[TYPO3-core] File Abstraction Layer Reviews
oliver.hader at typo3.org
Wed Apr 18 20:06:19 CEST 2012
let's continue this topic...
The File Abstraction Layer API has been put to the Git master already
some weeks ago. During the T3DD12 in Munich a lot of more was done which
made it possible to adjust the FAL API again.
See the following issue and review it (you cannot really test it in
master yet, since the integration part in TCEforms, TCEmain, etc. is
If nobody objects, I'm going to merge it tomorrow then and will continue
with creating patches for the integration part.
Thanks in advance!
Am 25.02.12 23:42, schrieb Oliver Hader:
> Hi dear TYPO3 enthusiasts,
> after a long time in the incubator repository, the results of the File
> Abstraction Layer found its way to review.typo3.org. Preliminary one
> need to mention that there are still some known flaws  and you might
> find some more remarks or bugs - that's exactly why the thing was put to
> Gerrit now. But please consider that this feature, one of the most
> enormous changes since TYPO3 4.0, would feel quite well in TYPO3 4.7 and
> thus hopefully finds it way in before TYPO3 4.7-beta1 - which is
> scheduled for next Tuesday and will be released "live from the T3BOARD12
> in Laax/Switzerland"...
> Here's the umbrella issue for all tasks:
> Since many of the changes are built on others and dependencies might get
> lost in Gerrit by uploading a new change set, here's the sequence of
> issues - the order of how changes need to be applied:
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9205 -> basic TCEforms
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9206 -> basic TCEforms/IRRE
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9207 -> basic TCEforms/IRRE
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9208 -> FAL Basic API - the start
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9209 -> Database, TCA, Labels, Upgrade
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9210 -> FAL in the Backend
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9211 -> FAL in the Frontend
> https://review.typo3.org/#change,9212 -> Scheduler Tasks for Indexing
> Some of the patches have a lot of changes, but hopefully that does not
> frighten you and you still are keen on reviewing and testing this new
> Thanks to everybody being involved and especially to the "new ones" for
> putting in their efforts during the last few days and weeks. Thanks on
> behalf of the whole TYPO3 FAL Team!
> Rock on!
>  Known flaws:
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