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RE: List of Confirmed Features - Alex Smith - 2012-04-15

(2012-04-15, 09:42 PM)Lo. Wrote: As a new easter egg can we add /podium ? As part of MyBB's history. Big Grin

For the love of god, please don't.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - ekerazha - 2012-04-16

(2012-04-15, 07:53 PM)Gypaete Wrote: With Yii does not show it.

Arguments?

(2012-04-15, 08:08 PM)euantor Wrote: There's nothing particularly wrong with it - I just preferred the structure of FuelPHP and CodeIgniter. As I said, I'm willing to learn Yii as it is obviously a powerful framework (one only has to look at some of the applications built on it to see that - case in point: Chive). I just need to find the time to sit down and get used to it. I'm sure Yii 2.0 will bring vast improvements too.

What did you prefer about other dir structures? I don't think that the dir structure of Yii 2 is going to change that much when compared to the Yii 1 dir structure, however if you can suggest improvements for Yii 2 this is the right place http://www.yiiframework.com/forum/index.php/forum/42-design-discussions-for-yii-20/


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Euan T - 2012-04-16

(2012-04-16, 09:23 AM)ekerazha Wrote:
(2012-04-15, 08:08 PM)euantor Wrote: There's nothing particularly wrong with it - I just preferred the structure of FuelPHP and CodeIgniter. As I said, I'm willing to learn Yii as it is obviously a powerful framework (one only has to look at some of the applications built on it to see that - case in point: Chive). I just need to find the time to sit down and get used to it. I'm sure Yii 2.0 will bring vast improvements too.

What did you prefer about other dir structures? I don't think that the dir structure of Yii 2 is going to change that much when compared to the Yii 1 dir structure, however if you can suggest improvements for Yii 2 this is the right place http://www.yiiframework.com/forum/index.php/forum/42-design-discussions-for-yii-20/

Take Fuel's for example:

/fuel
--/app
--/core
--/packages
/public

This approach makes it extremely easy to upgrade the actual framework and keeps core files separate from your project's files. I personally have the core folder connected to the official git repository so I can update my Fuel install with a simple pull request to github.

The Yii structure isn't necessarily bad, but I certainly prefer Fuel's and it takes a little more getting used to.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Tomm M - 2012-04-16

I do keep up to date with Fuel; I helped a project start with it a while ago.

The way we've setup 2.0 is so it keeps core files away from MyBB (in a /framework folder). That way, you just drag and drop to update Yii (done this many times).


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Tomm M - 2012-04-16

Update: Yep, just checked 2.0's source code ('cos I can, just like that) and we do keep it separate.

/protected
--/components
--/controllers
--/languages
--/models
--/themes
--/vendors
---/twig
---/yii
--/views


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Euan T - 2012-04-16

(2012-04-16, 03:05 PM)Tomm M Wrote: I do keep up to date with Fuel; I helped a project start with it a while ago.

The way we've setup 2.0 is so it keeps core files away from MyBB (in a /framework folder). That way, you just drag and drop to update Yii (done this many times).

Really glad to hear that Tomm. That's the one core thing that I was slightly worried about. I'm sure Yii's the right choice if you guys have researched it (which you obviously have). I'm just eager to see it in action I guess.


RE: List of Confirmed Features - ekerazha - 2012-04-16

(2012-04-16, 02:37 PM)euantor Wrote: Take Fuel's for example:

/fuel
--/app
--/core
--/packages
/public

This approach makes it extremely easy to upgrade the actual framework and keeps core files separate from your project's files. I personally have the core folder connected to the official git repository so I can update my Fuel install with a simple pull request to github.

The Yii structure isn't necessarily bad, but I certainly prefer Fuel's and it takes a little more getting used to.

Yii already does that, you have a /framework dir for the framework (you usually put the /framework dir inside the /protected dir for security reasons).


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Euan T - 2012-04-16

Really? I'm fairly sure it wasn't like that when I tried it last (which, as I said earlier, was some time ago).


RE: List of Confirmed Features - ekerazha - 2012-04-16

(2012-04-16, 07:05 PM)euantor Wrote: Really? I'm fairly sure it wasn't like that when I tried it last (which, as I said earlier, was some time ago).

It has always been like that, since the first alpha release of the first version Smile


RE: List of Confirmed Features - Euan T - 2012-04-16

Strange. I must have installed it weirdly back then haha