Hi! Long time since I looked over our plugins. After upgrading to 2.4.0 beta I encounter errors with uploading. The composer-editor.js class fails with “this.afterRefresh() is not a function”. To me it looks like this might be an old action in the ember Component class but I might be wrong. Finding nothing about it. Could this be some legacy or am I using deprecated code? Thanx
Do you have this issue in safe-mode ?
It’s with my own plugins installed so running in safe mode doesn’t help me find the issue. This particular plugin uses the composer-editor component in a template file.
I checked out v2.3.6 and searched for afterRefresh. It seems the composer-editor.js is using it differently. this.afterRefresh($preview); instead of this.sendAction(‘afterRefresh’, $preview); This at least seems to be the problem.
It was unclear from your post if you were thinking it was coming from plugins or core.
Can’t help much without having access to code. But what you said is right
sendAction is deprecated and shouldn’t be used anymore, actions are now simple closures.
Allright, so just calling the action as a function is the correct way now? Then I guess I’ll have to look over my code. I thought maybe it was a bug.
Yes calling it as a function should be the expected usage.
I hadn’t defined afterRefresh in the composer-editor tag parameters in the template file. I guess that is required.