[geeklog-devel] 1.3.10 to do list
tony at tonybibbs.com
Mon Jul 26 12:51:00 EDT 2004
Dirk Haun wrote:
>Inclusion of the SpamX plugin - what's the status here? We probably need
>a new plugin API function so that plugins can filter or reject comments
>before they will be saved. Also, a method to make it easier to package
>plugins with Geeklog would be nice, e.g. by making the install script
>read the SQL for the plugin from some predefined directory (if we do
>that, it also needs to be able to handle plugin updates).
I say add something like the following:
The first one is the one we needed the most. I figured adding a
postSaveComment would complete the cycle, though, I can't think of an
immediate use for it now. I also added the two story-related methods as
I don't think it would be a stretch to think someone may want those at
some point. Just a suggestion...we can simply add the one and worry
about the rest as needed...I just figured we might try being a bit more
proactive by adding a few more.
>PDF: Currently, the PDF-related files all produce XHTML, which is
>inconsistent with the rest of Geeklog which produces plain ol' HTML. From
>the documentation, the PDF add-on doesn't understand XHTML either (but
>only HTML 3.2), so I don't see the need for this. Tony? Anything else
>that needs to be done on the PDF support?
Agreed, I misunderstood that much. With that, nothing else is really
>A few features have been mentioned in the past as being possibly ready to
>go into the next release. Most notably spell checking and archiving of
>old stories. Tony, Blaine - any updates?
Count the spellchecker out. I've dusted it off and have a few fairly
big bugs that will take some time...not worth holding off the .10 release.
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