megrok.tinymce: tinymce packaged for Grok
Simply include megrok.tinymce as a dependency in your project’s setup.py to make it available in your project.
Alternatively you can also declare that your template or Python code needs the widget somewhere in the code path that’s executed during the display of the page. In a page template this looks like this:
In Python code you can do the following:
from megrok.tinymce import TinyMCE def mywidgetcode(): ... TinyMCE.need() ...
220.127.116.11.1 (2008-08-07, TinyMCE release date: 2008-06-18)
- Turn off zip-safe-ness in setup.py. This makes this package actually get registered properly using z3c.autoinclude.
18.104.22.168 (2008-08-07, TinyMCE release date: 2008-06-18)
- Package version 22.214.171.124 of TinyMCE.
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