[ic] reading and writing interchange's html files

Mike Heins mikeh@minivend.com
Wed, 6 Dec 2000 16:57:56 -0500

Quoting Andrew Waegel (andrew@benevolent-tech.com):
> Hello,
> Some questions about the internals of interchange. Since I've not been able 
> to make an account on bugzilla, I've not been able to post a bug report 
> about the issue of linebreaks being written to the template section of an 
> interchange html file using IE 5.0 on Mac (don't laugh, works better than 
> NN for the most part).
> I am, however, happy to fix the problem myself with a little guidance. So, 
> my question is this: when creating a new page (or editing an existing page) 
> with the Interchange UI, where is the code that's actually responsible for 
> writing the .html file to the /catalog/pages directory? I've looked in 
> /lib/UI/pages/admin/page_edit.html, but I don't think that's it. Any 
> guidance? Is it part of the Interchange daemon? Thanks!

Actually it is lib/UI/pages/admin/page_save.html. I haven't been working
on that version of the content stuff, as I am in the middle of a complete
rewrite of it (existing templates will be compatible, don't worry).

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