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1.2. Modules

As mentioned before, modules are the software constructs that, taking advantage of the infrastructure that XOOPS provides, let the webmaster offer the site’s users dynamic or static content generated using a Web interface that more often that not is very easy to use.

Part of the power of XOOPS resides in the way modules are managed. The webmaster can easily install, uninstall, activate or deactivate any specific module (except the System module, for obvious reasons). It’s also possible to rename modules, and to determine the order in which they will appear to the end user in the site’s menu –if you want them to appear at all–, because you can also provide hidden functionality, defining active modules that have no visible presence to the casual user. For instance, you could install a News module, edit its xoops_version.php file so that the installation directory is something difficult to guess (let’s say: gaeqhweas), and then define this module as not visible by defining its menu position as zero (“0”). Then you could send private messages to an elite bunch of your users and tell them to access that directory typing the address in the URL field, something like http://www.yoursite.com/gaeqhweas. They could access that News module as a regular News module.

Up to now, XOOPS has been distributed including a set of “official” or “core” modules. Soon there will be no “officialy” modules, that is, XOOPS will be offered as a framework or operating core, and XOOPS webmasters will decide what modules to install. There will be, on the other hand, a reviewing process that will serve to identify modules built by xoopsers and that operate correctly under XOOPS framework. These modules will be marked with an “approved” seal and as such will have the XOOPS core team endorsement as secure to use in a XOOPS Web site.

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dalong
Published: 2006/11/16 8:00  Updated: 2006/11/16 8:00
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 Re: xo-002 http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html
very good!
I like here!

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dalong
Published: 2006/11/16 10:13  Updated: 2006/11/16 10:13
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 Re: xo-002 http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html
thank for your work!

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huqilong
Published: 2006/11/20 2:50  Updated: 2006/11/20 2:50
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 Re: xo-002 http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html
I hava a question ,when I have installed phpeclipse,I can't user the button for the apache in the Eclipse IDE,how shoud I do?

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huqilong
Published: 2006/11/20 3:10  Updated: 2006/11/20 3:10
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 Re: xo-002 http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html
dddd

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Mark_1900
Published: 2006/11/18 11:05  Updated: 2006/11/18 11:09
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 Alias Permission Problems
For an Alias I also had to add a Directory tag to the httpd.conf, otherwise I had permission problems accessing the files... <br /> [code] Alias /wiki "C:/Documents and Settings/Me/wiki"<br /> <Directory "C:/Documents and Settings/Me/wiki"><br /> Options Indexes MultiViews<br /> AllowOverride None<br /> Order allow,deny<br /> Allow from all<br /> </Directory><br /> [/code]<br /> Oh and all these editing tags seem broken!!

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Mark_1900
Published: 2006/11/18 11:21  Updated: 2006/11/18 11:32
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 Getting the correct php_dbg.dll
I want a debugger. I downloaded the latest XAMPP 1.5.4a and noticed that it comes with PHP 5.1.6 & PHP 4.4.4, and neither are supported. The debugger module only supports a subset of these major versions from 5.1.0 to 5.1.2 and 4.4.0 to 4.4.2 (http://dd.cron.ru/dbg/downloads.php). I think right at the beginning you should specify which versions to download to get a debugger Version "XAMPP 1.5.2" would be fine.

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huqilong
Published: 2006/11/30 6:28  Updated: 2006/11/30 6:28
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 Re: xo-002 http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows....
I want to know how to use phpeclipse with eclipse detailly!

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thierrybo
Published: 2007/2/3 16:19  Updated: 2007/2/3 16:21
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 Re: xo-002 ch02s03.html Workspace Method 2
I do not agree with the suggested method 2: Quote:
For example you have set up XAMPP and your “document root” path is the XAMPP default:
C:Program Filesapachefriendsxampphtdocs
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,then your appropriate workspace path should be one level less:
C:Program Filesapachefriendsxampp
If htdocs is your document root, then each folder inside IS a new project and you should set workspace directory as Document Root directory. With suggested method, all your web projects are managed with ONE big PHPeclipse project.

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dafydd
Published: 2007/4/3 6:01  Updated: 2007/4/3 6:01
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 Re: xo-002 ch01.html
Trying this out on a Mac. J2SE 1.5.0_07-164 installed. 1.5.0_06 is what's available on the download site. However, it would almost certainly be updated with Software Update.

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dafydd
Published: 2007/4/6 1:00  Updated: 2007/4/6 1:00
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 Re: xo-002 ch01s04.html
Second question: How do we point the XAMPP start/stop buttons in the Eclipse toobar to where we put XAMPP?

dafydd

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dysmas
Published: 2007/8/4 14:18  Updated: 2007/8/4 14:18
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 Debugging standalone PHP applications
Thanks hundred times for all the detailed explanations here !!

And especially for the note which explains why debugging a CLI application does not work in 1.1.8 version and only in 1.1.9. (wrong port, as I guessed, but I have been looking for this information for some hours before coming here). Unfortunately this 1.1.9 CVS version does not work in the last 3.2.0 Eclipse version I just got. Let us hope the stable version is going quickly.

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Mercyful
Published: 2007/9/10 14:46  Updated: 2007/9/10 14:46
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 Re: dbg is not working
I want using eclipse3.2 with php-plugin and for debugging i want using dbg.
I'm using xampp 1.6.3a with php 4.4.7. and php_dbg.dll-4.4.x
After step by step installation
http://docs.schuetzengau-freising.de/ ... =xo-002&file=ch01s05.html
the debugger dbg will not work.
When i called phpinfo() there is no section dbg shown.
Who have any ideas?
Thanks a lot!
Regards Mercyful

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keryx
Published: 2007/9/26 22:59  Updated: 2007/9/26 22:59
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 Re: xo-002 ch04.html
A section about verrors should be nice. I get the following:


<terminated, exit value: 0>PHP C:\Program\PHP\php.exe : <path>/<fil>.php

I've googled like crazy but to no avail. And yes - it does not stop at breakpoints and "variables" are empty. DBG is working:

if (function_exists ("DebugBreak")) {
DebugBreak ();
echo "debugging started!<br />\n";
}

Outputs "debugging started!" And DBG is reported on phpinfo().

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koski
Published: 2007/10/19 3:55  Updated: 2007/10/19 3:55
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 Re: xo-002 ch01s03.html
Hi,

Seems that the mentioned link for cvs:

http://phpeclipse.sourceforge.net/update/cvs

is out of date or wrong.

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andybruk
Published: 2007/11/18 1:11  Updated: 2007/11/18 1:11
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 Re: xo-002 index.html
I've been searching for a PHP debugger for ages. This is the only one I can find that works perfectly, thanks very much for providing this documentation.<br /><br />I doubt if I could ever get it to work on Windows, but it works so well with Ubuntu Linux and Eclipse 3.1.<br />
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