Article vs. EditPage functionality

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Article vs. EditPage functionality

Travis Derouin-2
Is there any plan in the future to move more of the functionality from
the EditPage class to Article? It seems like a lot of the
functionality that's currently in EditPage (at least in the 1.4
version) such as checking if the page is protected, checking the time
stamp of the article, etc should be moved into the Article class so
that other new classes that modify articles don't have to duplicate
code or meddle with the EditPage class to save an article.

Thanks,
Travis
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Re: Article vs. EditPage functionality

Brion Vibber
Travis Derouin wrote:
> Is there any plan in the future to move more of the functionality from
> the EditPage class to Article? It seems like a lot of the
> functionality that's currently in EditPage (at least in the 1.4
> version)

Please don't look at 1.4 for anything. That code is extremely outdated; lots of
things have been totally restructured in the last couple years.

-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com)


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Re: Article vs. EditPage functionality

Elliott F. Cable
"in the last couple years." - lol @ dat

On May 31, 2006, at 1:06 PM, Brion Vibber wrote:

> Travis Derouin wrote:
>> Is there any plan in the future to move more of the functionality  
>> from
>> the EditPage class to Article? It seems like a lot of the
>> functionality that's currently in EditPage (at least in the 1.4
>> version)
>
> Please don't look at 1.4 for anything. That code is extremely  
> outdated; lots of
> things have been totally restructured in the last couple years.
>
> -- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com)
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