[development] RE : New module
fgm at osinet.fr
Thu Aug 6 08:37:53 UTC 2009
I'm a bit curious about the way you were able to do this using hook_taxonomy() since that hook is always called after the fact, meaning any "locked" operation has already been committed to the DB once your code is called.
Whatever the implementation, though, I do not think this belongs in core: extra access control modules like this one (cck field perms or profile perms, for instance) are in contrib already.
De : development-bounces at drupal.org [development-bounces at drupal.org] de la part de Pierre Rineau [pierre.rineau at makina-corpus.com]
Date d'envoi : jeudi 6 août 2009 10:14
À : development at drupal.org
Objet : [development] New module
I'm doing a simple module that allow taxonomy term locking. By locking
understand that it allow only users with a new permission to move or
edit them, but all other terms remains still editable by anyone with the
'administer taxonomy' permission.
It uses the hook_taxonomy() and alter the main taxonomy term list
overview to handle locked positions for some terms.
The goal of this module is to intensively use taxonomy_menu, but with
finer permissions, and locked subtrees.
I looked up a bit on modules that exists, I did not found such module,
the fact is we are going to use it for many projects.
Does anyone is interested in me commiting it on drupal.org?
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