leggn at denison
Oct 25, 2010, 10:11 AM
Post #7 of 10
On 10/25/2010 12:59 PM, Paul Orrock wrote:
> On 24/10/2010 00:21, David E. Wheeler wrote:
>> On Oct 22, 2010, at 1:07 PM, Nick Legg wrote:
>>> I wonder if anyone has any ideas for me... my problem is this:
>>> Suppose we have a published media asset and a story that relates to
>>> it. A user checks out that media asset and uploads a new version
>>> with a different file name, so the media's slug changes. The user
>>> publishes the updated media and the old version is expired. The
>>> link in the story is now broken - the story hasn't been re-burned
>>> since the slug of the related media changed.
>>> I want to write a template or some perl to utilize the Bric API so I
>>> can search out any stories relating to the current media asset and
>>> trigger them to be republished. That's easy to do, but is there a
>>> supported way to run such code without hacking the publish() method
>>> in Burner.pm to call my custom script?
>> I think Paul Orrock has a patch that adds burner support for media.
>> Paul, is that somewhere in your fork? I don't see a branch for itů
> It never made it into the fork, since too much code has changed
> between the version I wrote it for (1.10.1) and version 2 to make it a
> simple insertion. I'll dig out the patch and review it and see what I
> can come up with.
> Are you using Mason or a PHP burner ?
I'm using Mason on Bric 1.10.9.