From: Mike Clark <Mike.Clark@Cinven.com> - 2003-09-23 09:00:55
Sounds like 2 good features, at least the errorpage
will keep things consistant on Errors.
Is that in the CVS?
Thought u dev peeps would be interested to know that
all the permissioning and user management has been kinda done.
I still have to apply templates etc, but the code is in there
and working. Im just adding a bit of security to stop any
Injections from working, and the basic function will be done.
When that is done I may put it into the CVS as a starting point.
Im sure when it goes into the CVS u will all have something to
change/fix with my code as Im a bit of a php n00b ;)
Anyway, nice to see dev is still going well.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andreas Gohr [mailto:a.gohr@...]
> Sent: 21 September 2003 13:38
> To: videodb-devel@...
> Subject: [videodb-devel] New things for developers
> Hi developers!
> I just added a new function called 'errorpage' to functions.php. It
> displays an errorpage and exits the application. It should be=20
> used instead
> of die() or exit() statements.
> I added a hidden config option named 'dbversion' to the=20
> config table. This
> option is only set in the createtables.sql and updatedb.sql=20
> script (at the
> very end). Another option named 'dbneeded' was added to=20
> config.inc.php. By
> comparing both versionnumbers I can see if the tablestructure fits the
> needs of the VideoDB and displaying an error if not...
> The numbers have to be increased in all three files on every=20
> change to the
> table structure!
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