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Actually, enabling the gz paramater in the phphref config file will not generate a usable output from the perl script in Safari.
May be a bug with either Safari or phphref.
Fortunately it isn’t needed anyway, since the codebase is slim enough, to have a usable local copy with text option enabled.
BTW, there is this also.
Last edited by marios (2007-08-30 09:09:29)
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The link in the head post of this thread should now point to Extending Textpattern. Someone might also follow up with comparing the references there with those mentioned in this thread to ensure nothing is missing. (I don’t have time.) And, you know, it’s a wiki, so feel free to re-word things so they make sense to the developer-minded.
Last edited by Destry (2008-11-03 15:08:20)
I’m new to PHP and was wondering what is the most appropriate way to use third party libraries from within a textpattern plugin? Where should the library be sourced, outside or inside of the textpattern installation directory and how should it be included?
A plugin that relies on libraries that are installed manually as files in some directory isn’t really a plugin anymore, IMHO. You can however package the libraries as a separate plugin.