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 Error v. 112 Gen. PHP

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Peter Roth
Posted: 03/14/2001, 11:05 AM


There is a Bug in Version CC 1.0.112

The new possibility to place a global
function within the module/global section
is great - but.
As I saw within the help the defined function
will be placed within the file
(xyz Ext. depends on the target language!)

Let me explain what I do:
1) placed a function within the modules/Event/global functions

2) within properties General->Language I've selected PHP 4.0

3) save the project

4) generate all pages

5) check the result in common.php
-->>>> my own function is there and can be used

go back to step 2) now with selecting PHP 4.0 & Templates

6) save the project

7) delete all file within the target directory (to make sure
all pages will be generated!)

8) generate all pages

9) check the result in common.php
-->>>>> my own function isn't in place!!! Where is it going?

Feel free to contact me for additional infos

Kind Regards

Peter Roth
software solutions, switzerland

1) I'm an absolutely Fan of CC and if I can I provide you with
some test-results.
2) Please provide all global defined function you have developt as a
reusebal file! All developers like me will be happy about!!!!


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