24 July 2009, 12:21
I am getting closer to having a Moodle demo ready with PaintWeb integrated. Wednesday I had a very fruitful discussion with my mentor, Martin, on how I should proceed with the implementation of file saving inside the Moodle data directory. We have come to a conclusion which I am about to implement. More details soon.
git clone git://repo.or.cz/moodle/mihaisucan.git ~/src/moodle-mihai cd ~/src/moodle-mihai git checkout -b mdl19-paintweb origin/mdl19-paintweb
With that, you can easily and quickly get an always up-to-date Moodle 1.9 stable branch with TinyMCE 3 and PaintWeb integrated. You can already play with PaintWeb in Moodle.
If you only want the TinyMCE 3 editor you can do:
git checkout -b mdl19-tinymce3 origin/mdl19-tinymce3
The TinyMCE 3 branch holds Moodle 1.9 stable with the latest TinyMCE 3 integrated. The work I did on this branch is best explained in a Moodle forum discussion.
When you want to update your branch simply invoke
pull. Please also check the official documentation about
how to use Git.
In related news, Opera Software has published the final part of the article serie I wrote about keyboard accessibility in Web applications. This article details the cross-browser compatibility layer implementation for keyboard events used by PaintWeb.