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It's possible to add a string that says "hey this user had edit the post on dd/mm/yyyy at HH:mm"? In this way everybody can view if any change was done.

Again, it's possible to add a line under a link that say me where I am (for example here is Forum Index -> TODO / New Features ) that says who is/are the moderetor/s of that area?


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0m4r wrote:It's possible to add a string that says "hey this user had edit the post on dd/mm/yyyy at HH:mm"? In this way everybody can view if any change was done.



A list of changes made on some specific post? it can be done. In fact, there is already fields on jforum_posts to manage that. The only need is to write the code that updates the file when the editSave() of PostAction is called.

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Again, it's possible to add a line under a link that say me where I am (for example here is Forum Index -> TODO / New Features ) that says who is/are the moderetor/s of that area?



Yep, it also can be done with some simple SQL queries. I'm not going to do it right now, but if you want to... ;)

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[OT]Where I can find the CVS settings?[/OT]
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Taken from java.net:


Access the source code repository for this project in one of the following ways:

* Browse source code online to view this project's directory structure and files.
* Check out source code with a CVS client. For example:

cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs login

followed by

cvs -d :pserver:guest@cvs.dev.java.net:/cvs checkout jforum


More information you can get from https://jforum.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectSource. Note that you will have to be logged.

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