[Framework-Team] mockup issue with the theming editor

Eric Bréhault ebrehault at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 22:35:46 UTC 2015

Yes that's what I did:

I am realizing just now that it is actually working when my resources
registry is not in development mode :)

I do not know why my bundle produces a conflict when we are in development
mode, I will investigate, but it is probably acceptable for a beta version.


On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 9:07 PM, Nathan Van Gheem <nathan at vangheem.us> wrote:

> The most simple way here is to just create a grunt task in mockup to build
> your pattern. This is what is done for things like resource registry:
> https://github.com/plone/mockup/blob/master/mockup/Gruntfile.js -- you're
> basically just registering a "bundle" which is just a definition of
> requirejs requirements and a registry scan on dom load:
> https://github.com/plone/mockup/blob/master/mockup/js/bundles/resourceregistry.js
> Also, build your css file from less with requirements from the pattern:
> https://github.com/plone/mockup/blob/master/mockup/less/resourceregistry.less
> Then, just copy the files over and include them in the control panel
> template.
> -Nathan
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 7:45 AM, Eric Bréhault <ebrehault at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> As I've mentionned at the last Framework team meeting, my changes to fix
>> the theming editor in Plone 5 are ok:
>> - the backend is implemented in plone.resourceeditor (I have just merged
>> my changes in master).
>> - I have fixed the 2 involved patterns (filemanager and thememapper)
>> during (and after) the Bristol sprint (merged in master too since few
>> months)
>> Now, I want to make those 2 patterns available in plone.app.theming pages
>> properly. So I need to bundle them.
>> I have first tried to create a local mockup folder in plone.app.theming
>> using the Yeoman generator, but I had many issues (like @{bowerPath} not
>> resolved in less files, and different path issues...).
>> So I decided to just copy the actual mockup folder sources (from
>> https://github.com/plone/mockup) into plone.app.theming/mockup, and work
>> from there.
>> It worked better.
>> That's what is currently committed in my branch here:
>> https://github.com/plone/plone.app.theming/tree/integrate-theme-editor
>> Here is my problem:
>> - I have changed (for test purpose) the plone bundle to add my 2
>> patterns:
>> https://github.com/plone/plone.app.theming/blob/integrate-theme-editor/mockup/js/bundles/plone.js#L19
>> If I generate the Plone bundle and put the results in Products.CMFPlone,
>> the theming editor works just fine.
>> But of course, we do not want those 2 extra patterns to be part of our
>> regular plone bundle.
>> - I have defined a specific bundle:
>> https://github.com/plone/plone.app.theming/blob/integrate-theme-editor/mockup/js/bundles/thememapperbundle.js,
>> I have put the resulting files in
>> src/plone.app.theming/src/plone/app/theming/browser/resources and I load
>> them from my template:
>> https://github.com/plone/plone.app.theming/blob/integrate-theme-editor/src/plone/app/theming/browser/mapper.pt#L32
>> But in that case the editor is broken, I get an error in
>> ++resource++plone.js in the part corresponding to the tree pattern.
>> I guess that's because the tree pattern is part of the plone bundle but
>> as it is also a dependency of filemanager, it is also in thememapper bundle
>> and it makes a conflict.
>> Does anybody know what is the right solution?
>> Thanks,
>> Eric
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> --
> Nathan Van Gheem
> Solutions Architect
> Wildcard Corp
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