From: Seth Hall <seth@re...> - 2002-12-21 06:25:24
Replied to the wrong message the first time... <grin
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> From: Seth Hall <seth@...>
> Date: Sat Dec 21, 2002 01:02:00 AM US/Eastern
> To: Joe Stewart <joestewart@...>
> Subject: Re: [Phpslash-devel] comments changes/fixes
> X-Mailer: Apple Mail (2.482)
> On Friday, December 20, 2002, at 11:44 AM, Joe Stewart wrote:
>> Worked well. Thank you very much. The patch has been applied to the
> Thanks for getting that committed so quickly. My site hadn't been
> updated from cvs in a couple of months, but this most recent update was
> killer. The phpgroupware derived pslNew from Matthew is great(and page
> caching), but wooo... did it take a while to get it all updated and
> working ;)
>> The only change I made was to add the "commentViewIP" permission so
>> the admin can choose which users can see the IP a little easier.
> ahh.. much cooler.
>> I also reverted the default back to allow the user to change their name
>> and email when posting.
>> These two did require a couple of db entries.
>> Congrats on the engagement.
> thank you very much, I'm pretty excited. :)
> At some point, I might have comment pagination working. It's pretty
> easy for flat, but the way the comment system works makes the other
> methods pretty nasty. I'll keep messing around with it though and see
> if I can get it working "right".
> Here's where I delve into my idea of "right" for this, I think I'll
> just look primarily at nested since they'll all be about the same
> anyway, and that's what I've been messing with.
> We'll say that there are 5 comment per page(for simplicity) and they
> are nested as follows:
> The comments would be as follows...
> Does anyone have any ideas of other ways this could/should be done? I
> think that this shouldn't be too hard of a thing, but I was getting
> tired yesterday and kept running into stupid little problems. I've
> finished most of this work already at least.