[TYPO3-core] Changing behavior of the TEXT cObject

Alexander Stehlik alexander.stehlik at gmail.com
Thu Feb 6 10:50:28 CET 2014


I also think that there are more important things and since it is all 
well documented there is no need to spent that much Resources (including 
the Resources of Extension developers / integrations who need to adapt 
their stuff) on this topic IMO.

It seems a bit awkward to me that this topic, which is only about 
cleanup / unification but does not bring real improvment to the users 
gets so much feedback.

Some days ago Stefan Neufeind posted a suggestion for the improvement of 
the Backend for the managing of excludefields which currently is really 
a pain. Almost zero feedback :(


Am 06.02.2014 10:36, schrieb Dmitry Dulepov:
> Hi!
> François Suter wrote:
>> Christopher (from the Doc Team) has proposed to clean up the TEXT
>> cObject to make it behave like other cObjects. His patch [1] would throw
>> a deprecation warning when root-level properties of the TEXT object are
>> used, except "stdWrap". This makes behavior of all cObjects consistent.
> -1. Don't fix what is not broken.
>> In the patch review, Benni objected that the HTML object was deprecated
>> because of its behavior and now we would make the TEXT object behave
>> like the old HTML object.
> +1 to Benni.

Alexander Stehlik
alexander.stehlik at gmail.com

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