Monthly Archives: September 2006

The spec of Legacy_Controller cache mechanism (2)

Legacy’s cache mechanism can make plural cache files from one content. Imagine a blog module. A blog writer can find a edit icon and a delete icon on his entry. Administrators may find more privileged control icons. In other words, … Continue reading

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Alpha5 is available

XOOPS Cube Legacy 2.1 Alpha 5 is available now. Alpha 5 includes many bug fixes and new ported features which I had forgotten to develop until Alpha 4. Those features are XoopsForm templates, much better cache mechanism and full-spec(?) user … Continue reading

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The spec of Legacy_Controller cache mechanism (1)

Legacy_Controller is heavier than XOOPS2 JP, because XOOPS Cube defines more classes. Therefore, powerful cache mechanism is important for us. Powerful cache often raises problems. For example, if a cache file is made by an access of the administrator, anonymous … Continue reading

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Cube Legacy in the final stage!

I have been unexpectedly busy for these few weeks. I haven’t gone home, and kept on work. My mates in the project team are busy as with me. By that, the project team came to have to publish the delay … Continue reading

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Fatal mistake

I made a booboo at Alpha4-c… The installer of Alpha4-c and Alpha4-d doesn’t install a must configuration item ($xoopsConfig) about the mail address of the administrator. I have fixed it in CVS. So the fix will be included to the … Continue reading

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