[geeklog-devel] Geeklog Autotags Update and Tooltips
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Tue Nov 23 09:34:47 EST 2010
> First, thanks for taking over the autotags plugin.
I wasn't necessarily taking it over ;-)
> Second, are you taking over the forum plugin? Have you/the team considered
creating a public HG repository > for the forum?
I don't want to take it over myself but I would contribute to the project at
some point (I have other things planned at the moment). Blaine mentioned at
one point (I can't seem to find the email) that we should take a look at the
forum included in the NexPro release as it is an upgraded version.
We should create a public HG repository for it plus for several other
popular plugins that the original authors have stopped working on.
> Is there still time for me to do my COM_newTemplate patch? I should have
it packaged and attached to the
> bugtracker in a couple days.
I would still like to go over your template replacement class as it has a
lot of features I would like to see:
Do you see the need for COM_newTemplate if yours does eventually get
This also reminds me of your long ago Calendar patch. Since the GSOC one
seems to have disappeared and no one has worked on the Calendar plugin in a
while, I would like to see your work get integrated.
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[mailto:geeklog-devel-bounces at lists.geeklog.net] On Behalf Of Joe Mucchiello
Sent: November-22-10 9:55 PM
To: 'Geeklog Development'
Subject: [geeklog-devel] Geeklog Autotags Update and Tooltips
> function COM_Tooltip($text, $hoverover = '', $class = 'tt', $template =
> There are many ways to do a tooltip and everyone has their favorite.
> Geeklog's tooltip will be stored in a template file so people can change
> as needed.
I would have done this through the template engi ne (of course). Any page
supporting tooltips would include the tooltip template in a set_file call.
Then you just call parse on the tooltip as needed.
// completely off the cuff
$T = new Template('.');
> My plan is to include 2 different looking tooltips; one that uses images
> one that does not. My question is should I include a switch in the Geeklog
> Configuration -> Theme section that allows the user to switch between the
> available tooltips or just let them modify the tooltip template
> files/names on their own?
As long as you can override the tooltip template file somewhere it shouldn't
be a prob lem.
> Also, once Geeklog 1.8.0 is released I will release updated versions of
> the forum and autotags plugins to take advantage of these autotag
First, thanks for taking over the autotags plugin.
Second, are you taking over the forum plugin? Have you/the team considered
creating a public HG repository for the forum?
Is there still time for me to do my COM_newTemplate patch? I should have it
packaged and attached to the bugtracker in a couple days.
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