[development] remove me plz

yousry shady yosry at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 7 16:45:51 UTC 2008

remove me plz
Yosry SHADY 

> From: jpetso at gmx.at> To: development at drupal.org> Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2008 18:07:45 +0200> Subject: Re: [development] CCK field modules maintainers - D6 upgrade path> > On Saturday 06 September 2008, Yves Chedemois wrote:> > To all CCK field modules maintainers :> > please read http://drupal.org/node/304813> > It would make a lot of sense to also have this in the handbook, at > http://drupal.org/node/191796> > Of course, with inter-dependent module stacks getting popular, the nifty > solution would be a solution in Drupal core, like, say,> > mymodule.install:> ...> /**> * Implementation of hook_update_dependencies().> * Not necessary to implement if this module's update functions do not> * depend on other module's updates.> */> function mymodule_update_dependencies() {> return array(> 6000 => array(> 'content' => 6000, // needs at least CCK 6.x> 'filefield' => 6301, // and filefield-6.x-3.1 (made up the update no.)> ),> );> }> ...> > Those upgrade dependencies are (still?) so much of an edge case that a lot of > module developers are apt to ignore them, while with a centralized framework > it would be easy to implement, with updates being less error prone. Plus > instead of aborting the whole process like in the above CCK note, those > updates could run correctly in one go.> > Seems easy enough, but I don't exactly feel strong enough about that idea to > implement it :P> 
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