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[POLL] do you initiate or generate the admin sections of the software you create? [message #63210] Thu, 16 October 2008 06:21 Go to next message
lkrubner  is currently offline lkrubner
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do you initiate or generate the admin sections of the software you create?[ 3 vote(s) ]
1.initiate 3 / 100%
2.generate 0 / 0%

When you work on a project that needs a control panel, how do you create that control panel?

This page:

http://www.symfony-project.org/book/1_1/14-Generators

explains the init command:

php symfony propel:init-admin backend article Article

and this page:

http://www.symfony-project.org/book/forms/1_1/en/04-Propel-I ntegration

explains the generate crud command:

symfony propel:generate-crud frontend author Author

Which of these two approaches are most in use? What do you use? Do you initiate, or do you generate CRUD?



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Re: [POLL] do you initiate or generate the admin sections of the software you create? [message #63214 is a reply to message #63210 ] Thu, 16 October 2008 07:50 Go to previous message
naholyr  is currently offline naholyr
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Bug in the forum : we cannot vote, it sends to a 404.
I had to edit (with Firebug) the action of the form to add the "?" of the query string Wink

About the question : for every project I use my own generator class, and a custom template. The default behavior will be OK and I'll be able to customize eveything needed. And the generator.yml allows very fast modification for small fixes (order of fields, names, field types, etc...).
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