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About Luglio7

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  1. Ottimo, fammi sapere. Al momento io non uso Processwire ma è un cms che ho sempre tenuto d'occhio per la sua versatilità (arrivo da Symphony Cms ma detesto la gestione delle viste in xslt).
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    Jagged Alliance 2 is the best game ever. Fact !
  3. Il mio tempo è limitato ma se posso dare una mano la do volentieri.
  4. You opened to me a new world
  5. Yep, but change the core is something that makes me sad Anyway i've got an idea: Create a file/class with a namespace. within this file include the processwire system api and then include the file in Kohana. I'm not (yet) good with namespaces but this should do the trick, gonna try it now. ps: forgive me for my english update: i must learn namespaces (isn't working)
  6. Hi all, i'm new to Processwire and i'm very curious about this minimal cms, i'm also a great lover of php frameworks and currently i'm working with Kohana. I love the fact that Processwire has a simple and detailed api and the "include & bootstrap" feature is killer (my 2 cents). Anyway, i tried to implement it with Kohana and i found 2 errors. The first is the double declaration of the __() function (error: "Cannot redeclare __()") fortunately is possible deactivate the translation system in kohana, but the second one is something i cannot solve without modify the core: ErrorException [ Fatal Error ]: Cannot instantiate abstract class Session This makes me think that Processwire uses a class named 'Session', and this name collide with the same Kohana Class. I don't really know how to solve this. Is there a way to create a wrapper for the processwire api or i must just hope that a future versione of Processwire will prefix every core class ? (es: Pw_Session)
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