Well, actually the Typo3 7 LTS versions were available for a couple of months through my Github repositories of cwmobileredirect and cwenvbanner already, however I never found the time to upload them to TER. Finally I found some time to upload it, so here you go:
cwmobileredirect on TER
cwenvbanner on TER
The new versions do not include any new features, I did some cleanup though, so Typo3 4.x is no longer supported. Please just stick with the old versions of the extensions in case you are still using one of these ancient Typo3 installations.
Besides Typo3 7 compatibility and cleanup I spend some time on making them work with a Composer based Typo3 installation (the outcome can be found on Github as well) and Travis CI. Since I only work on these extensions occasionally, this will surely help me in with the Typo3 8 LTS versions (which I hope to get done a bit earlier this time :-)).
Version 1.4.4 of cwmobileredirect has just been released. It now officially supports Typo3 6.2. There are no other new features or bugfixes, so if you don’t want to use it with 6.2, you don’t need to update.
By the way: cwmobileredirect has now been downloaded over 4.000 times – thanks 🙂
Now working with Typo3 again (Love .. Hate … Love … ), I thought it would be nice to finally publish my old cwenvbanner Extension. In short, it adds small banners to the Frontend and Backend of your Typo3 environments, so you don’t mix up the browser windows
anymore so often.
You can learn more about it here: cwenvbanner
Have you ever thought about writing your own PHP extension? There are surely a few pro’s and con’s about creating PHP extensions to solve problems, rather than write PHP libraries. But this is not the question here. I was curious. So come on Internet, let’s see what you got for me…
Looks a bit outdated, but that’s not the problem here for me. As a matter of fact, I’m currently still using PHP 5.3.5 on my dev for a list of reasons. And I’m using Windows and I don’t complain (I know my colleagues think I’m weird). Luckily both tutorials cover the topic on how to create the extension on Windows for PHP 5.3.5. So much win! And the best: it really works!
Basically both tutorials provide you with everything you need. I had to get over two pitfalls though:
- php5ts.lib is not in the source code directory I just extracted, but in my WAMP stack already – in my case I located it in C:\xampp\php\dev
- error C2371: ‘socklen_t’ : redefinition; different basic types – I really have no idea why this error came up during compilation. However I was able to “solve” *cough* the problem by commenting out lines 149 to 151 in the php.h:
typedef unsigned int socklen_t;
Surely not the ideal solution, but as I just wanted to try it out I don’t mind at the moment.