- 2.x branch of http://drupal.org/project/aloha
- Full HTML and Filtered HTML input formats Featurized to replace what's currently in Commons.install.
Just adding a reference to the install info http://drupalcode.org/project/aloha.git/blob/refs/heads/7.x-2.x:/README.txt
So as far as 7.x core goes, would currently also require adding a patch to core to establish different filter types (edit: oops, no that's not what this patch does, it does something to drupal_get_js), removing the transformational filters in full/filtered input formats (urls to links / line break conversion), and the 2.x version of jquery_update dev with jquery 1.7 enabled.
Note: As per https://drupal.org/node/1664602#comment-6339042, this approach does not currently work with JS aggregation enabled.
Also gives a warning for filters like media token filter that don't tell Aloha what kind of filter they are (transformational etc.). We'll probably keep on getting warned about that until a patch makes it into core which triggers a patch to modules with filters like media.
There's an issue out for core 8.x #807996: [meta] Input filters and text formats
For a start this is only a problem for inline editing which I don't think there's any plans for Commons to use, and if it did I suppose until we have patches we can apply, Aloha will just overwrite tokens with their rendered html. While that's a bit pants it's not exactly the end of the world, so it would seem to make sense to remove this warning from Aloha module in the interim.
Because of the blocking issue, I won't be able to resolve this in a timeframe for my project.
Solved; see #1787940: Allow for JS aggregation yet prevent the data-aloha-defer-init attribute on aloha.js' script tag from being removed and #1664602-14: Allow an attributes array to be passed in to drupal_add_js() for setting attributes such as "async" and "defer".
Basic patch to -
I removed the input format-related code from commons.install and tested this on a fresh install - Seems to be working great. This is committed. Thanks, erikwebb!
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