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AngularJS in Confluence

Łukasz Sadowski Mar 12, 2014

I have problem with AngularJS in Confluence. I tried to add angular files as web resource in atlassian-plugin.xml:

<web-resource name="Angular js files" key="angular-sources">
    <resource type="download" name="angular.js" location="js/angular/angular.js"/>
    <resource type="download" name="angular-animate.js" location="js/angular/angular-animate.js"/>
    <context>atl.general</context>
  </web-resource>

It works fine when I use atlas-run or atlas-debug. But when I generate new jar file using atlas-package and install it on new Confluence instance, my macro editor js files doesn't see variables defined in angular.js.

I tried also to add angular files directly in web resource for my new macro, but it also doesn't work:

<web-resource name="Resources - handle macros with JS" key="macroeditor-resources">
	<resource type="download" name="angular.js" location="js/angular/angular.js"/>
	<resource type="download" name="angular-animate.js" location="js/angular/angular-animate.js"/>
	…
	<resource type="download" name="page-move-dialog.js" location="js/page-move-dialog.js"/>
	<resource type="download" name="macro-editor-module.js" location="js/macro-editor-module.js"/>
	…
</web-resource>

It looks like a Confluence ignore the contents of the file angular.js. What may be the reason of that behavior? Below, fragment of javascript file generated by the Confluence. It has no content of angular.js:

try {
    /* module-key = 'plugin.key:angular-sources', location = 'js/angular/angular.js' */
    // HERE SHOULD BE INCLUDED angular.js
    } catch (err) {
        if (console && console.log && console.error) {
            console.log("Error running batched script.");
            console.error(err);
        }
    }
    
    
    try {
    /* module-key = 'plugin.key:angular-sources', location = 'js/angular/angular-animate.js' */
    (function(b,a,c){a.module("ngAnimate",["ng"]).config(["$provide","$animateProvider",function(g,i){var l=a.noop;var f=a.forEach;var j=i.$$selectors;var e=1;var h="$$ngAnimateState";var k="ng-animate";...
} catch (err) {
        if (console && console.log && console.error) {
            console.log("Error running batched script.");
            console.error(err);
        }
    }

There is other way to include angular files to Confluence?

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Ronald Dec 22, 2014

and what about to configure AngularJS and RequireJS?

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