sfBBPlugin - 0.0.2
Lightweight embedded forum plugin.
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A simple embedded forum for Symfony applications.
This plugin has been discontinued in July 2007. A clean rewrite has been done in sfSimpleForumPlugin.
|Fabien POTENCIER||lead||moc.tcejorp-ynofmys <<ta>> reicnetop.neibaf|
|Nick WINFIELD||lead||moc.siggahrepus <<ta>> seiriuqne|
Copyright (c) 2004-2007 Fabien Potencier
Copyright (c) 2007 Nick Winfield
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This plugin allows you to embed a forum within your Symfony application. User management is controlled through sfGuard and it is intended that the plugin mature along the same lines as punBB, phpBB and Invision Power Board.
Please note that this plugin is in the early alpha stages of development.
sfGuardPlugin has to be installed before you can use this plugin. See sfGuardPlugin for installation and
configuation details. A user profile table is included in the
schema.yml, which is used by sfGuard in order to
build up a rich, customised user profile.
The plugin uses Propel but support for Doctrine will be included at a later date.
Move into your Symfony project directory and install the plugin.
symfony plugin-install http://plugins.symfony-project.com/sfBBPlugin
Alternatively, you can install the plugin via SVN. After moving into your project directory, type:
svn co http://svn.symfony-project.com/plugins/sfBBPlugin/ ./plugins/sfBBPlugin
Rebuild your model.
Load the included fixtures.
Enable the sfBB module in your
all: .settings: enabled_modules: [..., sfBB](default,)
Routing rules are added automatically by the plugin's config file, so you don't need to modify your application's
Then, clear your cache.
Finally, verify the plugin installation via your web browser.