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kiang
Re: Oryxgen 0.7
  • 2006/6/16 18:43

  • kiang

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I have no idea why. But I could install it although there were exactltly lots of notices and warnings. ^^||

I'm trying to clean the code. If possible, please check out them from SVN.
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kiang
Re: Oryxgen 0.7
  • 2006/6/16 15:41

  • kiang

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I commited them into SVN repository of an old project in sf.net. (It's a long story...^^||)

http://sourceforge.net/svn/?group_id=116932

If you like, you could sign up there for some practices about the benefits brought from version control system like SVN. Later you could register your own project. :)

I'll keep commit your releases there and may modify some of them to fit my needs. You could always find the version I'm working on.
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kiang
Re: Oryxgen 0.7
  • 2006/6/15 18:20

  • kiang

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kiang
Re: Oryxgen 0.7
  • 2006/6/15 18:12

  • kiang

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With the help from oryxvet, I could generate a module through this tool. I have some suggestions:

1. Store the table structure in database.

When using this module, I must create the tables through phpMyAdmin first. Once generate the module, I must delete the tables which were created manually. Because I want to install the new module through XOOPS system. There are lots of benefits if storing the table structure.

2. Credits

I know it's your right to left credit in the result. But a good code generation tool offen assists others to get more credits.

*The 2 above are brought from XBS ModGen ( http://dev.xoops.org/modules/xfmod/project/?xbs_modgen )

3. Clean the code

I could find lots of unnecessary code snippets in Oryxgen. And the English interface is hard to encourge people trying it. Compare to the new functions, I think it would be better to clean the code from now on. :)

4. Merge the works from other code generation tools

A code generation tool encourge people not to re-build the wheels or waste time on repeatable jobs. I think it would be better to merge some other excellent works like...

symfony - http://www.symfony-project.com/
Qcodo - http://www.qcodo.com/
CakePHP - http://cakephp.org/
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kiang
Re: Translation issue...where to start if i want to translate? very confusing
  • 2006/6/14 17:36

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Quote:

hisoc8y wrote:
Hi everyone


i want to translate XOOPs and modules to Arabic Language...


however, since yesterday, i've been trying to find a help doc on how to start, what to consider when translating, what to translate....but no luck


i tried the lang_tool ...installed it, created a profile, but then what? dont know where to go from here...

Help guys...i need a guideline to start .....

Thanks

HiSoC8Y


Since you had installed lang_tool. You could go to the front end of this tool and begin your great job. :)
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kiang
Re: Editing language content on the fly
  • 2006/6/14 17:34

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Quote:

sceilig wrote:
Thanks Rowd - hadnt seen that in my searching.

I installed the module and played around with it. Its more for translating languages but I should be able to hack it for my needs since it already shows all installed modules, and you can open each language file and edit the variables.

Cheers!


Once you hack it. Please share a patch with us.
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kiang
Re: Oryxgen 0.7
  • 2006/6/12 15:36

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Two big problems...

1. Interface

I have no idea what 'xg_st_xg_statut_criteria' and others exactly mean. There need some more description showed between operaction, or ...

2. Documentation

It's hard to realize your logic if you don't tell us more. I've read the the document you provided for earlier version. But I havn't built any module following it. Maybe I'm stupid enough and need more help. :)
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kiang
Re: xProject - Open Source Project Management
  • 2006/3/9 2:49

  • kiang

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It looks like Trac:
http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/

Great job!
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kiang
Re: publish to news
  • 2006/3/1 12:01

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


CBB 3.0 doesn't have such function yet. But it implement a 'transfer' function which you could easily add what you want here. :)
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kiang
Re: Where is the topic about module builder ??
  • 2006/2/17 21:07

  • kiang

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  • Since: 2002/9/2 1


Thanks. :)

I've tried to search. But the keywords are wrong.
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