From: Kenzaburo Ito <prescience@30...> - 2002-04-19 01:44:33
New constants should go in constant_inc.php
The default/ directory is an attempt to imitate FreeBSD's system of
/etc/default/rc.conf which is overwritten by the user defined /etc/rc.conf
In the same way default/config_inc1.php is overwritten by anything in
config_inc.php. This should make upgrading simpler although (potentially)
more confusing. default/config_inc2.php needs certain values that the user
defines (the path globals) in order to work properly. In general the files
in default/config_inc2.php are unlikely to be changed by most users.
I'm always looking for a simpler way to manage this if anyone has better
suggestions. The current system is workable but I don't exactly feel good
about it. To be better it needs to be less confusing for the novice
user. Or perhaps I just need better instructions/explanations.
>What are the files in /default? How are they different? Are they loaded
>BEFORE config_inc.php ?
>Are there guidelines for where new constants should be defined?
From: Sean Coates <sean.coates@hi...> - 2002-04-19 12:20:54
a pre-defined constant (OFF).
wanted to get the switch there ASAP, so it'll be easier to migrate (if
people see it in their config files now, they might remember it later).
- onChange auto-submit on project switching select box
- check-none / check-all for project moving
- popup windows for documentation
- form auto-focus on whatever field is defined for that form (google style)
eventually become a per-user setting (as was originally mentioned in the
tasks list (http://mantis.sf.net/tasks.php3)).
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