[TYPO3-english] some questions about extension codes
typostudy at gmail.com
Sat Jul 27 04:41:48 CEST 2013
Thanks. It is very helpful.
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 1:23 PM, Xavier Perseguers <xavier at typo3.org> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> First of all, you may consider have a deep look at Dmitry's book about
> TYPO3 development, it will answer all those types of questions:
> Then, development-related questions should better go to the dev list,
> not the general English one.
> > From the result, I can tell some configurations are from this file:
> > ext_typoscript_setup.txt, but some not.
> > So my question is:
> > what is inside $conf? or what files compose $conf?
> static TS, what is either configured from the setup.txt file (provided
> by this extension, cannot tell you where it is for your very extension),
> if you included it in your TypoScript template, + whatever corresponding
> TypoScript you may have written yourself, in Web > Template, for this
> > Question: How does this line work:
> > $this->cObj->fileResource($this->conf['templateFile']);?
> > a. there is not such codes: such as $cObj = new tslib_cObj(), how did
> $cObj get
> > instantiated?
> > b. there is no such codes like require_once('class.tslib_content.php');
> > could $this->cObjuse the method in class.tslib_content.php?
> Basically you have a TYPO3 *extension*, not a *standalone* application.
> This means that you /extend/ TYPO3 and you are not an entry point from
> the Web. TYPO3 is calling you, meaning it prepares so-called "parent
> object" ($pObj) and injects it to your class so that you can work with
> some "environment".
> As said, consider reading a book about TYPO3 development or at the very
> least install a proper development environment with some IDE (PhpStorm,
> NetBeans, ZendStudio, ...) and Xdebug to let you step through your code
> and analyze the stack trace, will help *a lot* to let you understand the
> inner working of TYPO3 and where and when things are done.
> Xavier Perseguers
> Release Manager TYPO3 4.6
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