phpmyadmin at supergarv.de
Tue May 30 07:11:08 CEST 2006
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>> the only 'problem' i see is that Smarty needs a writable directory to store
>> its compiled files - i don't know if it is possible to 'precompile' this files
>> as normally the templates will not be changed by the user
> Having need for writable directory is not good, I'd prefer if we could
> avoid it.
By not supporting the user to choose different smarty templates (which I agree
should not be our first goal for introducing them) we can deliver pre-compiled
template files in a non-writable directory. Smarty's compile checks can be
disabled/bypassed, so that it will work okay. It would just be required upon
bundling the release to parse the compiled templates in a single run so that the
right compiled *.php files are delivered.
Actually disabling the compile checks would also speed things up a bit.
And I agree, forcing a writable directory wouldn't be so great security-wise.
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