1. 01 Nov, 2001 1 commit
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      · 336b713a
      Dries authored
      - A large batch of updates, amongst them a rewritten node system.  More
        information available on the mailing list.
      336b713a
  2. 20 Oct, 2001 1 commit
  3. 16 Oct, 2001 1 commit
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      · 33a3502d
      Dries authored
      - Removed a node's link ID (lid) as discussed on the mailing list.  See
        'updates/3.00-to.x.xx.mysql' for the required MySQL updates.
      
      - Renamed some "author" fields to "uid" fields for sake of consistency.
      
      - Fixed the coding style of some PHP files.
      
      - Fixed the moderation queue (fairly untested though).
      
      - Re-introduced the temporary SQL table in _node_get().
      
      - Added a missing 'auto_increment' to 'updates/3.00-to-x.xx.mysql'.
      33a3502d
  4. 13 Oct, 2001 1 commit
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      · 0a5e1828
      Dries authored
      - Fixed the remaining SQL problems when running MySQL in ANSI mode.
        (moderation/comment related)
      0a5e1828
  5. 09 Oct, 2001 1 commit
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      · f1932821
      Dries authored
      - PEAR-ification of Drupal by claw: you can now host Drupal on a wide
        range of databases including MySQL, PostgreSQL, MSSQL, and others.
      
        For additional information and an 'how to upgrade', check the mails
        sent to the mailing list.
      f1932821
  6. 07 Oct, 2001 1 commit
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      · 47c6fce5
      Dries authored
      - added a comment() function to the base theme: you don't have to overload
        it in your custom themes
      
      - moved 'theme_account()' to the base theme as '$theme->user()' so that it
        can be themed.
      47c6fce5
  7. 28 Sep, 2001 2 commits
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      · 0cce47f1
      Dries authored
      - fixed small glitch in node_del()
      
      - fixed small glitch in comment_del()
      
      - changed the API of the form() function.  The first parameter, the
        "action"-attribute in the <form>-tag has been made optional.  By
        default, it will be set to "$REQUEST_URI".
      
        Why? Because in 98% of the cases we would do:
      
          global $REQUEST_URI;
          $form = form($REQUEST_URI, $form_content);
      
        while we can do:
      
          $form = form($form_content);
      
        now.
      
        Update your modules (and sorry for the inconvenience)!
      0cce47f1
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      · f1ebe411
      Dries authored
      - comment.inc:
         + when replying to a comment, the author's name was displayd as being 'anonymous'.
      
      - blog.module:
         + fixed the URLs of the links in the "latest blogs"-block.
      f1ebe411
  8. 27 Sep, 2001 1 commit
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      · 4a0e498f
      Dries authored
      - a batch of updates, including some experimental changes to the moderation
        of comments and nodes.
      4a0e498f
  9. 20 Sep, 2001 1 commit
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      · 9239aaea
      Dries authored
      - Fixed bug reported by Kristjan and Mike: anonymous users can post
        comments now.
      
      - Improved the comment system so that anonymous users can change the
        comment settings.
      9239aaea
  10. 19 Sep, 2001 1 commit
  11. 16 Sep, 2001 1 commit
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      · 2d1e9126
      Dries authored
      - Added the new user module!
      2d1e9126
  12. 07 Sep, 2001 1 commit
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      · b9947121
      Dries authored
      - fix a _bug_ in "max threaded" mode
      b9947121
  13. 11 Aug, 2001 1 commit
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      · 808b6b6c
      Dries authored
      - Changed the authentication and login scheme as discussed on the mailing
        list.
      - Fixed the export function in book.module (patch my Julian).
      - Fixed the comment alignment (comments got truncated).
      808b6b6c
  14. 25 Jul, 2001 2 commits
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      common.inc · d016fb14
      natrak authored
      - format_username() now takes a second optional parameter which gives the
        real name of the user.
      
      Rest
      - updated the calls to format_username() where appropriate to show the name
        of the user instead of the account id. Clicking on a name will still give you
        the account info etc. If you find a place where the real name is not shown
        let me know.
      d016fb14
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      comment.inc · 6fbd8403
      natrak authored
      - removed comment_controls().
      - modified comment_render() to use $theme->comment_controls().
      
      theme.inc
      - added BaseTheme->comment_controls().
      
      locale.module
      - can now search for status independant of language.
      - string is now a regular expression. For wildcard searches do .*text.*.
      - can search in modules + pages, all modules or a specific module.
      
      account.php
      - fixed viewing other accounts info would show the active users name in the
        real name field.
      - now shows users recent contributions and comments (if the user has access to
        them).
      6fbd8403
  15. 24 Jul, 2001 1 commit
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      account.php · 845888fe
      natrak authored
      - real name is now shown to all users.
      
      page.module
      - improved the locale support.
      
      comment.inc
      - added a wrapper table for comment_thread_max() as suggested by nick.
      845888fe
  16. 30 Jun, 2001 2 commits
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      · 87575929
      Dries authored
      - Introduced caching support.
      87575929
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      · f56e7453
      Dries authored
      - Tidied up node.inc and node.php a bit.
      
      - Fixed annoyance in comment.inc.
      f56e7453
  17. 29 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · 9c43e8fc
      Dries authored
      Extremely large commit:
      
      - Fixed tiny quote problem in account.php.
      
      - Fixed tiny bug in comment.inc.
      
      - Fixed tiny bug in comment.module.
      
      - Fixed tiny bug in meta.module.
      
      - Simplified user_access() API.
      
      - Rewrote link system: still needs fine-tuning and testing so don't
        upgrade if you are running a production site. ;)
      
        Updated all modules and themes to reflect this change.  All other
        themes and modules need updating too!
      9c43e8fc
  18. 27 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · 124694ee
      Dries authored
      - Fixed bug node.module bug:
      
          + the node scheduler did not un-schedule a node!
      
      - Fixed comment bugs (as a result of the formification):
      
          + no signatures where being attached to the comments.
      
          + check_input was used where is should have been check_output,
            with broken filters as the immediate result.
      124694ee
  19. 26 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · 73b855f7
      Dries authored
      - Fixed typo in comment.inc as result of form-ification.  Replying to
        a node was not possible: clicking the Preview button redirected you
        the main page.
      73b855f7
  20. 25 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · b8a31dba
      Dries authored
      - Fixed a few tiny bugs in comment.inc (introduced by the form-ification).
      b8a31dba
  21. 20 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · 72065fb8
      Dries authored
      - Added a brand-new access.module which allows you to manage 'roles'
        (groups) and 'permissions' ... (inspired by Zope's system).
      
          + Once installed, click the help-link for more information.
      
          + See updates/2.00-to-x.xx.sql for the SQL updates.
      
      - Modified loads of code to use our new access.module.  The system
        still has to mature though: new permissions have to be added and
        existing permissions need stream-lining.  Awaiting suggestions.
      
      - As a direct result of the new access system, I had to rewrite the
        way the top-level links in admin.php are rendered and displayed,
        and xhtml-ified admin.php while I was at it.
      
      TODO
      
      - Home-brewed modules need updating, home-brewed themes not.
        (Examples: file.module, trip_link.module)
      
      - As soon we *finished* the refactoring of the user system (KJ has
        been working on this refactoring already) we should consider to
        embed this role and permission code into account.module ...
      72065fb8
  22. 17 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      · 03c06a86
      Dries authored
      Oops, a rather large commit:
      
      - Changed meta.module, node.module and index.php to use comma-seperated
        lists of attributes rather then "foo=a,bar=b" lists.  This makes it a
        a lot easier to use both modules.  In addition, error handling can be
        discarded as it can't be made any simpler, really ...
      
        It fits rather nicely in Drupal's design so I'm getting more and more
        happy with this meta.module (but we are not 100% there yet).
      
      - node.module, node.inc:
      
         + Improved the node-related admin interface so that navigating back
           and forth the administrative menus is made both easier and faster.
      
         + Removed some redundant database fields from the node table.  See
           2.00-to-x.xx.sql!
      
         + Added 2 news hooks called "node_insert" and "node_update".  Just
           like this is the case with the existing hook "node_delete" these
           new hooks will automatically get called when a node has been
           inserted or udpated.  Note that this is an optional call-back that
           only needs to be implemented when required.  With the addition of
           these two hooks, the node mechanism (version 1) is pretty well
           completed.
      
      - watchdog.module:
         + Fixed bug whit the 'regular messages' query in the watchdog.module.
      
      - book.module:
         + Fixed bug in book.module: the 'parent' was not set properly when
           updating a book page.
         + Made it so that older versions of a book page are automatically
           reactived upon deletion of the most recent version, i.e. when
           doing a version roll-back.
      
      - comment.inc:
         + Undid Remco's patch to comment.inc; it does not work in some cases.
      
      
      - conf.module:
         + Fine-tuned some of the options in conf.module a bit.
      
      - marvin.theme:
         + Visual changes to make it look better on Windows browsers.  Mind
           to give some feedback on this?
         + Fixed 3 HTML typos/bugs.
         + XHTML-ified the theme at a best effort basis; I didn't carry the
           XHTML specification with me.
         + Made use of the theme_slogan variable to display the site's slogan.
         + As soon we have at least one valid XHTML theme we can wonder on how
           to integrate other XML namespaces (cfr. MathML story at drop.org).
      
      - database.mysql:
         + Updated database.mysql so that it contains all the latest "database
           patches".
      03c06a86
  23. 15 Jun, 2001 1 commit
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      Changes · a7fddeb8
      natrak authored
      - Modified comment.inc to use form_*() functions. Might have some
        side-effects I haven't found yet. Report any problems.
      a7fddeb8
  24. 13 Jun, 2001 3 commits
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      · 67cfb780
      Dries authored
      - Fixed typo; missing ".
      67cfb780
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      · a7f9a38a
      Dries authored
      - Applied Remco's patch, but added a closing </LI>-tag as well.
      a7f9a38a
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      · 9c5cd7e2
      Dries authored
      - Added missing </TD>.
        (Patched by Remco.)
      9c5cd7e2
  25. 10 Jun, 2001 1 commit
    • Dries's avatar
      · d397bbe9
      Dries authored
      This a rather large commit that needs a lot of fine-tuning.  If you
      update, you'll break your site as you need switching from structure
      to index.module: so this can be considered an intermediate commit.
      
      If you upgrade, and you are welcome to, just create a collection
      called "section" (for now) and assign your nodes some attributes
      in the described format.
      
      Feedback and bugreports are welcomed.  Questions will be answered.
      
      CHANGES:
      
      - comment system:
         + when replying to a node (rather then to a comment), that
           node is displayed above the reply form.
         + when replying to a comment (rather then to a node), that
           comment is displayd above the reply form.
      
      - removed structure.inc, removed structure.module.
      
      - node.inc:
         + added 2 new node functions called 'node_attribute_edit()' and
           'node_attribute_save()' used to 'hook in' any indexing system
          including your home-brewed stuff if you'd want to.  Currently,
          index.module is the facto default index system.
      
          See story.module for usage.
      
      - book.module, story.module, poll.module, page.module, forum.module:
         + added preview functionality to administration section (via node
           module).
         + removed all references to structure.inc (category, topic).
      
      - moderate.module:
         + removed all references to structure.inc (category, topic).
      
      - book.module, story.module, page.module, forum.module:
         + increased the sizes of some textareas.
      
      - submit.php:
         + removed all references to structure.inc (category, topic).
      
      - marvin.theme:
         + removed dead code: function story() was depricated.
      
      - unconed.theme:
         + removed hardcoded references to drop.org.
      
      - marvin.theme, unconed.theme, jeroen.theme, yaroon.theme, example.theme:
         + removed all references to structure.inc (category, topic).
      
      TODO:
      
      - file.module, trip_link.module:
         + update preview functionality:
             see story.module for example.
         + remove references to 'cid' and 'tid', use 'attribute' instead:
             see story.module for example.
      
      - extend and build upon index.module as well as making it configurable
      d397bbe9
  26. 20 May, 2001 1 commit
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      CHANGES · 20397ad3
      Dries authored
      - Redid settings.module and even renamed it to conf.module.
          * Settings are now grouped in basic categories like "system
            settings", "module settings" and "filters".
        * Added new settings to make Drupal easier to configure and
        to make some aspects like the watchdog scale better.
      
      - Renamed includes/settings.php to includes/conf.php.
      
      - Added filter support to conf.module and introduced filter hooks so
        modules can implement and export new filters.  Example filters are
        an HTML filter (implemented), a profanity filter, an url converter,
        ASCII smileys to images filter and so on ...
      
      - Reworked the check_* functions: user contributed content/input is
        only verified and filtered once in its lifespan.
      
      NOTES
      
      - Altough this is a large commit, no database changes are required.
      20397ad3
  27. 17 May, 2001 2 commits
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      · 031e4d42
      Dries authored
      - Tidied up the field_get() API and improved the implementation of
        both field_set() and field_get().
      031e4d42
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      · 6c387962
      Dries authored
      - Fixed bug in account.module.
      
      - Simplified field_set() API.
      
      - Made UnConeD's cool common timestamp format conform with the
        general coding style.  Sorry to be so picky about this but I
        really can't help it. ;)
      6c387962
  28. 16 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · 6f02738c
      Dries authored
      - Removed the "history"-field from the SQL table "users" and added
        this information to the "users"-field in both nodes and comments.
        This database/table change reduces the number of SQL queries and
        makes Drupal scale better where a lot of voting/moderation takes
        place.  Last but not least it can be considered a new and better
        foundation for future moderation metrics / algorithms.  In other
        words: it is plain better.
      
          --> oops, all voting/moderation results will be lost!
          --> requires database update, see "2.00-to-x.xx.sql"!
      
      - Updated database/database.mysql
      6f02738c
  29. 29 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 828f36cd
      Dries authored
      - Addition: added a new, tiny forum module: I will use this forum
        module to develop and test the permission system along with the
        regular nodes.  And hopefully, this forum module will grow into
        a very useable piece of code for drop.org.
      
        Requires a new SQL table "forum", see 2.00-to-x.xx.sql.
      
      - Removed 1 unused hook from page.module.
      
      - Removed 1 unused function from comment.inc.
      828f36cd
  30. 21 Apr, 2001 2 commits
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      · cccb132c
      Dries authored
      - Addition: added a "promote" field to the node table, which
        makes "promoting nodes" to the main page possible.  Stories
        and reviews could be promoted by default, but - on accasion
        a good book entry could be manually promoted too.  Thus all
        existing content types can be shown on the main page, not
        just stories.
      
        Requires a SQL update, see 2.00-to-x.xx.sql!
      
      - Addition: implemented "auto-post new submissions" feature
        to disable or by-pass the moderation queue in addition to
        "moderate new submissions".
      
        TODO: admin moderation versus registered user moderation.
      
      - Addition: added category and topic support to page.module.
      cccb132c
  31. 19 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 3f1979aa
      Dries authored
      - Addition: made it so that comments can be enabled/disabled on
        a node per node basis, rather then on a category per category
        basis.  The default settings for each individual category can
        be changed though.
      
        Example: it can be setup so that - by default - all stories
        posted to the category "article" will have comments enabled
        but stories submitted to "announcement" not.
      
        Different configuration schemes can easily be added later.
      
        Requires a SQL update, see 2.00-to-x.xx.sql/database.mysql.
      
      - Addition: made submit.php only use categories that users can
        actually submit new content to.
      3f1979aa
  32. 16 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · b1c66cb5
      Dries authored
      Another big update so please read this carefully because there is important information hidden in it.
      
      Made it so that we can disable/enable comments on a category by category basis. In order to accomplish this I had to make a few (*temporary*) changes.
      
      I moved all comment code from the "module level" (eg. story.module) to the "node level".  It was nothing but the logical next step in nodifying drupal.  This enables us to add comments to all existing content types including book entries.  But also for book entries, this to can be toggled on and off. :-)
      
      Moreover module writers don't have to worry about the complex comment logic: it is "abstracted" away.  This implies that story.module got smaller, faster and easier to comprehend. :-)
      
      In order to accomplish this, I had to update ALL THEMES, which I did - and on my way I updated Goofy, Oranzh and UnConeD - with the previous changes.  All themes are up-to-date now!  I also had to remove the [ reply to this story ] links, and temporally re-introcuded the "Add comment" button in the "Comment control".  Tempora lly that is, UnConeD. ;)
      
      I plan to upgrade drop.org either tommorow or wednesday so test away if you have some time to kill. ;)
      
      Oh, I also fixed a few bugs and made various small improvements.
      b1c66cb5
  33. 15 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 1f056580
      Dries authored
      - improved submit.php:
        it now uses the new category code, incl content bindings.
        You can setup different "categories" which map on a content
        type.  Example:
          review   -> review.module
          article  -> story.module
          column   -> story.module
          announc. -> story.module
          addons   -> file.module
          themes   -> file.module
      - "generalised" story.module and book.module's output.
      - fixed bug in includes/timer.inc
      - fixed glitch in theme example.theme: it said "$how by" but
        the variable $how has never been declared.
      - added "drupal development settings" to display some timings
      - more work on the categories/topics -> does NOT work yet
      1f056580