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Plugin: Move It

  • Hi, i’ m working on a new plugin that allow you to move post between topics.

    Now it is on early stage, it allows you to move the post meanwhile upgrading the post count of the new topic and decreasing the old one.

    Next step will be upgrade all the info like last_post_nick etc

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  • meanwhile I wait for the svn account, i can say you that now we are on 0.11 version, i have just finished to add the upgrade topic info for both destination and original thread.

    sooner the download link… i hope :)


    wittmania
    Member

    @wittmania

    Meanwhile, just post it on a page on your site, and put a link here…

    I see you have SVN access now, so this should be out here right away! good idea for a plugin!

    Trent

    i have just released the 0.12 version.

    in this new version i added the merge topic feature :)

    you can download it on bbpress svn or my site.

    hope it could be useful :)

    ps. sooner i’m planning to add split topic feature, but ‘ll have to work on it…


    citizenkeith
    Participant

    @citizenkeith

    I keep getting this error:

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /forums/my-plugins/moveit.php:117) in /forums/bb-includes/pluggable.php on line 166

    I removed the complete path for my security. :)

    Whitespace would suggest that moveit.php has a space past the last php closing tag. That it and try that.

    Trent


    citizenkeith
    Participant

    @citizenkeith

    That did the trick. Thanks!

    Is there an easy way to make this a “Key Master Only” function?

    You can put up a conditional like I use in the YouTube plugin:

    if (bb_current_user_can('administrate')) :

    Put that after the main plugin function and then the following before the closing of that function:

    endif;

    Trent

    To get it to be for Key Masters only instead of Admins (and above) only, use 'use_keys' instead of 'administrate'. :)

    use_keys, why can’t I remember that! Thanks fel64!

    Trent

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