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If you are a XOOPS user and want to install several modules for testing, currently you need to install them one by one, which sometimes is quite frustrating, if there are many of them.

The same is for updating or uninstalling.

So we thought that we'll provide some help to you

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The latest version of Module Installer will help you to:

- install modules in bulk
- update modules in bulk
- uninstall modules in bulk

Please check out this video to see how easy it is now for XOOPS users:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7zW5oaQGbA





NOTE:

a) This modules is only for XOOPS 2.5.7

b) You will need to patch the Core by copying two files from the /extras folder to /modules/system/admin/modulesadmin

Therefore, this Beta version is only for developers and "power-users", who feel comfortable with testing Beta versions of software.



Download: XOOPS File Repository on SourceForge


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My Development Web Portfolio: Thank you Xoops

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XOOPS 2.5.7 Final Released

Mamba  16-Jun-2014 08:43  37108 reads  19
The XOOPS Development Team is pleased to announce the release of XOOPS 2.5.7 Final. This release is focused on making XOOPS 2.5.7 fully compatible with PHP 5.5.x, on security enhancements, bug fixing, and on updating external libraries to their latest versions: - jQuery to 1.11.0 - jQuery UI 1.10.4 - jQuery Lightbox to 1.2.3 - jQuery Form to 3.50.0 - jQuery Tablesorter to 2.15.11 - jGrowl to 1.2.14 - TinyMCE to 3.5.11 Angelo Rocha also has provided this new cool theme: the xBootstrap theme, based on Bootstrap Resized Image Since this version includes security fixes, it is highly recommended to update to this version ASAP! See the Changelog for more details. IMPORTANT NOTE: ----------------------------------- Due to changes related to security, it might happen that in one or two modules saving of the Permissions in Admin might not work. We are finalizing the Basic Module Pack, where all modules have been tested on XOOPS 2.5.6. Please check the News on XOOPS Website for a special announcement about the updated modules, or ask on the XOOPS Forums. Or you can read more detailed information about how to fix it yourself in /docs folder in the file: "fixing_permissions.txt" Please post and discuss all issues related to this release in this Forum thread We also need help with Translations using Transifex System requirements ----------------------------------- Minimum PHP Version: 5.3.7 Please note: the fact that the XOOPS Core runs correctly on PHP 5.5.x, doesn't mean that all your modules will run correctly, therefore you'll need to test them first. The recently released modules that qualify for our Basic Module Pack, are all tested on PHP 5.5.x, and they should run just fine. We're also in process of updating the Basic Module Pack specifically for XOOPS 2.5.7 If you encounter any issues, please let us know in our Support Forums, in this specific thread dedicated to XOOPS 2.5.7 Viva XOOPS! Downloading XOOPS ----------------------------------- You can get this release package from the Sourceforge repository. There are .zip and .gz archives provided.
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XOOPS 2.6.0 Service Manager: Introduction

Mamba  21-May-2014 07:54  8550 reads  3
In XOOPS 2.6.0 alpha 2, some familiar services that were traditionally internal parts of the core were separated into modules. Some examples are: avatars, comments, and notifications The separated module approach achieves some important benefits: ● Modules can be updated independently. ● Modules can have private resources, such as templates, configurations, maintenance pages. ● Modules can be omitted if not needed, saving some resources. But there are potential benefits to separation that were not realized: ● The service modules were not easily replaced with alternate implementations ● References using hard coded module names litter the entire system wherever a service is needed In XOOPS 2.6.0 we'll introduce a "Service Manager" component: ● Services located by service name, not provider ● Service interface established by Contract ● Returns a standardized Response object that includes result, status and messages ● Request is based on a well known interface ● Actual provider does not matter to caller ● No need to check for a specific module ● If the service is not available, that status is returned just like any other error condition. ● Service providers are only instantiated when explicitly requested, and then kept for the duration of the PHP run. ● A locate event is not triggered until a named service is first requested, so if a service is not used, it has no overhead cost. ● If no providers for a service are installed, the locate trigger has little cost, and any subsequent calls go straight to a NullProvider that minimizes resource use. Richard Griffith, our Core Team leader, has created a presentation to show you how XOOPS 2.6.0 will implement the Service Manager, and how to use it. You can see the presentation on SlideShare This is the second presentation from our new "XOOPS 2.6.0 Education Series", where we will share with new features being developed for XOOPS 2.6.0, and show you how to use them. The first presentation was about Asset Management using Assetic XOOPS 2.6.0 is currently in development, in pre-Alpha 3 stage. There is a lot of new development going into XOOPS 2.6.0, as you can see from these articles: XOOPS is back, and with a vengeance! Major improvements to XOOPS 2.6.0, Alpha 3 release is getting closer! and after adding Doctrine, PHPUnit, Composer, Assetic, and several other cool things, Service Manager is another component that will simplify XOOPS development! You can contribute to the XOOPS 2.6.0 development by forking it from GitHub, and submitting your code there. We would also like to thank Slider84 from XOOPS France for his help in creating the template for this presentation! Viva XOOPS!
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XOOPS supports the upcoming "Crafting Code Tour" ...

Mamba  12-May-2014 11:53  6651 reads  0
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XOOPS Project is very proud to support the upcoming "Crafting Code Tour" with PHP Expert Brandon Savage

Writing great, high quality code is hard. Understanding the nuances of the languages you use, and the way in which you accomplish certain tasks can be highly challenging. That’s why The Crafting Code Tour is coming to a city near you in Summer of 2014. And the best part? Attending is completely FREE!

The Crafting Code Tour is a 18-city, 15-state, 3-country speaking tour aimed at the PHP user group community. Kicking off in June, this tour will hit sixteen cities in North America and bring along world-class speakers of different types to speak at individual user groups. To the user groups, this event will be free, paid for by sponsors of the tour.

The Crafting Code Tour will focus on how developers can do their best work, how software development is a craft, and how we can grow. While the list of speakers along the tour route is still being compiled (and will likely change for various cities), the goal is clear: to prove that it’s not impossible to bring outside speakers to individual user groups.

The meeting in Cincinnati, OH is on July 16 at the UC School of Information Technology.
To register, please go to:
http://www.meetup.com/TechLife-Cincinnati/events/169927672/


Other locations:
Washington, DC ~ June 11, 2014
Raleigh, NC ~ June 18, 2014
Charlotte, NC ~ June 19, 2014
Charleston, SC ~ June 23, 2014
Orlando, FL ~ June 24, 2014
Miami, FL ~ June 25, 2014
Tampa Bay, FL ~ June 26, 2014
Atlanta, GA ~ June 30, 2014
Nashville, TN ~ July 2, 2014
Dallas, TX ~ July 8, 2014
Austin, TX ~ July 10, 2014
Tulsa, OK ~ July 11, 2014
Kansas City, MO ~ July 12, 2014
Minneapolis, MN ~ July 14, 2014
Milwaukee, WI ~ July 15, 2014
Cincinnati, OH ~ July 16, 2014
Toronto, Ontario, Canada ~ July 17, 2014
New York, NY ~ July 21, 2014
Puebla, Mexico ~ September 13, 2014

For details, please visit: http://www.craftingcodetour.com/tour-stops/
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XOOPS 2.6.0 Assets Management using Assetic

Mamba  01-May-2014 11:49  8707 reads  0
A web page consists of a base HTML document and any additional files it may include, such as stylesheets, scripts, images and fonts. We will refer to these additional files as assets.

Assets are a very important part of the user experience. For today's rich, highly interactive web applications, the asset performance may be more significant than the backend application and database performance.

In XOOPS 2.6.0 we'll use Assetic, originally developed by Kris Wallsmith, to manage all the assets.

Richard Griffith, our Core Team leader, has created a presentation to show you how XOOPS 2.6.0 will be managing its assets. You can see the presentation on SlideShare

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This is the first presentation from our new "XOOPS 2.6.0 Education Series", where we will share with new features being developed for XOOPS 2.6.0, and show you how to use them.

XOOPS 2.6.0 is currently in development, in pre-Alpha 3 stage.

There is a lot of new development going into XOOPS 2.6.0, as you can see from these articles:

XOOPS is back, and with a vengeance!

Major improvements to XOOPS 2.6.0, Alpha 3 release is getting closer!

and after adding Doctrine, PHPUnit, Composer, and several other cool things, Assetic is just another example of how XOOPS is leveraging contributions from the Open Source community!

You can contribute to the XOOPS 2.6.0 development by forking it from GitHub, and submitting your code there.

We would also like to thank Slider84 from XOOPS France for his help in creating the template for this presentation!

Viva XOOPS!
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XOOPS 2.5.7 RC-1 Released for Testing

Mamba  06-Apr-2014 08:14  8694 reads  1
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We are getting closer to have a PHP 5.5.x - certified XOOPS version.

Today we are very happy to release for testing XOOPS 2.5.7 RC-1

This release is focused on PHP 5.5.x compatibility, security enhancements, and bug fixes. We have also updated jQuery and several jQuery components.

Angelo Rocha also has updated this new cool theme: the xBootstrap theme, based on Bootstrap

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See the Changelog below for more details.

Minimum PHP Version: 5.3.7

Please note: the fact that the XOOPS Core runs correctly on PHP 5.5.x, doesn't mean that all your modules will run correctly, therefore you'll need to test them first.

The recently released modules that qualify for our Basic Module Pack, are all tested on PHP 5.5.x, and they should run just fine.

For all others, please let us know about any issues you might have.

Download: SourceForge File Repository.

Please remember: This is a RC version and mainly for features testing!!!!

Please DO NOT install it on a production site and DO NOT upgrade any production site with it!!! But we encourage everybody to test it heavily!

Please post and discuss all issues related to this release in this forum thread


Viva XOOPS!
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XOOPS 2.5.7 Beta 1 Released for Testing

Mamba  07-Mar-2014 05:05  10182 reads  2
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As more and more hosts are offering in addition to PHP 5.4.x also PHP 5.5.x, it was important that we update and certify XOOPS for PHP 5.5.x as well.

Today we are happy to release for testing XOOPS 2.5.7 Beta 1, that will run without any problems on PHP 5.5.x

This release is focused on PHP 5.5.x compatibility, security enhancements, and bug fixes.

But we have included one new cool thing: the xBootstrap theme, based on Bootstrap

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See the Changelog below for more details.

Minimum PHP Version: 5.3.7

Please note: the fact that the XOOPS Core runs correctly on PHP 5.5.x, doesn't mean that all your modules will run correctly, therefore you'll need to test them first.

The recently released modules that qualify for our Basic Module Pack, are all tested on PHP 5.5.x, and they should run just fine.

For all others, please let us know about any issues you might have.

Download: SourceForge File Repository.

Please remember: This is a Beta Release version for features testing only!!!!

DO NOT install it on a production site and DO NOT upgrade any production site with it!!!

Please post and discuss all issues related to this release in this forum thread


Viva XOOPS!
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French XOOPS Podcast, a new way for information

alain01  23-Feb-2014 10:05  6590 reads  3
Resized ImageIt's time to offer to our French-speaking community a new modern way to inform them about XOOPS.
This is the XOOPS Podcast at http://podcast.frxoops.org/.

The characteristic are :
- News about XOOPS (Core, modules, themes, french community...)
- Interview
- 3 to 5 minutes
- 2 podcasts / months









Note : Smartphone, touchpad

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For Iphone and Ipad, all is included







RSS audio feed : http://podcast.frxoops.org/feed.xml


Note : sound, music and logo are exclusivity for the Podcast XOOPS !
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XOOPS Japanese Support is back

KeiichiSHIGA  11-Jan-2014 15:10  4602 reads  1
To everybody loving XOOPS - XOOPS Japanese Support is back again.

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http://xoops-japanese.sourceforge.jp/
http://sourceforge.jp/projects/xoops-japanese/

New XOOPS Japanese Support was established in "SourceForge.JP"(a japanese version of SourceForge Japan).

We are very excited that XOOPS users in Japana will have the needed support in their native language
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Wishing Happy Holidays and Happy New Year 2014 to all of our users and friends!

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May 2014 be the best year ever for all of you!
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sedayemiandoroud.ir - New persian project in XOOPS

sova  22-Dec-2013 14:36  4611 reads  6
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Modules :

xnews
Xoops Tag
Contact
MyLinks


====================

Sedaye Miandoroud

http://www.sedayemiandoroud.ir
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Major improvements to XOOPS 2.6.0, Alpha 3 release is ...

Mamba  23-Nov-2013 18:43  14041 reads  21
Richard Griffith, our Core Team Leader continues to make major improvements to the XOOPS 2.6.0 Core!

Yesterday he committed a major batch of new features to our code repository on GitHub, and I thought that it was significant enough to make it a special news!

This is the summary from Richard:

Quote:
Conversion of kernel classes to Doctrine DBAL

The conversion required lengthy testing, and a variety of other changes that cover the same space have been included:

- User passwords hashes now use bcrypt ("blowfish") for increased security
- Module update process now automatically performs schema updates
- Patchwork UTF-8 libraries added to implement a "Unicode all the way" approach
- SQL prepared statements and bound parameters implemented in core classes
- Unified preloads/preload.php file now used reducing the number of files involved
- Several improvements for some debugging tools

Note: running composer update is required for these changes as several packages were added and/or updated. (see this info to learn more about Composer, and how to install it. There is also this good article here)

You can merge this Pull Request by running
git pull https://github.com/geekwright/XoopsCore master
Or view, comment on, or merge it at:

https://github.com/XOOPS/XoopsCore/pull/42

Commit Summary
- Add cURL to the recommended php extension list
- Doctrine conversions, and Bcrypt ("Blowfish") password encryption.
- Schema conversions comments and images modules
- Fix a few inssues introduced in doctrine conversion
- Implement a unified preload file in some modules
- Allow absolute urls in button links
- Add RotatingFileHandler option for logs versioned by date
- Doctrine conversion missed earlier
- Declare classes as abstract
- More unified preload file changes
- Start conversion of kernel classes to namespaces
- A few module updates for recent namespace changes
- A few fixes for issues found in testing of recent changes
- Convert userconfigs to module from extension
- Add caller info to deprecated message
- Add transaction to add and update. Fix pass by ref error.
- Fix incorrect grouping of some where clauses.
- Move userconfigs from extension to module list
- Fix namespace issues
- Fix an odd expression case involving a null 'IN' clause.
- Add schema synchronize step to module update process
- Fix issues introduced in recent conversion.
- Add Patchwork UTF-8 support
- Update for PHP 5.5 compatibility


Please fork it on GitHub from XOOPS repository, test it, and help us with debugging and improving!

Viva XOOPS!
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We are pleased to announce that Ricardo Costa (Trabis) from Portugal and Nicolas Andricq (ForMuss) from France, have been inducted into the XOOPS Hall of Fame

XOOPS Hall of Fame has been created to recognize people who provided in the past extraordinary support and dedication for XOOPS, and helped to move XOOPS forward. It is just a small token of appreciation for all the hours they've spent on making XOOPS what it is today - one of the world's finest Web CMS solutions around!

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Ricardo Costa (Trabis) - the Lead Developer of the XOOPS 2.4.x series and XOOPS 2.6.0. He also developed and updated countless modules. He is one of the finest and most pleasant developers to work with, respected and beloved by the whole XOOPS Community.

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Nicolas Andricq (ForMuss) - the Lead Developer of the XOOPS 2.5.x series and XOOPS 2.6.0. A PHP and JavaScript expert, he revamped together with his "French Team" the 2.5.0 Admin GUI making it looking very cool! He also incorporated Bootstrap into XOOPS 2.6.0 and redesigned the Admin GUI.

While due to new jobs and family responsibilities they had to scale down their XOOPS involvement, we hope that once their lives become less hectic, they'll be able to contribute again to XOOPS!

Please join us in thanking them for all the hard work, their support and dedication to XOOPS!!!!

XOOPS Council
Sept. 16, 2013
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XOOPS is back, and with a vengeance! :)

Mamba  15-Sep-2013 13:36  11411 reads  13
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I don't think, we had so much excitement about XOOPS as we have right now, in a very very long time!

We're now starting to work with full power on XOOPS 2.6.0!

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After incorporating the Doctrine DB Abstraction Layer, that puts us on par in the DB area with projects like Laravel and Symfony, which are also using Doctrine, Richard Griffith, our new Core Team leader, continues to deliver amazing things!

Building up on the awesome work on XOOPS 2.6.0 by Trabis, ForMuss , Mage and Dugris, Richard just did some major redesign of our Debugging/Logging system, making XOOPS the CMS with probably the best debugging/logging capabilities in the world! Something what all serious developers will truly appreciate!

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- Our new logging mechanism in Core is now PSR-3 compliant, which currently only very, very few projects can claim!!!

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- he has replaced our outdated Debug view with the awesome PhpDebugBar module, that will provide our developers with tons of useful information.

As you can see above, our new PhpDebugBar is actually a "PhpDebugBar on steroids" because it merges it with information that XOOPS provides. So now we'll have the same information as the old Debug, but much, much more, incl. Smarty info and the cool timeline! Check out the original PhpDebugBar to see the original limited version of the PhpDebugeBar, but if you want to see what Richard did, you need to download XOOPS 2.6.0

- we've converted our Legacy Logger to the new logging system

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- and we've included Monolog module for professional logging capabilities!

- and Richard is almost done with reworking of Trabis' XMF (XOOPS Module Framework). We plan to use XMF as a migration tool for existing XOOPS modules. Once converted to XMF, the current modules should be able to run on XOOPS 2.6.x, with no or only very minimal modifications, which will keep with our tradition of easy migration for our users.

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You can fork it from our GitHub XOOPS Repository

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Oh, did we mentioned that we're already using PHP Composer and that in the future we'll be also fully utilizing Packagist?

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Another work that we're doing is to have the whole XOOPS Core tested using PHPUnit.
Alain91 from France, who is leading this effort, has written already majority of tests, and we also have already set up a dedicated website with Jenkins. This is still in a testing phase, but once we go live with it, all submitted Core code will have to go through Jenkins to be accepted into the central repository.

And Richard and his team are just warming up

So expect more cool things coming soon!

But why wait? Just join the XOOPS Development Team and start contributing to XOOPS, either in the Core area or in the Module Development area, or both!

Please join the conversion in this thread!

XOOPS is Powered by YOU!!!

Viva XOOPS!
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