I'm trying to get TinyMCE to work. I've tried it using the normal method of including tiny_mce.js and then using tinymce.init(…) and it works. I then tried tiny_mce.gzip.js + php compressor and it worked but it was really slow.
In both cases they're versioned with a timestamp of one of the files so I have URLs like:
which redirects to a PHP file that either serves a cached version or builds the cached version (if necessary) and serves it. It adds expires headers and does gzip compression and basically works well.
I want to fit tiny mce into this mechanism but it's proving painful. Order seems to matter. Currently I have:
- default_editor.js (from the simple theme)
- en.js (ditto)
but it's coming up with "u is undefined" for which I could find no suitable answer on google. This is really irritating. Has anyone any experience with this?
Are any other editors more suitable for packaging like I described above rather than forcing their own schemes on you (which annoys me no end)?