[TYPO3-core] [Poll[ Integrate Speaking URLs in to TYPO3 CMS7
klein.t3 at reelworx.at
Sun Mar 15 19:10:39 CET 2015
I don't mind which configuration language we use, but using TS would indeed open the possibility to configure settings per domain/site.
I didn't look at the code too much, but it doesn't necessarily mean to add it as a real sysext, but could/should go into the existing code instead. You might still disable routing then, if you prefer some other routing extension.
Regarding symphony component I'm rather undecided what the best way is. Benni said it does not provide all the features yet, so it will be quite some work to get it working. Actually I rather doubt that symphony provides a good solution for us, since symphony is a framework and misses therefore everything which is required for a CMS.
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> a big +1 for the integration of a routing component into the core.
> -1 for integrating RealURL into the core ...
> I would love to see a nicely configurable routing solution, such as symfony
> routing. The configuration of RealURL is yes, well known, but configuring a
> routing in a PHP Array will not be the way to go. There should be something
> such as a TypoScript Configuration API or the Yaml way which is also suitable
> for the so called "Integrators".
> I have also recently heard strong objections against the integration of yet
> another system extension.
> The symfony routing component is widely used and provides a nice API, that
> may also be used by extension authors.
> The way "first RealURL, later something different" seems to double the time
> and work spent.
> So, I think the best way to go is to do it right now :)
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