <dbix-class at trout.me.uk> wrote:
> On 2 Jan 2007, at 16:12, Daniel McBrearty wrote:
> > ok, answered my own question, partly. Reaction::Controller isa
> > Cat::C::Bindlex, which is a Cat::C .... so I can use a
> > Reaction::Controller as a souped up Cat::C, I guess ...
> Precisely. Reaction drops in happily to any existing Cat app, we've
> done hybrids and gradual ports already. The only thing to remember is
> that it expects the I18N plugin to be loaded since all text is run
> through that before display, and you need to have a
> Reaction::UI::Renderer::XHTML subclass under MyApp::View for it to use.
> Reaction also pretty much solely uses Chained, so sticking R-based
> controllers off under a prefix of some sort isn't an issue.
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