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ROUTE.PHP file in SITE view 24 Jun 2015 09:18 #13295

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From what I understand, most Joomla 3.x components now have a helper file called route.php which I think is related to SEF.

This is a required file (I think) for a search plugin, which I am currently trying to write.

Should components generated by Cook have this file now as a helper?

On another note, has anyone written a search plugin for a J3 component constructed by Cook who would be willing to share their code?
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ROUTE.PHP file in SITE view 24 Jun 2015 10:58 #13296

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Yes you have it already, it is called router.php (Front side)
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ROUTE.PHP file in SITE view 24 Jun 2015 11:17 #13297

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Oh my word... I could not see it for looking..

Can it be called as a helper in a search plugin?
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ROUTE.PHP file in SITE view 24 Jun 2015 12:30 #13298

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I don't know.

Why not ?
Instance the class alone and use it.
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