Tuesday 13 September 2011 10:35:05 am
Good one Serhey, simple and useful.
A few remarks that might help, after a quick test-drive :
* Place the sql folder at the root of the extension, as done here :
* When editing the attribute definition at the content class level, i'd find slightly more usable to have the "Update" and "Remove" buttons floating on the left rather than on the right.
Cheers and keep-up contributing !
Friday 16 September 2011 8:35:03 am
Sorry, SQL file have been moved to
I`ve updated the project description.
I thought about storing limitations in the some data_text attribute (serialized or XML). But in this case the source code will be more complicated. So i shoosed to use persistent objects
Sunday 18 September 2011 2:35:04 am
You should watch your commit actions more closely..
Upon further examination you have *only* deleted the sql and not moved it at all.
Sunday 18 September 2011 11:05:03 pm
You should <i>still</i> watch your commit actions more closely..
You have added the mysql sql file in the most recent commit, yes, but you did not place it in a sql directory first. This is a mistake.
Also you removed the docs which is also a mistake, your extension should have at least a LICENSE and README file. The REAME file should contain your installation instructions ...
THEME: Sole : mansbestfriend pt. 6 "Radioactive Rain" : Blood Oath ...
Monday 19 September 2011 11:05:03 am
Indeed, as kracker says, a minor glitch remains concerning the directory structure. Today we have :
while the more common structure is (preparing for support of other DBMSes) :
Cheers and keep-up !