[geeklog-devel] Plugin development guides out of date
rasade88 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 05:26:43 EDT 2010
Ok, diving into it!
I will inform the changes I make so that you can review them. First will be
to replace the echo statements at the end of each block of code with
Also I notice that files from the latest 1.7.0b1 and from the repository
have the heading 'Geeklog 1.6' in the opening comments block... is this
something wrong with me or has it not been updated?
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Dirk Haun <dirk at haun-online.de> wrote:
> Ramindu Deshapriya wrote:
> >I was looking into developing a mockup of the e-commerce plugin. For this
> >read up on the Plugin Developers Handbook and downloaded the Universal
> >Plugin Toolkit. Both of them seem to be a bit outdated.
> Yes, they are (it even says so on the wiki). I wouldn't use the
> Universal Toolkit any more - it even requires register_globals to be
> "on", at least for some things.
> If you're looking for a current plugin template, take one of the bundled
> plugins or try the Plugin Generator.
> >Would you like these guides to be brought up to
> >date? Is there some initiative in place to do this?
> Of course we would welcome any help in updating them :)
> My suggestions would be to get a wiki account and start doing it. There
> are some hints buried on the various wiki pages pointing out that the
> information is outdated and where to find more current information
> (usually in lib-plugins.php). Incorporating that information would be a
> good start. It may sometimes require a rewrite of an entire page, but
> that shouldn't stop anyone.
> As usual, documentation is the part that nobody really wants to do. So
> any help there is greatly appreciated.
> bye, Dirk
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