commenting system for the CubicWeb framework
The comment cube provides threadable comments feature.
It is a CubicWeb component. CubicWeb is a semantic web application framework, see http://www.cubicweb.org
Auto-install from sources prefered with pip/Distribute:
pip install cubicweb-comment
If you have troubles, use easy_install/setuptools and eggs:
You can install the package manually from the uncompressed tarball:
python setup.py install # auto-install dependencies
If you don’t want the dependancies to be installed automaticly, you can force the setup to use the standard library distutils:
NO_SETUPTOOLS=1 python setup.py install
More details at http://www.cubicweb.org/doc/en/admin/setup
This cube creates a new entity type called Comment which could basically be read by every body but only added by application’s users. It also defines a relation comments which provides the ability to add a Comment which comments a Comment.
To use this cube, you want to add the relation comments on the entity type you want to be able to comment. For instance, let’s say your cube defines a schema for a blog. You want all the blog entries to be commentable. Here is how to define it in your schema:
from yams.buildobjs import RelationDefinition class comments(RelationDefinition): subject = 'Comment' object = 'BlogEntry' cardinality = '1*'
Once this relation is defined, you can post comments and view threadable comments automatically on blog entry’s primary view.
Look in the doc/ subdirectory or read http://www.cubicweb.org/doc/en/
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