1. 10 Oct, 2004 1 commit
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      · e769215e
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      - Code improvement: removed some redundant code from the book module.
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  2. 09 Oct, 2004 1 commit
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      - Patch #11401 by Goba: documentation updates: · cca3c34f
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         + Made error strings in blog.module consistent.
         + Explained a bit better what the RSD setting is for in the blog module.
         + Removed the notes about PHP content from block module and book module, since everything is handled via the input formats now.
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  3. 08 Oct, 2004 1 commit
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      · af1eb3b9
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      - Reintroduced the book outline feature: non-book pages now have an outline-tab on their node page, given you have permission to maintain books.  Using the outline-tab, nodes can be added to a book's hierarchy.  Also added some context sensitive help and fixed some quotes.
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  4. 29 Sep, 2004 2 commits
  5. 28 Sep, 2004 1 commit
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  7. 16 Sep, 2004 1 commit
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      - Patch #8179 by JonBob: reintroduced menu caching.
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  8. 08 Sep, 2004 1 commit
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      · 7b716e8e
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      - Patch #10622 by Adrian: fixes various PostgreSQL related problems.
      
        1) Menu problems with Postgres (this is a highly critical 1 line fix)
        2) Archive module fails with Postgres
        3) Postgres setup problems - changes to database.pgsql (although i made these changes myself before finding this patch)
        4) Book module fails with Postgres
        5) Postgres problems following creation of a new type of user - which is actually about a taxonomy.module bug.
        6) Creating accregator_item_table in PostgreSQL
        7) Postgres - Polls not displayed on Poll Page
        8) Blog module has sql errors with postgres
      
        This should not affect MySQL users (hopefully).
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  9. 07 Sep, 2004 1 commit
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      · e1d76097
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      - Patch #6464 by TDobes: don't enforce book revision -- rely on the default setting.
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  10. 24 Aug, 2004 1 commit
  11. 21 Aug, 2004 3 commits
  12. 19 Aug, 2004 1 commit
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      · fa25c7a0
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      - Code improvements by Stefan: use capital letters for header titles (and added some missing t() functions).
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  13. 18 Aug, 2004 2 commits
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      · db548f75
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      - Bugfix, spotted by Gerhard: editing a book page did not update the author.
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      · 83a739bd
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      - Code improvements by Stefan: made all status messages consistent (and easier to translate).
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  14. 16 Aug, 2004 2 commits
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      · 2f33b939
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      - Patch #9983 by Stefan: usability improvement: made sure all status messages start with a capital letter.
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      · 4545f798
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      - Patch #10103 by Gerhard: book module cleanup.
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  15. 10 Aug, 2004 4 commits
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      The Input formats - filter patch has landed. I still need to make update... · 660f9928
      Steven Wittens authored
      The Input formats - filter patch has landed. I still need to make update instructions for modules and update the hook docs.
      
      Here's an overview of the changes:
      1) Multiple Input formats: they are complete filter configurations (what filters to use, in what order and with which settings). Input formats are admin-definable, and usage of them is role-dependant. For example, you can set it up so that regular users can only use limited HTML, while admins can free HTML without any tag limitations.
      The input format can be chosen per content item (nodes, comments, blocks, ...) when you add/edit them. If only a single format is available, there is no choice, and nothing changes with before.
      
      The default install (and the upgrade) contains a basic set of formats which should satisfy the average user's needs.
      
      2) Filters have toggles
      Because now you might want to enable a filter only on some input formats, an explicit toggle is provided by the filter system. Modules do not need to worry about it and filters that still have their own on/off switch should get rid of it.
      
      3) Multiple filters per module
      This was necessary to accomodate the next change, and it's also a logical extension of the filter system.
      
      4) Embedded PHP is now a filter
      Thanks to the multiple input formats, I was able to move the 'embedded PHP' feature from block.module, page.module and book.module into a simple filter which executes PHP code. This filter is part of filter.module, and by default there is an input format 'PHP', restricted to the administrator only, which contains this filter.
      This change means that block.module now passes custom block contents through the filter system.
      As well as from reducing code duplication and avoiding two type selectors for page/book nodes, you can now combine PHP code with other filters.
      
      5) User-supplied PHP code now requires <?php ?> tags.
      This is required for teasers to work with PHP code. Because PHP evaluation is now just another step in the filter process, we can't do this. Also, because teasers are generated before filtering, this would result in errors when the teaser generation would cut off a piece of PHP code.
      
      Also, regular PHP syntax explicitly includes the <?php ?> tags for PHP files, so it makes sense to use the same convention for embedded PHP in Drupal.
      
      6) Filter caching was added.
      Benchmarking shows that even for a simple setup (basic html filtering + legacy URL rewriting), filtercache can offer speedups. Unlike the old filtercache, this uses the normal cache table.
      
      7) Filtertips were moved from help into a hook_filter_tips(). This was required to accomodate the fact that there are multiple filters per module, and that filter settings are format dependant. Shoehorning filter tips into _help was ugly and silly. The display of the filter tips is done through the input format selector, so filter_tips_short() no longer exists.
      
      8) A more intelligent linebreak convertor was added, which doesn't stop working if you use block-level tags and which adds <p> tags.
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      - Left-over debug statement · 50717513
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      - #4266: When editing a book page, hide the page and its children from the... · af0be96a
      Steven Wittens authored
      - #4266: When editing a book page, hide the page and its children from the "Parent" selector to prevent circular relationships in the book hierarchy.
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  16. 05 Aug, 2004 1 commit
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      · c6b1eaa2
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      - Patch #9775 by TDobes: consistency operation.  Changed to "edit foo," "delete foo," and "view foo" links into simply "edit," "delete," and "view".
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  17. 31 Jul, 2004 2 commits
  18. 30 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · aed1b0ca
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      - Patch #5347 by JonBob:
      
      Here's a new patch that unifies the node/52 and book/view/52 paths for nodes. It involves a small change to hook_view(), which is discussed first:
      
      Currently hook_view() expects node modules to return a themed node. However, each module does this the same way; they modify $node as necessary, then call theme('node', $node) and return the result. We can refactor this so that the calling function node_view() calls theme('node') instead. By doing this, it becomes possible for hook_nodeapi('view') to be called after hook_view() where the node contents are filtered, and before theme('node') where the body is enclosed in other HTML. This way the book module can insert its navigation into the body right before the theming.
      
      Advantages of this refactoring:
      - I can use it for book.module to remove the extra viewing path.
      - The function of hook_nodeapi('view') becomes more like hook_view(), as neither will expect a return value.
      - We more closely follow the flow of other nodeapi calls, which usually directly follow their corresponding specific node type hooks (instead of preceding them).
      - The attachment.module people could use it to append their attachments in a list after the node.
      - Gabor could use it instead of his filter perversion for his "articles in a series" module.
      - A little less code in each view hook.
      - The content hook is no longer needed, so that means even less code.
      
      Disadvantages:
      - Any modules written to use nodeapi('view') could be affected (but these would all be post-4.4 modules).
      - Implementations of hook_view() would need to be updated (but return values would be ignored, so most would work without updates anyway).
      
      Now the patch takes advantage of this API shift to inject its navigation at the end of all book nodes, regardless of the viewing path. In fact, since the paths become identical, I've removed the book/view handler entirely. We should probably provide an .htaccess rewrite for this (one is still needed for node/view/nn anyway). At the same time, there is a check in book_block() that shows the block appropriately on these pages.
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  19. 25 Jul, 2004 1 commit
  20. 13 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · 1c52b145
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      - Patch #8080 by TDobes: added teaser support to the book and page module.
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  21. 08 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · 898bdeff
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      - Marked required fields on the node (story, book, page, blog) and comment
        forms using the $required argument of the form_ functions.
      
      - Replaced all Optional's and Required's from the taxonomy forms with proper
        use of the form_ functions.
      
      Please check your contributed modules too!
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  22. 06 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · 7bb88809
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      - Patch #9049 by JonBob: fixed a number of tab issues.
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  23. 04 Jul, 2004 1 commit
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      · fe2b3e7c
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      - Patch by Steven and me: refactored the form handling of nodes. The node system is now using form_set_error() and friends like the rest of Drupal does. This makes for both a consistent user experience and consistent code. It simplifies the forms and validation code, however, it does change the node API slightly:
      
          * The _validate hook and the _nodeapi('validate') hook of the node API (1) no longer take an 'error' parameter and (2) should no longer return an error array. To set an error, call form_set_error().
      
          * The _form hook of the node module no longer takes a form hook and should not worry about displaying errors. Ditto for _nodeapi('form_post') and _nodeapi('form_pre').
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  24. 21 Jun, 2004 2 commits
  25. 20 Jun, 2004 1 commit
  26. 18 Jun, 2004 1 commit
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      · 54b77d64
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      Tabs patch!
      
      CHANGES
      -------
      
       + Introduced tabs. First, we extended the menu system to support tabs. Next, a tab was added for every link that was (1) an administrative action other than the implicit 'view' (2) relevant to that particular page only. This is illustrated by the fact that all tabs are verbs and that clicking a page's tab leads you to a subpage of that page.
      
       + Flattened the administration menu. The tabs helped simplify the navigation menu as I could separate 'actions' from 'navigation'. In addition, I removed the 'administer > configuration'-menu, renamed 'blocks' to 'sidebars' which I hope is a bit more descriptive, and made a couple more changes. Earlier, we already renamed 'taxonomy' to 'categorization' and we move 'statistics' under 'logs'.
      
       + Grouped settings. All settings have been grouped under 'administer > settings'.
      
      TODO
      ----
      
       + Update core themes: only Xtemplate default supports tabs and even those look ugly.  Need help.
      
       + Update contributed modules.  The menu() hook changed drastically.  Updating your code adhere the new menu() function should be 90% of the work.  Moreover, ensure that your modue's admin links are still valid and that URLs to node get updated to the new scheme ('node/view/x' -> 'node/x').
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  27. 03 Jun, 2004 1 commit
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