On 04/24/2015 03:24 PM, Ralph Bean wrote:
The code previously would look for a file called extra-footer.html
that a koji
admin could override to put some nice extra footer on their koji-web page.
If that file existed, koji-web would read it in verbatim and write it to the
bottom of each served page.
This change enhances that behavior and treats the extra-footer.html file as a
Cheetah template. This way, a koji admin could specify some conditional logic
in the extra-footer file to display this or that thing depending on the dynamic
contents of the page being served.
Note that this is backwards compatible. Static html extra-footer files
already out there in the wild will be interpreted as Cheetah templates and
should be included seamlessly.
I am seeing this fail with a syntax error on some embedded javscript in
a custom footer. This probably needs to be configurable behavior.
www/kojiweb/includes/footer.chtml | 3 +--
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 2 deletions(-)
diff --git a/www/kojiweb/includes/footer.chtml b/www/kojiweb/includes/footer.chtml
index 8dad310..684e5a4 100644
@@ -8,8 +8,7 @@
#set $localfooterpath=$util.themePath("extra-footer.html", local=True)