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Lack of interest Add conditon argument to Thread Model

Cory Booth

Well-known member
#1
Can we have a couple more arguments to the Thread.php Model?
Function prepareThreadConditions
Current
PHP:
        if (!empty($conditions['forum_id']))
  {
   $sqlConditions[] = 'thread.node_id = ' . $db->quote($conditions['forum_id']);
  }
Requested
PHP:
        if (!empty($conditions['not_forum_id']))
  {
   $sqlConditions[] = 'thread.node_id <> ' . $db->quote($conditions['not_forum_id']);
  }
Current
PHP:
        if (!empty($conditions['user_id']))
  {
   $sqlConditions[] = 'thread.user_id = ' . $db->quote($conditions['user_id']);
  }
Requested
PHP:
        if (!empty($conditions['not_user_id']))
  {
   $sqlConditions[] = 'thread.user_id <> ' . $db->quote($conditions['not_user_id']);
  }
 
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ragtek

Guest
#2
You could always extend the model using the xf proxy class oder using a own model for your add-ons! (depends on what you want to do^^)
 

Cory Booth

Well-known member
#3
You could always extend the model using the xf proxy class oder using a own model for your add-ons! (depends on what you want to do^^)
Extend? LOL Sorry ragtek, but I don't know how to do that yet... :)
Actually what I was doing was trying to add a filter for Jaxel's RecentThreads module which seems to use this model to read threads.
anks!
I'll do some reading and see what I can figure out...
Th