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Balzac
Re: "Universal" module framework...
  • 2010/8/4 7:36

  • Balzac

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I can only say:
I second this.

A seperate universal framework is handy for module developers and core developers.
Updating a module framework is much easier than a whole core for just a few modules.

Xoops descision was to split modules from the core several years ago. From that moment the module problems began.
Problems because every module developer stumbled up into develop problems because there where core code lacking. Therefore some module developers created their own specific framework. Which in fact is absurd.
One universal module framework can solve this whole module and compatibility mess.



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Balzac
Re: WF-Links or any Links Module??
  • 2010/2/13 10:41

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Quote:
It turned out that the failure of newly added links to appear is related to the time stamp put on the link. First, it will often be a minute or two later than your actual local time. Second, there is a potential problem between server time and local time. Anyway, if the time stamp is later than your local time, you won't see the link. It will appear once your time is later than the time stamp.

You can avoid this by choosing a time stamp in the submission form that is earlier than your local time when posting. Then the link will appear immediately.

A simple problem but it fooled me for a while.

This same 'problem' occurs also with the module news.

Other small bug within wflinks 1.07 and fix for it:

When notifications are enabled an error might occur.

Fix
Open the file include/notifications.php and replace this line:
Code:
$mydirname basenamedirname__FILE__ ) );



with this line:
Code:
$mydirname basenamedirname(  dirname__FILE__ ) ) );



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Balzac
Re: Lets shrink XOOPS
  • 2010/1/25 22:06

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@ aph3x

It is not the install (yes or no) discussion, because for your option all the editors are still uploaded.
The discussion is the amount of mb that comes with the standard xoopscore package.
I agree with Dylian. One standard XOOPS core editor, maby added with only one wysiwyg editor but separate the rest of the wysiwyg editors into a addon package.
At this moment a lot of ppl have several editors, and therefore many mb's on their server. Editors which they never use. Keep in mind that a lot of the users don't know how to remove these unnecessaire files and dirs.



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Balzac
Re: WF-Links or any Links Module??
  • 2010/1/11 23:37

  • Balzac

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See: http://members.multimania.nl/mcdonald ... hpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=128

Found a small typo in WF-Links 1.07 that causes new links not to be displayed correctly on the Index Page.

To fix this open the file ../templates/wflinks_index.html and find this line:
Code
<{include 
file="db:wflinks_linkload.html" link=$link[i]}>



Replace the above line with the following:
Code:
<{include file="db:wflinks_linkload.html" wfllink=$link[i]}>


It's possible the developer never changed it in his latest 107 release.


Save the file, upload it to your server and update WF-Links from the Module Administration.




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