[Phpmyadmin-devel] Passing POST variables

Ninad Pundalik ninadsp16289 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 26 22:55:19 CET 2010

On 27 March 2010 00:59, Rohit Kalhans <rohit.kalhans at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well I did that I can send you a patch that I made but the code was a bit
> badly organized (so I didn't make it public) and had changed a lot of native
> code, in which I have done the same what you have told earlier in this
> thread.
> What i want to tell is that I wanted to make this AJAX enabled PMA as a
> plug-in to the actual PMA code and the user may add or remove this plug-in
> at his freewill. The problem that I mentioned was that this will render the
> user to keep continuing using the "PMA with AJAX" forever (i.e. once the
> patch is used it becomes irreversible and the user need to continue using
> the patch).
Right now, I'd not ask for it.  I'm trying to apply for GSoC, and Marc
and Michal would like to see how I code and work.  If I do get
selected, I'll definitely ask you for a copy of that patch.  Maybe,
you could have better ideas for implementing some things, and it could
help me improve. :)

As for the plugin part, it is kind of dependent on whether JavaScript
is enabled or disabled, right now.  If it is enabled, the request
forms are modified by jQuery scripts, and the actual requests are
taken care of by jQuery.  Attempting to provide backward compatibility
with that.

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