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Some internal services are implemented as interfaces. The actual class to use could be configured by TypoScript. This way it is possible to use custom implementations.
See config.tx_extbase.objects configuration in [ext_typoscript_setup.txt](../../ext_typoscript_setup.txt).
T3extblog provides a couple of hooks to extend or change the default behavior. This is done by using the signal / slot functionality provided by TYPO3.
- sendEmail in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceEmailService
- subscriberConfirmAction in FelixNagelT3extblogControllerCommentSubscriberController
- subscriberDeleteAction in FelixNagelT3extblogControllerCommentSubscriberController
- subscriberConfirmAction in FelixNagelT3extblogControllerPostSubscriberController
- subscriberDeleteAction in FelixNagelT3extblogControllerPostSubscriberController
- processNewComment in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceCommentNotificationService
- processChangedComment in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceCommentNotificationService
- notifySubscribers in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceCommentNotificationService
- processNewSubscriber in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceBlogNotificationService
- processChangedSubscriber in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceBlogNotificationService
- notifySubscribers in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceBlogNotificationService
- spamCheck in FelixNagelT3extblogServiceSpamCheckService
- prePersist in FelixNagelT3extblogControllerCommentController
for using the EmailService sendEmail signal:
// typo3conf/ext/my_extension/ext_localconf.php $signalSlotDispatcher = \TYPO3\CMS\Core\Utility\GeneralUtility::makeInstance( \TYPO3\CMS\Extbase\SignalSlot\Dispatcher::class ); $signalSlotDispatcher->connect( FelixNagel\T3extblog\Service\EmailService::class, 'sendEmail', MyVendor\MyExtension\Slot\MyEmailServiceSlot::class, 'mySendEmailMethod' );
on signal / slots in TYPO3:
This section is incomplete
This extension uses TYPO3 Extbase table mapping to make use of existing EXT:t3blog tables. Take a look at ext_typoscript_setup.txt to see how this is done.
Translations could be added here: http://translation.typo3.org/projects/TYPO3.TYPO3.ext.t3extblog/
Please consider opening a GitHub ticket so we can review new translations as soon as possible!
German localization has been handled by local files before version 2.2.0. Please see this issue for more information: https://github.com/fnagel/t3extblog/issues/99
Anyone is very welcome to help improving our documentation! Just send a pull request or add an issue at GitHub.
To view your changes before submitting them you will need to install following extensions:
See this link for more information: https://docs.typo3.org/typo3cms/extensions/sphinx/WritersManual/SphinxRest/Index.html
This needs to be done for latest supported TYPO3 versions in a multi-language site setup. It is recommenced to install T3extblog in TYPO3’S default Bootstrap Package.
What needs to be tested:
- Creating blog posts (with and without preview image and text)
- Posting comments and subscribe for new comments
- With and without SPAM check triggered
- Test field validation
- Using the subscription manager (confirm and delete for new comment and post subscription)
- New comment subscription
- admin, subscriber opt-in and notification emails
- triggered by: frontend & backend (confirm and un-spam a comment)
- make sure mails are sent with localized links for multi language setups
- New post subscription
- subscriber opt-in (frontend) and notification emails (button in BE module)
- Run unit tests (see below)
Quick test procedure
- Create a new post and translate it
- Add comment with subscription (saved but marked as SPAM) -> admin email sent
- Mark as non SPAM using the dashboard (T3extblog BE module) -> subscription mail sent
- Confirm subscription by email link (check localization and link)
- When in subscription manager, add new article subscription
- Add another comment (saved but marked as SPAM) -> admin email sent
- Edit the comment record you just created in “list” module
- Un-check the SPAM checkbox, save record -> new comment mail sent (check localization and link)
- Add a valid comment for the translated post -> new comment mail sent (check localization and link)
- Make sure there a two comments displayed for the default language post and only one for the localized post
- Click envelope icon in “all post” view (T3extblog BE module) -> New post subscription mail sent
TYPO3 TER deployment is done automated via GitHub hooks. Just add a version tag and push to GitHub. See https://github.com/FluidTYPO3/fluidtypo3-gizzle for more information on the topic.
How to release
- Change version information in /ext_emconf.php
- Change version information in /Documentation/Settings.yml and /Documentation/Settings.cfg
- Commit changes: No [XYZ] prefix, this commit message will be the TYPO3 TER release notice
- Add tag to release commit (format: “1.2.3”)
- Change version information in /ext_emconf.php to next bugfix version + “dev” (example: “1.2.4dev”)
- Push changes to GitHub (git push –tags)
After a release
- Make sure the release has been pushed to the TER
- Add t3x file rendered by TER to the GitHub release
- Update maintained translations (German) on http://translation.typo3.org
Please be careful when pushing tags. Do not push “non release” tags without changing the version number in /ext_emconf.php to a dev version number (see above)