I've recenty developed a plugin that adds a server selection in the login page.
I've now sucessfully ported my new plugin to SM 1.2.10.
1) Can I get an account to upload my plugin (multilogin) in the SM web page ?
2) Is it possible to add the hook I need to the CVS in the stable branch (there's a patch with this mail) ?
This hook (session_recall) is called after extracting session information, in order to
add my own session variables. Who can do that ?
This patch/plugin desn't seem to work if register_globals is On.
Perhaps is it like session's recents problems ?
benoit bourdin aka bennyben
in reply to a p dont think, at 07/12/2002 12:50:10
> Nice work. I think this should definitely be added to the plugins page.
> You should also include a patch for 1.2.10 and maybe (?) consider
> including actual fixed copies of all the files that are modified by your
> patch for those without patch support or who otherwise would rather
> replace files manually (?). More importantly, I suggest that you ask on
> the DEVEL mailing list to have that hook added to CVS.
> I have the ability to add this plugin to the website if you want,
> although it would be most appropriate for you to ask one of the plugin
> team leaders for an account to add it yourself.
> Finally, I see you stripped down the vlogin config file, which is much
> cleaner, but you should mention somewhere at least in your README a list
> of all the settings that can potentially be made via the config file.
> Also, it is of minor consequence to you, but be aware that I am
> currently working with a user of the vlogin plugin who is not able to
> use the $_SESSION['username'] when setting $org_title using the vlogin
> config file because her SM installation is not acting as expected. I'll
> let you know if this might impact your plugin as well as vlogin...
> - paul
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: squirrelmail-plugins-admin@...
> > [mailto:squirrelmail-plugins-admin@...] On Behalf Of
> > benoit bourdin
> > Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 5:37 AM
> > To: squirrelmail-plugins@...
> > Subject: [SM-PLUGINS] multiserver login plugin (multilogin)
> > I just finished a squirremail plugin designed to add a server
> selection in the
> > login page.
> > You just need to put your IMAP servers/domains/names in the config.php
> > In order to do my plugin, I needed another hook (session_recall, when
> > are extracted from the PHP session).
> > You need to patch squirrelmail also, I give here a patch for the 1.2.9
> > Of course, this plugin is under the GPL license.
> > benoit bourdin (aka bennyben)