1. 20 May, 2001 1 commit
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      CHANGES · 20397ad3
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      - 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.
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  2. 17 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · 031e4d42
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      - Tidied up the field_get() API and improved the implementation of
        both field_set() and field_get().
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  3. 15 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · 1022eb61
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      - Drastically simplified the node_save() API, which should make the
        node-forms more secure.  Updated "node.module" and "queue.module"
        to work with the new API.
      
        The upgrade script, 2.00-to-x.xx.php, is still broken and needs
        fixing.
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  4. 10 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · c1c39439
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      CHANGES:
      
      - "Formified" node.module and structure.module.
      
      - Added moderator capabilities to topics in structure.module; you can
        define the default moderators.
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  5. 05 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · be8e898d
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      - Uhm.  Rewrote the module system: less code clutter, less run-time
        overhead, and a lot better (simpler) module API.  I had to edit a
        LOT of files to get this refactored but I'm sure it was worth the
        effort.
      
        For module writers / maintainers:
      
        None of the hooks changed, so 95% of the old modules should still
        work.  You can remove some code instead as "$module = array(...)"
        just became obsolete.  Also - and let's thank God for this - the
        global variable "$repository" has been eliminated to avoid modules
        relying on, and poking in drupal's internal data structures.  Take
        a look at include/module.inc to investigate the details/changes.
      
      - Improved design of the content modules "story", "book" and "node"
        (to aid smooth integration of permisions + moderate.module).  I'm
        still working on the permissions but I got side tracked for which
        I "Oops!".
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  6. 02 May, 2001 1 commit
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      · 343e71c8
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      CHANGES:
      
      - Added moderator permissions to nodes.
      
      - Added moderator support to structure.module.
      
      - Added new moderate.module.
      
      - Renamed moderation.module to queue.module to avoid confusing.
        Updated theme yaroon as it seems to have a hard-coded reference
        to moderation.module.
      
      - Polished on:
         + account.module: improved access list
         + fixed HTML typo in node.module
      
      ACTIONS:
      
      - Jeroen: can jeroen2.theme be removed from ./themes/yaroon?
      343e71c8
  7. 30 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · fead09a8
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      Welp.  Large commit ahead.
      
      CHANGES:
      
      - Added "read" and "write" permissions into drupal but removed
        it again because - when finished after 3 hours of work - it
        was considered nothing but added complexity that didn't buy
        us anything. :I
      
        (I'll explain this in detail on the mailing list, I guess.)
      
      - Added a very simple help.module to group all available
        documentation on a single page.
      
      - Fixed bug in node_control(), book.module: UnConeD forgot to
        global $user when updating the combobox code.
      
      - Removed static wishlist.module: in future, the wishlist can
        be maintained as a page in our collaborative book.
      
      - Revised most of settings.module: tidied up the code and the
        descriptions to accompany the settings and introduced a new
        "default maximum number of nodes to display on the main page"
        variable.
      
      - Revised most of comment.module: the administration interface
        looks better now, integrated node permissions, and -finally-
        made it possible to delete comments.
      
      - Polished on:
         + account.module
         + structure.module
         + locale.module
         + module.module
         + forum.module
      
      - Form-ified:
         + account.php
         + account.module
         + setting.module
         + cvs.module
         + submit.php
         + comment.module
         + forum.module
         + book.module
         + page.module
         + locale.module
      
      - Updated CHANGELOG
      
      INFO:
      
      - Designed a "generic tracker system with optional backends"
        on paper.  The idea is to allow registered users to hot-list
        certain topics, individual nodes or threads (comments) and
        to "plug-in" output backends like - for instance - an e-mail
        digest.  The design requires "intelligent blocks" though.
      
      
      TODO:
      
      - I want to tidy up the headline.module and backend.class as
        well as merge in headlineRSS10.module.  Julian spent quite
        some time working on headline.module but I'm not sure what
        he changed and whether he'd contribute it back?
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  8. 29 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · ef7d5e12
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      CHANGES:
      
      - Added new form_* functions to common.inc, used for building
        forms: it should improve 'stability' (no form typos, every-
        thing properly escaped/unescaped) and should help providing
        a very consistent user interface (wrt forms).
      
      - Adjusted node.module to use the new form functions.
        (Can be used as an example.)
      
      - Adjusted book.module to use the new form functions.
        (Can be used as an example.)
      
      - Merged function.inc into common.inc!
      
      - Slowly removing all global $status and $rstatus variables:
        use node_status() instead.
      
      TODO:
      
      - Apart from implementing the permission system, I'll spend
        some time updating most modules today and tomorrow to use
        the new form functions.
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  9. 21 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · cccb132c
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      - 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
  10. 19 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 3f1979aa
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      - 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.
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  11. 16 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · b1c66cb5
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      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
  12. 11 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 4711869f
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      - fixed a small SQL bug in page.module
      - slightly improved story.module, node.module and book.module
      - made the "default theme" a setting from the setting page
      - polished a bit on the export function: we can now export the
        book or parts thereof through the following url:
      
          1.  http://drop.org/export/book/
                (full book)
          2.  http://drop.org/export/book/nid
                (where nid is the node id to start with)
      
        The export routine demonstrates how it can be done yet the
        output is too basic and can only improve over time.
      4711869f
  13. 10 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 0f567be0
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      - improved administrator interface of account, node, story and book
        by (1) adding a few extra features to "easify" navigation and (b)
        to start using "status messages" as once suggested on the mailing
        list by Jeroen
      0f567be0
  14. 07 Apr, 2001 1 commit
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      · 38806b4a
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      - fixed bug in common.inc: throttle()
      - streamlined method invocation in node.inc
      - added node_status() function to modules
      - added NEW (mostly static) page module
      - added NEW settings module
      38806b4a
  15. 02 Apr, 2001 2 commits
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      · 36ea1cf9
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      - list nodes chronological
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      · 805107cd
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      Commiting my work of last Sunday:
      
       - removed ban.inc and ban.module and integrated it in account.module
         under the name "access control" --> the ban code was not really up
         to standard so this has now been dealt with.  This refactoring and
         reintegration cuts down the code size with 100 lines too.  :-)
         (The ban.module code was really old and it showed.)
      
       - added node.module and made the other modules reuse some of this
         code --> cut down the code size of modules by at least 100 lines
         and adds stability.
      
       - added a status() function to admin.php to display a conform status
         message where appropriate.  See admin.php for usage.
      
       - removed $theme->control() and made comments.inc handle this itself
         wrapped in a $theme->box().  No need to clutter the themes with
         such complexity --> updated all themes already. :-)
      
       - some small visual changes to some administration pages to be more
         consistent across different modules.
      805107cd