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javelin
cloning for beginners
  • 2004/9/13 11:04

  • javelin

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 160

  • Since: 2004/3/11


How big a job is it to clone a module like FAQ?

Is it just a question of copying the faq module creating a new directory called say FAQ2 and then changing the name in all the referance urls within the php, html and sql files from xoopsfaq_ to xoopsfaq2_ for example?

or am I being a little optimistic?

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carnuke
Re: cloning for beginners
  • 2004/9/13 11:39

  • carnuke

  • Home away from home

  • Posts: 1955

  • Since: 2003/11/5


Your basically on the right track Javelin. Let me suggest you use XSAS server. Theres a link on the left here ... Its a great way of experimenting with XOOPS on your own local machine without. affecting your own site. If things go wrong, just reload XOOPS and start again.

Richard

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javelin
Re: cloning for beginners
  • 2004/9/13 12:15

  • javelin

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 160

  • Since: 2004/3/11


It works!!!

COOOOOOOL

I suddenly love my "find and replace" button.

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JasonMR
Re: cloning for beginners
  • 2004/9/13 12:25

  • JasonMR

  • Just can't stay away

  • Posts: 655

  • Since: 2004/6/21


What a nice tool.
Wished I had known earlier about XSAS, but in this caos.....

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