[Dev] chandler hacker newbie
twl at osafoundation.org
Wed Feb 22 10:30:54 PST 2006
So where does the page go when it gets trashed? I'd like to see if
there is any information there that is worth carrying over.
On Feb 22, 2006, at 8:49 AM, Lisa Dusseault wrote:
> I went ahead and "trashed" that old page so it doesn't confuse more
> people :) I also took a stab at updating the Chandler docs links
> on our Documentation Wiki but people more immersed in Chandler dev
> may want to update it further:
> On Feb 21, 2006, at 10:30 PM, Philippe Bossut wrote:
>> Hi Simon,
>> I'm not sure what you tried to do exactly when using RunPython.bat
>> but the Tips page you're looking at is clearly out of date.
>> For more up to date info on how to run a parcel, you'd have better
>> chance of success with:
>> The parcel itself might be irrelevant to you but all the info on
>> how to install a parcel and how to get it to run inside Chandler
>> are accurate.
>> Last, there is a known issue with RunPython and RunChandler that
>> has to do with spaces in path (bug:4894) though it doesn't look
>> like the problem you're having.
>> Thanks for using Chandler and keep us posted of your progress.
>> - Philippe
>> Simon Fell wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Apollogies for the newbie questions, i looked around the wiki and
>>> found some info i was looking for, but am going to need a couple
>>> more hints to get up and running.
>>> I installed Chandler 0.6.1 on Windows XP, i'm interested in
>>> writing an extention (a parcel i assume) to syncronize calendar
>>> data between chandler and salesforce.com. I've read http://
>>> SharingFrameworkExtensibility which seems to cover a lot of what
>>> i want todo, but i'm missing a step, i figured i'd start by
>>> downloading and running the supplied sample code, but i don't
>>> know where to put it, or how to run it. The Tips page http://
>>> TipsForDevelopingChandlerCode20040414 talks about using the
>>> RunPython.bat, but that doesn't work, it appears to be looking
>>> for python.exe, which isn't there.
>>> Can anyone point me in the right direction ?
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