[Phpmyadmin-devel] new branch

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Mon Mar 22 21:38:18 CET 2010

Michael Keck a écrit :
> Hi Marc,
> Am 22.03.2010 19:42, schrieb Marc Delisle:
>>> Marc Delisle a écrit :
>>>>> Michael Keck a écrit :
>>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>>> how can I make new (empty) branch for template-based?
>>>>>>> With the new branch some directrories, libraries and some
>>>>>>> new things have to been changed or added.
>>>>>>> I'm planning to use MVC, we should programm our own,
>>>>>>> with the template-based branch, cause some things I've
>>>>>>> rewritten for this branch. I don't really want port duplicated
>>>>>>> code-snipps to the new branch.
>>> Michael,
>>> however, don't you feel that you should plan this with the rest of the
>>> team,
> of course ... it was only a question or a suggested plan ;)
> but *not* a prescribed and/or fixed plan.
>>> especially now that we have many things on the plate:
>>> - the impending merge of gettext stuff by Michal
> okay ... I guess, and I will *not* ignore this point.
>>> - GSoC 2010 (AJAX, jQuery, etc)
> This was the point why I asked
>>> At the minimum, are there other persons in the team that want to follow
>>> you *now* in this direction?
> I hope ;)
>>> P.S. In a previous post about MVC and Rasmus's ideas, I wrote:
>>> "I believe that we should take these ideas into account while discussing
>>> any MVC move for phpMyAdmin."
> Okay, making a template based version of phpMyAdmin is not a whole MVC but a
> step closer to it. Because with template based version I've a controller (the
> template engine), a view (the skin (template) files) and the current php-code
> as model. Or I'm wrong?
> Michael


in the previous discussion about templates, I wrote:

 > I would really like to see a small test -- say, just one phpMyAdmin
 > small file translated into Twig.

and Michal wrote:

 >I think it is great idea to convert some simple page to use template
 >engine. At least we will get an idea what to expect and how big amount
 >of work it is.

Are you still planning to use Twig?

Are you preparing a small test as discussed?

Did it work well to create your branch in *your* repository?

Marc Delisle

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