[html-formfu] [PATCH] bug with multiple config_file_path in _load_config

Adam Prime aprime at oanda.com
Wed Nov 10 17:59:23 GMT 2010

Does anyone have any opinion on this?  We need this feature really =

badly, to the point where we're going to have to do a local custom =

package of the current release version that has it in, but i would very =

much like to know that it's going to make it into formfu, and that we'll =

eventually be able to get back to using the normal cpan package.

Also, if you don't understand what i'm talking about, I can provide a =

more explicit example of the use case, just let me know.


On 10-11-04 12:45 PM, Adam Prime wrote:
> If you have a form object with multiple config_file_paths, =

> load_config_file (etc) don't behave in the same way as TT does when it =

> has multiple directories in it's INCLUDE_PATH.  I assume, possibly =

> incorrectly, that that it should.  What it does right now is take the =

> list of directories, iterate through them attempting to load your =

> config file, and if it does it happily continues through the list of =

> paths, so if it finds another one, it'll use that one instead.  TT =

> uses the first one it finds, which allows you to have customized =

> version of shared templates by customizing INCLUDE_PATH.  We need to =

> do the same thing with FormFu at $work, which is how we've run into =

> this problem.
> Attached is an svn diff for a new test which fails in the current =

> version, and the corresponding fix for the problem.
> Let me know if you need any clarification, or anything else, and =

> thanks for the great package, it's save us tremendous amounts of time.
> Adam
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