1. 06 Sep, 2005 2 commits
  2. 31 Aug, 2005 1 commit
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      - Patch #28483 by Steven: JavaScript enabled uploading. · e03ce2f9
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        Comment from Steven: It does this by redirecting the submission of the form to a hidden <iframe> when you click "Attach" (we cannot submit data through Ajax directly because you cannot read file contents from JS for security reasons).  Once the file is submitted, the upload-section of the form is updated.  Things to note:
      
          * The feature degrades back to the current behaviour without JS.
          * If there are errors with the uploaded file (disallowed type, too big, ...), they are displayed at the top of the file attachments fieldset.
          * Though the hidden-iframe method sounds dirty, it's quite compact and is 100% implemented in .js files. The drupal.js api makes it a snap to use.
          * I included some minor improvements to the Drupal JS API and code.
          * I added an API drupal_call_js() to bridge the PHP/JS gap: it takes a function name and arguments, and outputs a <script> tag. The kicker is that it preserves the structure and type of arguments, so e.g. PHP associative arrays end up as objects in JS.
          * I also included a progressbar widget that I wrote for drumm's ongoing update.php work. It includes Ajax status updating/monitoring, but it is only used as a pure throbber in this patch. But as the code was already written and is going to be used in the near future, I left that part in. It's pretty small ;). If PHP supports ad-hoc upload info in the future like Ruby on Rails, we can implement that in 5 minutes.
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      - Patch #29785 by Chx: multiple node types were broken so we refactored · c9fc300b
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        part of the node system!  If you have a module that implements node
        types, you'll have to udpate its CVS HEAD version.
      
        We replaced _node_name() and _node_types() by _node().  The new _node()
        hook let's you define one or more node types, including their names.
        The implementation of the _node() hook needs to:
      
         return array($type1 => array('name' => $name1, 'base' => $base1),
                      $type2 => array('name' => $name2, 'base' => $base2));
      
        where $type is the node type, $name is the human readable name of the type
        and $base is used instead of <hook> for <hook>_load, <hook>_view, etc.
      
        For example, the story module's node hook looks like this:
      
          function story_node() {
            return array('story' => array('name' => t('story'), 'base' => 'story'));
          }
      
        The page module's node hook module like:
      
          function page_node() {
            return array('page' => array('name' => t('page'), 'base' => 'page'));
          }
      
        However, more complex node modules like the project module and the
        flexinode module can use the 'base' parameter to specify a different base.
      
        The project module implements two node types, proejcts and issues, so it
        can do:
      
          function project_node() {
            return array(
             array('project_project' => array('name' => t('project'), 'base' => 'project'),
             array('project_issue' => array('name' => t('issue'), 'base' => 'project_issue'));
          }
      
        In the flexinode module's case there can only one base ...
      
        This hook will simplify the CCK, and will make it easy (or easier) to merge
        the story and page module.
      
        In addition, node_list() became node_get_types().  In addition, we created
        the following functions: node_get_name($type) and node_get_base($type).
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      - Patch #29002 by Neil: list_themes() currently returns all themes, not just... · 1836d3b3
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      - Patch #29002 by Neil: list_themes() currently returns all themes, not just enabled themes. This functionality is only used in one place- configuration for disabled themes. These configuration pages can be removed with a usability improvement since you shouldn't be able to configure things which are disabled. Additionally, this allows us to remove some extra logic in system_user(). And it it more consistent with the module API which only lists enabled modules.
      
      list_themes() sorts the results by name. This uses filesort in MySQL since there aren't any indexes. Sorting is not used except in system_user(). This one use can be handled with ksort since it is not often executed (only on the user edit screen when multiple themes are enabled).
      
      And a one line fix to remove a variable in system_user() is in here too.
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