[geeklog-devel] Filtering in GL2
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Mon Dec 13 21:44:21 EST 2004
> Here I assume you mean the stuff the kses filter does along with stripping
> of unwanted HTML, right?
Correct. Today we have a number of format related functions:
I think I got them all
There are also:
In addition, there is much more code inside the app that is adding or
These have been added over time to address common needs but a major task to
replace and consolidate the core GL 1.3 codebase.
Still, it would be good to create a new OO based class and start to use it
and slowing migrate scripts.
The 1.3.x platform and plugins could be used to test such a new common
I'd like to get more input but would be willing to take the lead on
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Bibbs" <tony at tonybibbs.com>
To: <geeklog-devel at lists.geeklog.net>
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 7:29 PM
Subject: Re: [geeklog-devel] Filtering in GL2
Blaine Lang wrote:
>Dirk and I have talked on and off about the need for a OO class that would
>be more flexible and consistent.
>Also we need to be able to pass an array of parms so that we don't have to
>make 10 function calls at times with larger forms for example.
>This class needs to have all the common dataoperations
Here I assume you mean the stuff the kses filter does along with
stripping of unwanted HTML, right?
>- prepfordisplay - handles stripslashes and html entities
>- prepforSave - handles quotes
Quote handling in GL2 should be transparent to the developer. Recall
that all custom SQL goes into a named query file and that the SQL that
goes in there should use prepared SQL as opposed to the kind of SQL
found in 1.3.x. Similarly, Propel handles the retrieval of the data
into objects so that should be transparent as well.
>- prepforOS -- handles directory path delimiters for example.
What else is done here beside path delimiters?
Sounds good. Anyone want to take a stab at defining the function
prototypes of the oo-based class? I'm not sure of all the things we are
talking about here.
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