Monday, April 27, 2015¶
Still struggling with #150 which caused a “surprise” which I actually had been expecting a bit: it turned out to be rather fundamental and to require a feature which my typical customers don’t see but which is normal for a modern website: integrate a set of self-written public views together with Lino’s ExtJS admin interface.
There are some good news:
Another good thing is that I moved the plugin functionality from
lino_welfare.modlib.welfare). This was one of the structural changes needed for running Lino with Django 1.7 where you cannot have plugins named foo.modlib.bar if you also have a plugin whose full name is foo. They also required a change in atelier:
The bad news are that (1) these changes were not the solution for my problem in #150 and (2) maybe caused some side effects and bugs yet to be discovered.
lino_noi.settings site still somehow refuses to store
the current user. You can log in, and the POST returns with a success
message, but you still get the index.html for anonymous. As if the
authenticated user somehow doesn’t get stored to the session. This
problem seems to exist only with a nonempty