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  1. I love tools close to the core. They get so much more done easily.
  2. I just compared and turns out that the pclzip library is vastly superior, so it doesn't matter much anymore.
  3. Hi, I downloaded the script and tested the included test.php on my hoster and it is working very well with single files. I would like to modify the included test.php script to zip a directory. At the bottom of the included test.php it looks like this: //$zipFile = new \zipFly\zipFly64(GTEST_DIR.'onfly'.$nr.'.zip'); $zipFile = new \zipFly\zipFly64(); $zipFile->setDebugMode(false); $zipFile->setZipFeature(true, false); $zipFile->create(GTEST_DIR.'onfly'.$nr.'.zip'); $zipFile->addFile(GTEST_DIR."zipFly/zipFly64.php", "zipFly64.php", \zipFly\zipFly64::METHOD_BZIP2); $zipFile->addFile(GTEST_DIR."zipFly/parts/headers.php", "parts/headers.php", \zipFly\zipFly64::METHOD_DEFLATE); $zipFile->addFromString("Zip64\nTest\n", 'test.txt'); $zipFile->close(); As you see it only uses $zipFile->addFile . . . . Maybe something like this would do it. // let's iterate foreach ($files as $name => $file) { $filePath = $file->getRealPath(); $zip->addFile($filePath); }
  4. pwired

    PW Review

    Amazing how Processwire, through time turns us into more professional people. Great work Charles.
  5. I just so noticed that fancybox version 3 is available, The new layout and interface looks really great: https://github.com/fancyapps/fancyBox
  6. general: sqlite and xml databases add greatly to portability range: xml database works very well up to the 500 pages website range speed: xml database makes a website much faster compared to sql
  7. There have been, and still are, requests for adding sqlite to PW. Perhaps that would give you something to work on commercially. Besides sqlite database, how much would it roughly cost to add xml database to PW ?
  8. A lot of "dirty" HTML is generated by those fancy visual editors for wp. Try to uninstall them or maybe there is a cleaner plugin for that purpose.
  9. You didn't mention the size of your website while that plays an important role e.g. time outs in the mentioned plugins. Roughly speaking if your site folder is more than a Gb, you should go for manual. I also recommend scanning your database for mixed content pointing to your old domain name.
  10. Midori is a lightweight browser for linux Info: https://www.linuxlinks.com/midori/ https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Midori Downloads: https://pkgs.org/download/midori
  11. well said @wbmnfktr
  12. Arch Linux, Fast, Responsive and Snappy. Run only what you need. Desktop experience without Corporate influence, community-only distro.
  13. Hi Fellow haven't seen you for a while, good to see you back - Keepass is the way to go Scroll down a bit and you will see the whole shebang: https://keepass.info/download.html https://keepass.info/plugins.html Not sure but I believe this is KeePass on chrome: https://techualization.blogspot.com/2013/12/browsepass-as-chrome-app.html
  14. Hi Franciccio, So you are doing a Processwire installation on your online host. What Processwire version are you installing ? Did you check folder permissions, php version, etc. etc. Send me a PM and see if I can sort it out for you.
  15. All right guys, another blow to the internet freedom. The united states of europe has voted for Article 13 and made it a fact. This is of course bad for innovation because little companies are getting a hard time to compete with the dominant platforms. Also independent content makers such as musicians and vloggers will have only a few dominant platforms left to distribute their work. The dominant platforms will get huge power to control public communication and discussions. Less freedom of expression and public discussions and more conformity to what is acceptable to the status quo. Here is a good example. Remember how Apple kicked Alex Jones from the internet ? Only a few days after that, Youtube, Facebook, Spotify and Twitter followed. We'll wasn't that a coincedence, right ? It only shows that these dominant platforms rule the same status quo and the same what is acceptable, instead of ruling their own interpretations of freedom of expression, choice and opinion. These dominant platforms have turned themselves into decision makers ! Deciding for us the people what we should see and hear and what not. If I don't want to see or hear or do agree or don't agree with Alex Jones then that decision is for us to make and not Apple, Youtube, Facebook, etc. It is not about Alex Jones and the content he brings to the public. It is about big platforms taking away our freedom of choice and our freedom of decision what we can see, hear or agree upon on the internet. This is in dutch so google translate it to english: https://www.nu.nl/internet/5810511/brussel-stemt-voor-nieuwe-auteursrechtenwet-met-uploadfilter.html https://www.bitsoffreedom.nl/2019/03/26/europees-parlement-stemt-voor-artikel13-en-nu/
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