[RCD] Ready for the switch?
myroundcube at mail4us.net
Thu Jul 19 15:47:49 CEST 2012
I will have trouble, but go the rough way, if really necessary.
I have comments in my code where I refer to larry. So it shouldn't be
too hard to adjust the code.
Nethertheless, I have concerns. F.e. 'google_ads' plugin has a config
spread out for all admins which looks like:
/* credentials for templates */
$rcmail_config['google_ads_templates']['default'] = array(
'google_ad_client' => "pub-... masked ...",
'google_ad_slot' => "... masked ...",
'google_ad_width' => 120,
'google_ad_height' => 600
... followed by a lot of more config settings associated to 'default'.
Since I allow only downloads by my plugin_manager, I have detailed
According to those reports 908 different locations have downloaded the
That's not the amount of downloads, as said it is the report for
downloads by IP.
I can assume that at least 400 configs will be affected; plus those who
directly checked out code from myroundcube.googlecode.com.
So, this will be a big change for me and others!
It is not the only plugin where the config will be affected by a name
'google_ads' is just an example to explain my concerns.
Am 19.07.2012 14:11, schrieb Thomas Bruederli:
> Hello plugin developers et al!
> As previously announced and finally confirmed by the recent poll, the
> new Larry skin shall become the new default UI for Roundcube with the
> upcoming stable release 0.8.
> The most direct way to do that is to rename the skin folder from
> "larry" to default and make the current default to "legacy". The big
> drawback though is that all the plugins providing skin templates are
> also forced to do so. If we leave the old skin as "default", hardly
> anybody will benefit from the new skin unless the local config file
> As an alternative to the rough way proposed above, we could rename
> current default folder to "legacy" and keep Larry as "larry" and
> instead resolve the config value "default" to "larry" within the
> While I prefer the rough way, I'd still like to hear some opinions
> from the plugin developers.
> Those using rcube_plugin::local_skin_path() shouldn't have any
> troubles no matter which way we choose. All the others please speak
> or change your code :-)
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