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Use CommentEditEngine in PhamePost

Authored by chad on Jul 2 2016, 4:34 AM.



Ref T9360. Moves PhamePost to CommentEditEngine.

  • HTTP Parameters dropdown on New Post goes to 404
  • Implement EditEngine Comments
Test Plan

Make Post, Make Comment, Laugh.

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The 404 is:

core.pkg.js:2326 POST 404 (Not Found)

So seems to not find phame/post/edit. Not sure if my fault.

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Slightly weird that we quote like this, but "POSTxxx" isn't a real monogram so it doesn't link:

Screen Shot 2016-07-03 at 1.44.31 AM.png (177×412 px, 22 KB)

Not sure if that's worth fixing or how to fix it:

  • I could make it not show the "quote" action if you don't setQuoteRef(), although quoting post comments seems somewhat useful.
  • We could also make "POST" a real monogram. I think I'd use monograms for posts (see earlier in T9897#151198), although multiple-letter monograms feel a little clunky to me.
  • We could give posts the "J" monogram, nominally for "Journal Entry"?

I maybe slightly favor giving them "J".

Also slightly weird that you can select "Change Projects" and "Change Subscribers", and we show you a preview, and we actually do apply the actions, but the timeline doesn't show them. Maybe:

  • Show comments, subscriber changes, and project changes in the timeline?
  • Or, I can tweak things so the actions just don't show up here?

I maybe slightly favor removing the actions.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Jul 3 2016, 8:55 AM

Oh I made POST work, but didn’t push up another diff. I can just get rid of
actions too.

chad edited edge metadata.
  • Make "J" a post monogram
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