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sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #91999] Fri, 22 January 2010 02:45 Go to next message
flurdulis  is currently offline flurdulis
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I am having an issue with installing sfJqueryReloadedPlugin. Every time it installs everything and skips the part with symbolic links.

Warning: symlink(): Could not fetch file information(error 3) in C:\Users\emusin
a\xampp\htdocs\sfproject2\lib\vendor\symfony\lib\task\sfFile system.class.php on
line 224

I've tried everything, and removed registry for it, created symbolic links manually (it's windows), and I am still not able to get jQuery to work. Basically, the path that is included to jQuery is not being found, because a symbolic link would say:

link ../plugins/sfJqueryReloadedPlugin/web

and I can't get this working... Is there a workaround where I could tweak maybe settings.yml to point to the correct location of the jquery JS file?


Thanks so much


Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92106 is a reply to message #91999 ] Sun, 24 January 2010 11:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
tomor  is currently offline tomor
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mayby publish assets would help

or

manualy copy the content of the ../plugins/sfJqueryReloadedPlugin/web to the project /web folder.
Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92861 is a reply to message #92106 ] Wed, 03 February 2010 20:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Only copying symbolic links from another successful project helped... I have Windows 7 and I guess creation of symbolic links fails within new windows. On my old windows XP symbolic links are created without issues.

Thanks again!
Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92897 is a reply to message #92861 ] Thu, 04 February 2010 14:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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flurdulis wrote on Wed, 03 February 2010 20:13

Only copying symbolic links from another successful project helped... I have Windows 7 and I guess creation of symbolic links fails within new windows. On my old windows XP symbolic links are created without issues.

Thanks again!


You can create symbolic links on windows XP? How can I do that? Is that same as on the linxu machines? .. easy deploy then (1:1)?
Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92923 is a reply to message #92897 ] Thu, 04 February 2010 23:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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If you have any successful project, just copy those links. I had Windows XP, and moved those links into another project from Windows 7. I am pretty sure you can copy links from any linux built symfony project and they will work as well...
Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92941 is a reply to message #91999 ] Fri, 05 February 2010 10:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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@tomor: from Windows2K, you can use "junction" to create links, which you can download free from the MS website. From Vista onwards I think you can use "mklink" and it's installed by default.


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Re: sfJqueryReloadedPlugin after installation missing symbolic links [message #92947 is a reply to message #92941 ] Fri, 05 February 2010 11:08 Go to previous message
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halfer wrote on Fri, 05 February 2010 10:33

@tomor: from Windows2K, you can use "junction" to create links, which you can download free from the MS website. From Vista onwards I think you can use "mklink" and it's installed by default.


And is this combatible with linux symlinks? ... I want it to be easily deployed form my developers machine (win XP) to a production server (unix).

By now I need to copy all stuff which need symlinks to a webfolder (I think it's done automatically on winXP by publish assets)
.. but it has an advantage that I can easily copy whole project to the production server and it just works - without any other changes.
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