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Member since: 09/01/2008

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Syntax Color with eZ Publish 5 XmlText (twig)

Tuesday 20 August 2013 05:00

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 2 comments

Previous eZ Publish release, it was really easy to add syntax color, thanks to ezgeshi extension. But now it's different with eZ 5 and this blog post will explain how to deal with it and Pygment.

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Use eZComment with ezpublish 5 (bundle edition)

Monday 29 July 2013 10:36

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 1 comment

For those people who used eZ Comment, now its time to continue to use it but as a bundle with eZ Publish 5

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eZ Publish 5.x & Nginx

Monday 13 May 2013 11:49

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 3 comments

This short blog entry will give you nginx configuration on how to use it with eZ Publish 5.x (specially tested with 2013.4)

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Alternativ to ImageMagick

Wednesday 24 October 2012 02:21

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 5 comments

GraphicsMagick is the swiss army knife of image processing. It provides a robust and efficient collection of tools and libraries which support reading, writing, and manipulating an image in over 88 major formats including important formats like DPX, GIF, JPEG, JPEG-2000, PNG, PDF, PNM, and TIFF.

Image processing is multi-threaded using OpenMP so that CPU-bound tasks scale linearly as processor cores are added. 

GraphicsMagick is originally derived from ImageMagick 5.5.2 as of November 2002 but has been completely independent of the ImageMagick project since then. 

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Override pagelayout on error pages

Friday 21 September 2012 04:16

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 0 comments

Performance question, or only visual case, sometimes is more interesting to display a different pagelayout.

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eZ Publish & nginx

Thursday 08 March 2012 12:14

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 3 comments

Pour les personnes non anglophones, vous trouverez cet article sur http://www.pheelit.fr/HighTech/Developpement/eZ-Publish-nginx

 

At this time, light webserver are more and more known. For example Lighttpd (pronounced lighty ) and Nginx (Engine X). This blog post will explain how to use eZ Publish with Nginx :)

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Limitation languages

Tuesday 31 January 2012 10:05

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 0 comments

Pour les personnes francophones ne parlant pas anglais, vous trouverez l'article à cet adresse: http://www.pheelit.fr/HighTech/Developpement/eZ-Publish-Limitation-de-langues

eZ Publish is a great improved CMS (or CXM as you wish), like other CMS of course. Today we ll talk about language limitation.

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Discovering and Using CMIS with eZPublish.

Thursday 10 November 2011 10:50

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 4 comments

CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) is a specification for improving interoperability between Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems. 

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Mysql Multi or how to run multiple mysql instance on the same server

Tuesday 25 October 2011 10:46

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 0 comments

Pour les personnes ne parlant pas l'anglais vous trouverez une traduction du post sur http://www.pheelit.fr/HighTech/Developpement/mysql_multi-ou-comment-avoir-plusieurs-serveurs-mysql-sur-la-meme-machine

I had a question this week: how to run multiple mysql instance on the same server without running VMs ? Mysql_multi is here to help you !

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Import and publish package via terminal / php cli

Wednesday 19 October 2011 06:38

by Philippe Vincent-Royol  | 6 comments

This is only a tip, nowadays better tools could do the job in my opinion. Here we go.

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