jshirley at gmail
Nov 20, 2007, 11:33 AM
Post #7 of 8
On Nov 20, 2007 10:29 AM, Jason Kohles <email [at] jasonkohles> wrote:
Re: Catalyst Advent Stubs In Place: Lets go!
[In reply to]
> On Nov 20, 2007, at 12:06 PM, Zbigniew Lukasiak wrote:
> > OK - I am not sure if I'll be ready on time, but I am starting now.
> > I have a question - what do you use as the base for your example
> > application? The Tutorial MyApp requires user to login before playing
> > with it's features, even those that don't need a logged in user to
> > work - I really hate that (the more that you really need to look hard
> > to find the password). So what do you guys use?
> For the first one I did, since it wasn't an introduction to Catalyst
> or anything like that, I just started it out with:
> This tutorial assumes you already have some Catalyst experience, so we
> go into too much detail with the basics of creating an application...
> % catalyst.pl AdventOFC
> % cd AdventOFC
> % script/adventofc_create.pl view TT TTSite
> I don't see a lot of need to go into huge amounts of detail on setup
> for every tutorial, otherwise every tutorial would be an introduction
> to Catalyst. :)
> I've already committed my first one (day 8) if you want to check it
> out and tell me if my setup part is _too_ sparse. :)
> Jason Kohles, RHCA RHCDS RHCE
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If you check the working final app into examples/ then just point there --
people can then work from there anyway, and all is good in the world.
I just gave a quick glance at your OFC article -- looks great! If I get
time I'll do more intensive proof-reading later.
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