[Phpmyadmin-devel] Merge of frames-removal branch
dieter.adriaenssens at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 15:54:56 CEST 2012
2012/6/14 Rouslan Placella <rouslan at placella.com>:
> On 13/06/12 20:06, Dieter Adriaenssens wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I merged some important changes to the master branch from the GSoC
>> project of Rouslan Placella, introducing a few new classes
>> (PMA_Response, PMA_Header, PMA_Footer, ..) that will handle html and
>> ajax responses, buffering output and generating the header, footer,
>> body. More information on how this works and how this impacts your
>> code can be found in the wiki page that Rouslan created .
>> Both Rouslan and me tested it and most bugs should be fixed now, but
>> don't hesitate to report any misbehaviour that might be related to the
>> introduction of these classes.
>> @ all GSoC students, if you're not doing this regularly already, this
>> might be a good time to update your branch with the recent changes in
>> the master branch (i.e. do a 'merge master' in your branch)
>> @ Rouslan:
>> There were no issues during merging.
>> After I merged, I noticed that the 'git revision' section on the main
>> page is broken. Can you have look at it?
> Hi Dieter,
> Not sure what's wrong here, as it works just fine for me.
It seems to work, on the demo server and my dev-server at work.
Probably a temporary hickup on my box at home. :p
>> About your wiki page, apart from some typo's, it looks very good. You
>> explained very clearly what the different classes do and how to use
>> I think it might be a good idea to stress that using the PMA_Response,
>> etc. classes is preferred and the old style is deprecated/strongly
>> It might be useful to add some examples when to use certain
>> functionality, like disabling headers/footers, ...
> OK, I added a few lines about this.
>> I noticed you removed some unit tests related to global methods that
>> were replaced by methods in your classes. Do you plan to reintroduce
>> them when you will write unit tests for your new classes?
> I dropped some test cases because they don't make sense any more.
> PMA_showHint() merely returns its input wrapped in a tag now, since the
> footnotes are gone. PMA_ajaxResponse() doesn't exists any more, but I
> will write some test cases to cover the PMA_Response class at a later
> time, as it provides the equivalent functionality.
OK, I just wanted to check that you had moving those tests planned
when implementing test for your new classes.
>>  http://wiki.phpmyadmin.net/pma/Generating_pages_and_ajax_responses_in_pma4
>> Kind regards,
>> Dieter Adriaenssens
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