[LON-CAPA-users] (no subject)
Mon, 16 Jan 2006 15:50:25 -0500
Hi Felicia, et. al
Actually, tooling around a bit more this morning, I think I figured out a
way to kludge together the ability to edit the XML for a sequence.
Basically, I take the sequence rename it to "foo.html" then I can edit the
source code inside loncapa, save it back to "foo.html" and then copy it back
to "foo.sequence". Seems kinda awkward, but a least it lets me fix the
problems that I think the advanced GUI editor is introducing into my
sequence (can't believe I'm the only one having that problem).
It looks like we are still on version 2.02 here at VCU; I'm going to inquire
about updating our version to see if that corrects any issues I'm seeing,
and if not I'll post a bug report.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Felicia Berryman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, January 16, 2006 3:36 PM
> To: James Sullivan
> Subject: Re: [LON-CAPA-users] (no subject)
> Hi James,
> >Regarding your suggestion to hand-code the XML, that would be wonderful
> as I
> >think I have tracked down the problem. But I can't see where I can
> >the XML? If I have a file named "foo.sequence", my only option for
> >seem to be simple to be graphical editors (either simple or 3 different
> >flavors of advanced editor).
> The only way to do this is to code the sequence file on a text editor
> and upload it. I'm not sure what the preferred editing method is for
> these conditional sequences. All I know is that I hate the advanced
> editor :)
> Anyone else have experience coding conditional sequences? If so, can
> you reply to this message and tell James what you used for editing.
> Felicia Berryman
> LON-CAPA Support Coordinator
> Michigan State University
> Phone: (517)432-9866
> Technical Support Available at:
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