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Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
@winhamwr is awesome
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
Excellent!
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
I tweaked the WYMeditor waffle.io board to add a "Needs Review" column
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
@winhamwr it seems you added a needs review column to our waffle.
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
And I liked your "meta.FOO" label convention from the PolicyStat repo, so I switched the labels they expected to use that.
It looks like that broke the position of some of the existing labels
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
I don't see the broken position. Perhaps just a refresh?
Oh, now I see the disorder
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
I toggled Travis off and then back on for WYMeditor to try to get the build status to start posting to pull requests again.
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
It looks like mr_lundis added some restrictions for 3rd party access 22 days ago. I bet that broke Travis
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
Ahuh.
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
I disabled the restriction. Let's see if that fixes it.
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
I bet something more needs to be done
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
I also disabled and then re-enabled WYMeditor via Travis.
I don't see any changes reflected in the github repo, though, so it doesn't seem to be working.
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
Why do you think it is I can't manage wymeditor org projects in Travis?
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
That doesn't make much sense to me. I don't remember ever doing anything with permissions in Travis
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
When I click that '+' button I have my own repos and PolicyStat repos
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
As far as I can see, you have the same permissions as me on Github.
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
@mightyiam Is #672 the last blocker for an RC2 release?
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
@winhamwr it is, yes.
Oh, how about that regression with IE8
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
WYMeditor 1.0.0-rc.2 was just released. Enjoy the undo.
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
Woohoo!
Wes Winham
@winhamwr
Note to future us when it comes time to debug the regex code in the parser regviz
dragonman123
@dragonman123
Hey anyone there, I need some help..
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
Hello
Anybody here)
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
WYMeditor is genius. All simple is genius! Author +1
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
Thanks, @VINTproYKT. I'm not the original author. I'm the current maintainer.
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
Anyways, I have licensing issues on how I can provide my source to people, need I?
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
@VINTproYKT I'm no lawyer but according to this you shouldn't have to.
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
@mightyiam So, I've found excellent license for me: GNU LGPL. So, anybody can adjust experience with "widgets", microelements that are used in ready product (HTML template that my program does)
One question here - can I use WYMeditor in my app that is under GNU GPL.
?
Shahar Dawn Or
@mightyiam
@VINTproYKT I have no experience with such licensing questions, really
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
@mightyiam How can I setup WYMeditor correctly? I have read and re-read this article, and what I just get after $("#doc").wymeditor() is such picture...
blob
it looks kinda some JS and CSS are not loaded.
I have downloaded latest, 1.0.5, contributed by you, unzipped.
And here I can't get idea of what files I really need just to activate WYMeditor in my document
I have tried to copy dist/wymeditor folder to my main app folder, where my XHTML file is situated
then I properly added needed script to queue in head: <script src="wymeditor/jquery.wymeditor.min.js" type="text/javascript" />
yeah, after <script src="js/jquery-2.1.4.min.js" type="text/javascript" />
Rodion Borisov
@vintprox
$(document).ready(function() {
    /* other stuff */
    $("#doc").wymeditor();
}

My XHTML have this piece of code: ```

<form>
<textarea id="doc"></textarea>
</form>
```

And result is what use see on picture
Also when I put files from repo in src/wymeditor to wymeditor in my app folder, nothing changes
Looks like src has more advanced things, including core.js, that, I think, is very important in setting my editor.