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fatman
Re: NOAH
  • 2005/6/15 2:04

  • fatman

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  • Since: 2003/12/13


I've made several requests to try and get some help keeping the NoAh module up to date but no one has stepped forward.

The standalone version of NoAh does work but I haven't had time to keep the releases up to date. You'll need to contact me directly if you want the latest version.

I'm still very happy to share my source but only if someone can step forward to help manage support.



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fatman
Re: NoAh: Project helper(s) requested
  • 2005/4/2 4:41

  • fatman

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  • Since: 2003/12/13


@Barry, As Jason said there is LOTS of work being done to NoAh at the moment. I'm pushing very hard to have a polished release available soon.

The current preview I just made available to download (Jason provides a link in his response above) is pretty stable and is ready for testing.

At the moment I'm looking for all the help I can get with testing and debugging. To help this effort I am adding a tutorial to the Wiki which will walk you through the process of testing most of NoAh's features.

Feel free to send me a private message and we can exchange emails/instant message accounts.

@Jason, thanks for always jumping in with helpful links and info whenever someone asks about NoAh ! It's appreciated. :)



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fatman
Re: zipftp - Life saver and pretty fast too :-)
  • 2005/4/1 16:55

  • fatman

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It's a very creative idea. This could be a nice addition to my development server. :) Thanks again.



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fatman
Re: zipftp - Life saver and pretty fast too :-)
  • 2005/4/1 16:14

  • fatman

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This looks very interesting. You say that it can be used to upload to you 'cpanel' hosting. Does that mean CPanel is required on the server for this to work?

A little more detail on setup/install would be good. Do you have a php server running this script locally and it uploads to your remote server. Or is this script on the remote server and if so how does it know where to grab $xfile = 'xoops2.tar.gz'; from?

Also could this be used to add better more FTP like upload capabilities to a module? If perhaps combined with an upload field and a simple directory browser?

Thanks for sharing.



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fatman
Re: What does do?
  • 2005/3/18 20:46

  • fatman

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  • Since: 2003/12/13


<{$searchform.javascript}> is a Smarty tag.

Somewhere in the module PHP script which loads that form the developer is using the XoopsForm class to build all the form fields and form details. This XoopsForm was assigned to Smarty using the name 'searchform'.

All of the <{$searchform.something}> tags hold some sort of details about the form. <{$searchform.javascript}> will likely include any javascript the developer is using with thier form (most likely for validation).

If you look at the HTML source of the actual page when loaded in XOOPs you'll see that in place of <{$searchform.javascript}> there will probably be a chunk of javascript code.

Hope thats the answer you're looking for.



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fatman
Re: Creating module help...
  • 2005/3/18 2:52

  • fatman

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Just head to http://dev.xoops.org



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fatman
Re: NoAh: Project helper(s) requested
  • 2005/3/16 20:04

  • fatman

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  • Since: 2003/12/13


Thanks for the comments.

One thing I would like to get help with is setting up a good demo install of NoAh. For this I would need admin access to a NoAh module installed on a XOOPS site that has lots of content and makes use of several core and/or custom modules.

This will allow me to show off some of NoAh's capabilities and give people a better understanding what they can use it for.



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fatman
Re: Expanded tables?
  • 2005/3/15 4:36

  • fatman

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  • Since: 2003/12/13


The problem I think is with the 'StatCounter' javascript code that is getting inserted before <html><head>. This code appears not on the home page but does on some sub links.

Did you hack that in or is part of some module ? If you can't get the code into the <html><head> I would try sticking it at the bottom of the theme instead of the top.



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fatman
Re: customise module URL
  • 2005/3/14 7:07

  • fatman

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  • Posts: 176

  • Since: 2003/12/13


In theory it should be as easy as changing the name of the module folder and updating xoops_version.php file and then installing the module. However a lot will depend on the individual module and if the developer has hardcoded the module folder name into links or other areas of the code.



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fatman
Re: PHP flags and site security ????
  • 2005/3/14 4:32

  • fatman

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  • Posts: 176

  • Since: 2003/12/13


You can use the ini_set method or the .htaccess method. For .htaccess your host has to specifically allow you to use this file but most hosts do and It's probably easier than using ini_set

What you have in your example above looks fine to me.


If you want to try using the ini_set() function you'll want it to get into the first script file by each XOOPS page. I would stick it right at the top of mainfile.php




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