[development] Slight API change in 4.6.10 and 4.7.4

Larry Garfield larry at garfieldtech.com
Fri Oct 20 05:43:46 UTC 2006

On Thursday 19 October 2006 17:05, Heine Deelstra wrote:

> Now, for those people who like lists:

Thanks, Heine!

> - 4.7 modules that do not call form_render on an entire form


> - 4.6 modules that define at least on raw html form (via <form action =""
> etc) backport


> -4.6 themes that define at least one raw html form


> - Modules containing forms without a form_id_submit or
> call_back_submit function. Note that these forms will continue to
> function.
> False positives / negatives may be present:

> googlesearch

This module (of which I am maintainer) has one form, which explicitly targets 
Google's search API.  It never actually posts back to Drupal itself.  Is it 
safe to assume, then, that it's a false positive and doesn't pose a security 
risk?  (If there's something I need to change, I will do so post haste, but 
it sounds like it's safe since the module does so little.)

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