Forum .LRN Q&A: Testing new version Lorsm 0.4d

Posted by Dario Roig on
Congratulation for the carried out work with LORS.

In I'm testing the new version Lorsm.
I can upload one course, but I don't get view my course.

In the "/var/lib/aolserver/pizarra/packages/lorsm/www/delivery/view/index.vuh" reference to "templates/lorsm-default" but in my instalation not found this file

rp_internal_redirect -absolute_path [acs_root_dir]/templates/lorsm-default

How as I can solve it?



Posted by Ernie Ghiglione on
<blockquote>How as I can solve it?

Oopps. I forgot to add the templates to CVS. You can check them now from CVS. Sorry about that.

More shortly


Posted by Michele Slocovich on
I've used the templates (i have to copy them manually under ACSROOT/templates) and at least i've no more the 'file not found' problem.

Now instead i get

invalid command name "fs::item_editable_p"
    while executing
"fs::item_editable_p -item_id $content(item_id)"
    invoked from within
"if { [info exists content(item_id)] } {
  set write_p [fs::item_editable_p -item_id $content(item_id)]
} else {
    # No content to edit
    set writ..."
    ("uplevel" body line 39)
    invoked from within
"uplevel {
          # Put the current revision's attributes in a onerow datasource named "content".
# The detected content type is "content_revision".

i just got around this by modifying lorsm-defaul.tcl in order not to call the lines containing the call to fs::item_editable_p and i could finally see my contents !!!

great job ernie !!!

Posted by Deds Castillo on
The item_editable_p change was a hack to just determine if the content_type is text/html or text/plain which lets content editing kick in.  IIRC, I also added the editing capability itself into file-storage.  You may want to grab the file-storage Ernie is using that he mentioned here: