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[MODDB] phpBB Code Repository 1.0.x "Juno"

Postby Obsidian » 27 Dec 2008, 17:27

phpBB Code Repository
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Description - A Code Repository MOD, it allows the viewing of source code/images in the source file directory, and also offers syntax highlighting of the source VIA GeSHi.

Author notes - Be sure to allow read access to the source file directory, along with keeping a file in the directory at all times for the server's sake.

Install length - Roughly under five minutes, with an easy install (only six edits)

Version - 1.0.6
phpBB Version - phpBB 3.0.5
Development stage - Public Release Cycle

Format - MODX

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Credits -
  • House, for patiently helping me de-nub this.
  • Self, for writing the thing.
  • eviL<3 for his Pastebin MOD that I ripped the phpBB-and-GeSHi integration from.
  • BenBE for building GeSHi. It's one /heck/ of a beautiful system in action.


Suggestions welcome...
Last edited by Obsidian on 10 May 2009, 00:08, edited 13 times in total.
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Semi_Deus » 28 Dec 2008, 00:36

@todo: Make demo!

This sounds great. If I am correct, it makes it possible for guests and everyone else (except bots) to view the websites code?

I tried making something like this allooong time ago.
I called it phpBB Base. It was a website where you could view all phpBB files, and the code would be syntax highlighted by GeSHi too.

But as I have a lack of phpBB knowledge..I didn't get around finishing it, etc etc.
Igor will remember it, don't you igor?

so as I was saying: Excited to see a demo ;)
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 28 Dec 2008, 01:37

Semi_Deus wrote:@todo: Make demo!


>.> A demo? Oh noez.. /kicks House to let me at epic_fail()'s FTP backend

I might be able to PM you a link to it later on, once I update the 0.5.0 version on my old online Dev'ment board.

Semi_Deus wrote:This sounds great. If I am correct, it makes it possible for guests and everyone else (except bots) to view the websites code?

I tried making something like this allooong time ago.
I called it phpBB Base. It was a website where you could view all phpBB files, and the code would be syntax highlighted by GeSHi too.


Erm...not /exactly/, but close. Yes, guests and members can view all the source contents that CRS picks up (and yes, no bots are allowed to view in order to be kind to the server. Besides, do /YoU\ want Google getting your code?). However, anything that's put into the folder specified by (Class) phpbb_crs's site_source_path() method is detected and shown in the repository...except for an .htaccess document in the root of the source directory (which blocks direct access to files, but not images).

Essentially, you /could/ hook it up to the forum's root path, but the question is, would you want to? It'd have to be filtered quite heavily in order to be secure.
Or, you could just copy over the entire thing (except for the cache, avatar, and temp files) into the source/ directory, and that's it.

One question, did your setup cache the filelist? Mine does for 3 days, to ease up that heavy strain from running crawldir(). O.o;

--Oh, by the way, I have finally verified that the auto-generated MD5sum for the file being viewed is correct, and changes with the file's contents.
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Semi_Deus » 28 Dec 2008, 22:31

No no, I guess phpBB Base was different then.
phpBB Base was for regular users, to view the core phpBB files.
Of course, unused ones, for it to be secure.
So when people didn't have a backup of standard stuff, or they needed to check something out.
They could just look up the file at phpBB Base.

but anyways, back on topic, your mod sounds great, keep up teh good work :)
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 29 Dec 2008, 05:12

Well, it /can/ be used for it, you just have to alter it the right way. ;)

Anyways, House was crabbing at me for having a messy structure...anyone else think this? O_o;;
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 03 Jan 2009, 17:55

Okies, Semi_Deus, you want a demo?

You want a DEMO?

DO YOOOOOU~~

Here it be. :D http://fail.infinityhouse.org/code.php
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Semi_Deus » 03 Jan 2009, 18:36

Cool :D
Now, can I add some feedback?
Maybe it is best to have the result somewhere near the top.
Or to remove the list, if you have come to your final destination.
Because else you would have to scroll a long way down to see it.
Example: http://fail.infinityhouse.org/code.php? ... ew&d=5&f=0
(and the image isn't showing :geek: :mrgreen: )
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 03 Jan 2009, 19:55

Hrm...yeah, I know. I can always just force it in the view mode not to show directories, just recode it so that it's view-file only.

You might want to repost that link, I just rebuilt the cache of the filelist, so that link's aiming at the wrong thing. (Something I'm considering for 1.1.x, a special static link for certain files..SQL based, and requiring perms to set a static link.)

Image not showing? ARRRRGH... T_T

Not again...stupid .htaccess. *fails yet again*
I think I know how to fix it though...looks like there /will/ be an RC3 after all.
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby stef775 » 05 Jan 2009, 20:02

Liked your idea but change the .htaccess to:

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<Files "*">
order allow,deny
deny from all
</Files>


<Files ~ "\.(gif|jpe?g|png)$">
order allow,deny
allow from all
</Files>
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 05 Jan 2009, 21:03

Thanks for the suggestion, however I'm not going to implement it, as I think I'm going to pipe the images through a PHP file instead (similar to download/file.php) so that people don't know /where/ your source files are hidden. ;)

Also, I'm considering moving the entire source/ directory to within store/, so that the .htaccess file in store/ also covers the source/ directory, and makes the phpBB root directory a little less cramped directory-wise.
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby stef775 » 05 Jan 2009, 21:19

That's ok for me, I don't like this idea either. You can't set permissions on it and that kind of crap.

Never thought to put it in a table. You don't have the load then and people can not find your files.
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby drathbun » 08 Jan 2009, 01:32

I read the description several times, but I'm not sure I get it. What would you use this for?
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 08 Jan 2009, 15:24

Essentially, you can put PHP files (or others) in the source/ directory, and it displays the file's source code. Good for if you're coding and want people to see snapshots of the work in development, and SVN would be overkill since it's only you messing with the files.

I use it on my dev.Board to hold the source files of my MODs as I work on them, so I can refer other people to the files if I ever need help, or for distributing the MOD without packaging it (my quick MODs that I do, I don't package up and make pretty).
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby JimA » 08 Jan 2009, 18:55

Can you also make it private? That only members of a certain group are able to view the source of the files?
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Re: [RC2] phpBB-CRS (Code Repository System)

Postby Obsidian » 14 Jan 2009, 16:31

Hrm...I can, yes. I think I will, too, for RC3. I'll have it install some auths for it. I'm thinking this:
  • Can view CRS
  • Can use GeSHi highlighting
  • Can download CRS files
Having only the founder being able to rebuild the CRS filelist's cache file will stay the same regardless.

Also, a bit of a bug found in RC2!
It's constantly recaching the crawldir results, which means it is constantly running crawldir...hehe...oops. Image
A fix has been implemented in the now-in-development RC3 release.

To fix for yourself, look at includes/functions_crs.php, line 157, should be.
This is the line you are looking for:
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if (($filelist = $cache->get('_crs_files')) !== false)


What's wrong is that I used a !==, it should have been ===. Just replace the previous line mentioned with this line to fix..
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if (($filelist = $cache->get('_crs_files')) === false)


The caching method should work now. I myself replaced the entire method with the RC3 version of it, as it is a smarter and more logical layout of code, but it isn't necessary.
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