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A resourceful plugin providing lightweight content management functionality to Rails applications
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Sandstone ========= Introduction goes here. Dependencies ============ You must be running acts_as_versioned and acts_as_tree to use Sandstone. The generated tests also require the tester_xtreme plugin, which you can install from http://svn.extendviget.com/lab/trunk/plugins/tester_xtreme. You do not need to use the RESTful Authentication plugin to use Sandstone, but it will help. At a mininum, you must define the methods +logged_in?+, +current_user+, and +access_denied+ in +ApplicationController+. +current_user+ must return an object that can match up with Sandstone's +editor+ object. +access_denied+ should handle redirection and messaging when a non-editor tried to visit an administrative page. Models ====== Sandstone hooks into your application through a user model. If your users are actually represented by a model named User, you're in luck - all you have to do is add the following line to user.rb: has_one :editor It's a little trickier if you've named the model something else (like Member). In that case, add this to your existing model: has_one :editor, :foreign_key => :user_id And update editor.rb with the name of your model: belongs_to :user, :class_name => "PUT YOUR CLASS NAME HERE" Whatever user model you use, it should respond to a request for +name+ - that's what the Sandstone admin interface displays for its editors. Note that this means you'll have to add a name method or column to your User model if you're running RESTful Authentication. Controllers =========== Add the following line to your ApplicationController: include SandstoneSystem If you want to audit editor logins, you should add +Audit.log('login', editor)+ to the action that logs people in. Routes ====== You must add the following routes (or similar ones) to your config/routes.rb file. Note that +map.sandstone '*path'+ is a catch-all route, so if you're relying on the standard Rails default route (+':controller/:action/:id'+) you may have to do some more work to get Sandstone running. map.workspace 'editor/home', :controller => 'editors', :action => 'show' map.resources :audits map.resources :editors map.resources :pages map.resources :page_templates map.resource :preview map.resource :sitemap map.sandstone '*path', :controller => 'pages', :action => 'show' Example ======= Example goes here. Copyright (c) 2007 Ben Scofield, released under the MIT license