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  1. I was looking for a module that allows the execution of long-running tasks (working with tens of thousands of pages) and could not find a suitable solution. It started with the import problem. I have lots of data in XML form (20k+ complex entries) that I want to import into ProcessWire. XMLReader() works fine but it takes a very long time to import all data so a simple "upload + process data on page save" would not work. So I've created a new module for this. Meet my first (well, third) PW module: Tasker. It's a simple module that executes long tasks in the background (using Cron or LazyCron) and reports their status to the user using a JQuery progressbar. Any suggestions are welcome. How do you solve similar problems? E.g. which is the best way to delete large number of pages? (max_exec_time will expire so I check it before the delete() call.) $children = $page->children('template='.$this->template.',include=all'); // creates lot of page objects, may not have time to delete all + ...->delete() OR $childIDs = $this->pages->findIDs('parent='.$page->id.',template='.$this->template.',include=all'); // will create page objects later + $pages->get(..id..)->delete() Be nice (I know you're always), I'm a PW-newbie, just started working with ProcessWire. I was developing sites with Drupal for a very long time but their non-existent module upgrade path finally has driven me away from it.
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