[TYPO3-core] Changing behavior of the TEXT cObject

Alexander Stehlik alexander.stehlik at gmail.com
Thu Feb 6 13:34:13 CET 2014

This sounds like a great idea. I like it much better than the other 
approach (only allow stdWrap) because it means much less required 
modifications to current TypoScript templates.

+1 from me for allowing stdWrap properties at the root level of all 
content objects.

Am 06.02.2014 13:04, schrieb Markus Klein:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: typo3-team-core-bounces at lists.typo3.org [mailto:typo3-team-core-
>> bounces at lists.typo3.org] On Behalf Of JoH asenau
>> Sent: Thursday, February 06, 2014 12:45 PM
>> To: typo3-team-core at lists.typo3.org
>> Subject: Re: [TYPO3-core] Changing behavior of the TEXT cObject
>>> This would not even be a breaking change and you don't have to replace
>>> the whole TypoScript code, since it will be fully backwards compatible.
>>> So adding stdWrap on the first level would be a real improvement.
>> BTW: There is no problem having to "unset" other root properties like i.e.
>> "value" in TEXT or "file" in IMAGE, since this will be done automatically by
>> stdWrap internally.
>> There was a team at a workshop at the developer days before 4.5 checking
>> all the appearances of the different properties and they did not find any
>> doubles while comparing root level methods of cObjects with stdWrap
>> methods.
> Great, good to know that has been checked!
>> Additionally we built in an array with "allowed" stdWrap methods, that is
>> intersected with the incoming properties and leaves just the official stdWrap
>> properties in place.
>> So it would be easy to do, backwards compatible and more comfortable for
>> the integrators to introduce root level stdWrap methods for each cObject.
> Then lets go for this, if it makes things for integrators easier and doesn't harm us code wise.
>> HTH
>> Joey
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