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 1   Community / Random Posts / Ghost Forums  Sep 10th, 2005, 6:09pm 
Started by Froglet | Last post by Froglet
*Sssssssssssssssssssweeehhh* *hears wind blow*  I wonder what happened to this forum.  No body is here.  
lol
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 2   Community / Random Posts / This is Broken  Aug 8th, 2005, 8:31pm 
Started by shadow | Last post by shadow
Has anyone been to www.thisisbroken.com? It is very entertaining. Grin
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 3   Community / Random Posts / Re: Programming XML-syntax  Jun 14th, 2005, 7:13pm 
Started by ejona | Last post by Rojahon
It just uses files.  When you run the program it checks to see if the folder 'files' is there, if it isn't it creates it and chmods it.  So it's really easy to install.  Then it just chuncks files in there.  I just had it name the files what there subject is.  I didn't want to have to do any parsing.  It doesn't have any id10t error catches tho, so if you create a subject with the same name as another, it'll just write over the old one.  I guess that wouldn't be hard to fix but I didn't feel like it. Grin
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 4   Community / erSOFT Development / erRAND Update  Mar 2nd, 2005, 3:56am 
Started by Rojahon | Last post by ejona
Current status of errand:
  • I have a general outline made that is VERY customizable for unplanned features.
  • I have it set up so that it will NOT rely on the XML database.
  • Still need to implement many things including authorization.

 
Interaction in modules is as follows:
  • Modules use object oriented database wrappers (exactly like DOM's) that can use MySQL functions (not written: Robert - would you do that once I am ready?) without the module caring.  This will cause written MySQL functions to provide tree support to allow for the xml data structure.
  • Modules can be copied to a new folder and do not require any install.  The main difficuilty with this is the naming of functions, you can't redefine functions and such.  What I did is have modules create functions with the function_create command and save that to a $modules variable.
  • At every junction, the programmer should have the option to use a wrapper or call a function or other module directly.

 
As far as an admin would go:
  • There is a global template that EVERY module uses providing unified look.
  • Modules should have all text external to code for easy modification.

 
Big things that still neet to be thought about:
  • Creation of a syntax for defining (x)html code to be used for modules and functions that can be easily defined in the template.  It needs to support loops and such... There is the stupid way to do this with $blah_before; $blah_inbetween; $blah_after; $blah_etc but this is exactly what I DON'T want.  I still need to think of this and figure out a good happy medium between geared for the admin and geared for the programmer.
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 5   Community / The World of UNIX / Re: Mac OS  Feb 6th, 2005, 2:58am 
Started by moomoo | Last post by Rojahon
tu shay
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 6   Community / Windows Haters / Re: Windows  Jan 26th, 2005, 10:42pm 
Started by ejona | Last post by Rojahon
lol
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 7   Community / Comments / Questions / Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR  Jan 3rd, 2005, 7:52am 
Started by moomoo | Last post by Rojahon
yey!
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 8   Community / Comments / Questions / Re: Questions/Comments  Dec 31st, 2004, 3:18am 
Started by shadow | Last post by Rojahon
yeah it's screwed up.  It doesn't matter though we hope to be working on our own forum eventually.
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 9   Community / News / Re: IT'S BACK  Dec 28th, 2004, 7:25am 
Started by Rojahon | Last post by moomoo
hey...anything can go far out of the window of an airplane...or better yet out of the cargo door of a space shuttle
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 10   Community / Random Posts / Re: tamsi.net  Dec 25th, 2004, 5:24am 
Started by Froglet | Last post by Rojahon
Well I can get onto the site, but I can't login of course.
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