#12 ✓resolved
knewter (at gmail)

Provide an easy way for a plugin to store and edit preferences

Reported by knewter (at gmail) | November 15th, 2008 @ 09:54 PM

Many, if not most, plugins will require some preferences. Might as well define the interface for this stuff up front, so every plugin doesn't try to reinvent this wheel. Something along the lines of the registry or gconf.

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  • knewter (at gmail)

    knewter (at gmail) December 26th, 2008 @ 10:42 AM

    • State changed from “new” to “resolved”

    The has_settings plugin makes this easy for a given page plugin. I'm marking this one closed, and creating a new ticket that's more specific to the remaining issue. Specifically, a given plugin on the whole (as a singleton) needs a configuration place. Imagine an e-commerce plugin - it obv. needs a place to put your authorize.net/whatev credentials.

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