[TYPO3-typo3org] [TYPO3-dev] TER, typo3.org, everything went FUBAR!!! :))

Elmar Hinz elmar.DOT.hinz at team.MINUS.red.DOT.net
Fri Mar 10 23:47:33 CET 2006

Karsten Dambekalns schrieb:
> Because... it seemed too much work and too little gain in comparison. Making
> the extension manager manage itself is more work than one might think.
> There will be more cleanup and enhancements in the future, and eventually it
> might become an extension itself (at least partly), but I doubt that. :)

For me the extension manager is the init of all. The process 0.

I imagine a setup with the extension manager and one extension that
says: Hello world. No CMS, no config, no nothing.

I even can imagine to install java programms or perl or poems or books
with it without any TYPO3.

Thats why I think the extension manager should not be an extension
itself but simply a program that can run within the frames of the
backends or on its own.

To gain this flexibility it certainly shoulden't depend on other

We could install a lot of other software with it and let it all
communicate through interfaces. XML or JSON or whatever.

That would be my vision for a time after 5.0.



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