Well what I see is a forum solution that is lacking a ton of features if you compare vanilla to mybb, phpbb, xenforo, etc.
What I see is someone making statements so vague they defy refutation.
If you want to talk about feat…
Maybe you want our README? https://github.com/vanilla/vanilla
Or maybe you want to tour our commercial site? http://vanillaforums.com/features
My short developer answer: our custom framework / addon system.
I can't think of anything that does it, but you could add a new permission on the discussion and comment controllers. Something like 'Vanilla.Discussion.FullView'.
I'd go the opposite way and use 'Vanilla.Discussion.StubView'…
Internally, we prefer PhpStorm and NetBeans as our IDEs. For lighter work, Atom and Coda are both nice. I sometimes resolve merge conflicts and do other light work in vim.
I did a slow years-long tour of every IDE I could find before settling on Ph…
linc have you considered switching to parsedown?
We have considered switching libraries entirely, yes; I'll add that as a reminder on the task. I don't think we've made a final decision yet.
There was a change in master some time ago to respect soft linebreaks in Markdown, but it was reverted
You are following closely :) I made an error when implementing soft line breaks and upgrading to latest Markdown library a…
BTW have you considered using native hmac algos where available for session cookies? It might be a bit faster than the hand-rolled solution you have.
I don't know; I'll mention @Todd to see if he has an opinion about it.
Was this already commited?
Yes, it was committed. As I said, it depends on the libraries available on your server. We prefer a different one now, but if it's unavailable, we fallback to older methods that are still compatible…
but the other would should be fine as you could upgrade their hash dynamically/individually if necessary.
Do you mean the other way should be fine? Yes, the upgrade process is seamless. It's just not reversible.
The JForum Porter seems less often used than others.
Well, I wrote that 2 weeks ago. So, I suppose that's true. ;)
Is there anyway to preserve user passwords in forum migrations?
Yes, if you can tell me how J…
I think that will depend on the page. I see for DiscussionController-Index() it's in the view, so it should theoretically render if you call the Content asset. In practice, I don't really ever use that DeliveryType tho, so I'm not sure about its beh…
Have you looked at the 'MorePager' in core? We used to use infinite scroll pre 2.0.18 and abandoned it, but that alternative pager is still used in a few places.
Pretty sure you could just do:
public function DiscussionController_BeforeBuildPager_…