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How to use your github.com repository on the eZ Publish extension forge : projects.ez.no

Tuesday, 10 Jan 2012

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 3 comments

At the end of this tutorial, you will have understood how to plug-in a github.com code repository as main code repository on the eZ Publish extension forge : projects.ez.no, for new and existing projects. The forge will be importing the commit history automatically, like it was done when the supplied Subversion repository was used.

 
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How to contribute to eZ Publish using Git

Tuesday, 01 Mar 2011

by André R  | 7 comments

 At the end of this tutorial, you should be able to contribute to eZ Publish Community Project, eZ Publish’s kernel developed by both eZ and the eZ Community. You will learn how to use git and github in the scope of this participation, and be given the bunch of best-practices to follow for smooth collaboration.

 
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Translating & Localizing eZ Publish using GIT

Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 10 comments

At the end of this tutorial, you should be able to contribute to the eZ Publish Localization project using GIT. Localizing means adding new translations to eZ Publish, enhancing existing ones, and adding or enhancing locales (currencies, week days names, date formats, etc. ).

 
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eZ Publish Knowledge Series: WebDAV support in eZ Publish 4.1 now using eZ Components

Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 1 comment

eZ Publish 4.1 brings improved WebDAV support by replacing its original building blocks by the eZ Components WebDAV component. The new version conserves all existing features, plus it now capitalises on the solid base of eZ Components with its unit tests, documentation and extensibility. This allows for easier maintenance and addition of new features, such as locking, in subsequent eZ publish releases as well.

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eZ Publish Knowledge Series: «Stale Cache» or «How caches in eZ Publish 4.1 are handled in a smarter way»

Monday, 30 Mar 2009

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 8 comments

This article describes in detail the principles and functions of the new cache system present in eZ Publish 4.1. Overall the idea can be summarised as follows: instead of deleting cache elements and then regenerate them across concurrent requests, the logic is reversed to a refresh algorithm. Basically a cache element will be marked as invalid but not deleted until a new version is ready. During the generation of the new cache element, the old version will still be served until it is ready.

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eZ Publish Knowledge Series: Editorial workflow with Object States

Tuesday, 24 Mar 2009

by Nicolas Pastorino  | 5 comments

Typical workflow-like processes basically boil down to transitions in states for objects driven by human or other external interaction. The introduction of freely definable object states, possibly grouped in object state collections and coupled to the role/policy system of eZ Publish, enables a wide range of applications.

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