[phpMyAdmin Developers] Creating new global variables in custom theme

Andrew Keller andrew.sigmaprojects at gmail.com
Thu Sep 23 02:31:12 CEST 2021

Hi Isaac,

Thanks for answering. The reason I'm creating a theme for 4.9 is because
I'm creating the theme for personal use and the latest available version in
the ubuntu repository is 4.9. Do you happen to know when that will be
updated to 5.0 or where I can find out?

I was thinking of just doing a manual install then I can work on a 5.0
version instead.

Best regards,

On Wed, Sep 22, 2021 at 1:00 PM Isaac Bennetch <bennetch at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Andrew,
> Thanks for reaching out about this. Probably you weren't subscribed to the
> mailing list at first; Mailman (our mailing list software) can hold
> messages in that case, but it seems you've subscribed and successfully sent
> a message.
> I'd suggest not targeting a theme for version 4.9, since that is not only
> an older phpMyAdmin version, but the way themes are built is different.
> Starting with phpMyAdmin 5.0, we compile themes using SCSS files and some
> other major differences that don't give a clean upgrade path from version
> 4.9 themes to version 5.0.
> To answer your question, I don't see a problem with you adding more
> directives in the layout.inc.php file; it's meant to be extended so I
> believe this is appropriate here.
> Thanks,
> Isaac
> On Tue, Sep 21, 2021 at 1:08 PM Andrew Keller <
> andrew.sigmaprojects at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Apologies in advance if this is not the proper place to ask this
>> question. Also, sorry if this is a double post. I received an email that
>> said the mailing list was for subscribers only and it wasn't clear if my
>> first email was rejected.
>> I am creating a phpmyadmin theme which I hope to contribute later. I am
>> currently targeting version 4.9.7 for now. I noticed there are certain
>> global variables in the layout.inc.php file for the pmahomme theme. I would
>> like to create a few versions of my theme and it would help if I created
>> additional global variables but I am not sure if that is allowed. Can I
>> create additional global variables or can I only use the global variables
>> defined in the pmahomme theme?
>> Please advise. Thank you.
>> Best regards,
>> Andrew
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