[Xerte] Re: Integration with Drupal
patrick.lockley at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 6 20:19:22 BST 2012
You might want to look at the Wordpress plugin as that would probably make a good start for Drupal. Though the Wordpress plugin is a reduced function set.
Are you creating a xerte content type? I've made a few Drupal 7 modules (I have gone through the approval process as well) so I know how to do some stuff.
Would happily help rename functions - I wrote the early code and the only integration that seemed likely was with moodle.
I like the way drupal names functions, but would like to have some more development guidelines if we are going to redo a lot of the code.
On 6 Jul 2012, at 19:47, Gunnar Mathisen | Wild Web <gunnar.mathisen at wildweb.no> wrote:
> I'm currently experimenting with integrating XOT and Drupal. I will
> publish everything when it's done, but that might take a while. If
> anyone wants to have a look at my code in the mean time, just let me
> know, and I'll share it here.
> So far I have set up log-in integration modelled after the existing
> patch for Moodle. Everything seems to be working OK, but I had to rename
> some functions as they had the same name in Drupal and XOT. For future
> versions, perhaps it would be a good idea to use prefixes on all native
> XOT functions, to make integration with other code easier?
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