[Dev] chandler hacker newbie
bear at code-bear.com
Wed Feb 22 20:29:50 PST 2006
I've updated the OS X portion of that tip
On Feb 22, 2006, at 7:07 PM, Philippe Bossut wrote:
> Nice! Thanks Lisa.
> There's a potentially very useful but under developed "Troubleshooting
> Chandler" page in there:
> Would be nice to keep it in mind and add stuff there whenever we run
> over a user problem. I edited the "Chandler won't launch" tip though I
> have to admit that my tip for Macintosh is deficient. I can't run
> Chandler from the command line when using a downloaded binary...
> (works from an svn download though...). I'm missing a step but which
> If someone who knows the trick (Bear?) could correct the tip, that
> would be great.
> - Philippe
> 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 but the Tips page you're looking at is clearly out of date.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
>>> 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
>>>> 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
>>>> 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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