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template edits

majdi

Well-known member
#1
i saw few add-ons requiring template editing
wasn't xF supposed to have a powerful plugin system that doesn't require any hacks or am I missing something?
 

Lawrence

Well-known member
#2
XenForo's Listeners are very powerful and flexible. You can use them to listen to classes, and other events that occur to over-ride a specific function or extend them with your own code. The Listeners eliminate need to edit XenForo's files. You can also use them of course, to call your own templates.

The XenForo templates, do not use Hooks, but they are coming. :) At this time if a template needs to be edited, no more than a single line should need to be added to include your template (using xen:include). If you want a section of template code removed, just wrap it with the xen:comment tags.
 

majdi

Well-known member
#5
then whats the goal of releasing a beta?
isn't it to test the product?
a major feature as the plugin system -or you can call it something else- should be tested thoroughly before the final release.
 

Blandt

Well-known member
#6
then whats the goal of releasing a beta?
isn't it to test the product?
a major feature as the plugin system -or you can call it something else- should be tested thoroughly before the final release.
How can you test the plug-in system and we have nothing to plug :D
Give the coders a little time, and wait for the API which will be out when the stable release is out.

API cannot be released before the stable release (support)