steffen at mail.kommwiss.fu-berlin.de
Fri May 18 01:32:02 CEST 2007
On 18.05.2007 00:46 Elmar Hinz wrote:
> My favour of consitency is to have a single configuration language and at
> max. 3 places to work on. So I question myself, wich configuration language
> could serve all requiremets.
I would even like the approach to be able to configure TYPO3 without the
need of a webbrowser.
Having an API for the configuration/content object tree would make it
possile to configure a system with the users favorite tool.
> 1.) setup of the hierarchical content object tree
> 2.) easy to handle definition of a multitude of language lables
> 3.) handling of a multitude of differnt configuration parameters
> I come to a clear answer. It's TS in first place, followed by YAML.
+1 for TS.
P.S. I really missed an installation and configuration part in the
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