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TOPIC: Possible to fork config.xml ?

Possible to fork config.xml ? 20 Jun 2017 18:09 #15222

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Just wondering, if it's possible to fork config.xml file?

EDIT: Sorry, posted in wrong category...
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Possible to fork config.xml ? 22 Jun 2017 14:44 #15223

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No I think, as writed in the doc:
Some files are for the moment excluded of this features :
  • Entry file of the component (mycomponent.php)
  • Some XML files (config, manifest, layout)
  • Javascript files
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Possible to fork config.xml ? 22 Jun 2017 14:48 #15224

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Sorry for late answer I am bit off in these days.


Thank you liubov, in facts it is not possible to fork because this file is read and analysed by Joomla automaticaly.
@Dyvel, I am gonna watch closely to you recent tickets. Maybe later in the day
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Possible to fork config.xml ? 27 Jun 2017 11:47 #15232

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I was thinking about a possible solution where we could add a config.xml file to our fork folder, and on upgrade, it would copy that file to the main folder, and thus keep the changes without having to do it manually? Would that be a possible scenario?
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Possible to fork config.xml ? 01 Jul 2017 21:32 #15235

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A long time I wrote this:
www.j-cook.pro/index.php/support/9-codin...g-your-project#13101
And I still use it :D

My config.xml is in the fork/admin folder and gets copied. After that the zip is created :)
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