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Version 17 by robert.thurnher on 25. May 2008, 04:24

Here you can put all your whishes for *Helma NG*!

==== Integration of JSLint ====
Include *JSLint|http://www.jslint.com/* in Helma NG and disable it as default. The developers who want to have really good code can switch on and configure the options of JSLint in app.properties and get the JSLint error messages in the event-log. // *anton*

==== database.js module ====
Add a database.js module. Just moving the existing one doesn't work, because it depends on helma 1.x // *matthias*

==== More flexible ORM ====
Flexible filtering and sorting of collections. Extended prototypes mapped to different tables. Some mechanism to check if the underlying database has changed (directly or through another app) and to update affected collections. // walter

==== Testing Framework ====
derived from jala lib? hannes took some first steps in this direction. *matthias*

==== Documentation Library ====
i'm currently using jsdoc toolkit. http://code.google.com/p/jsdoc-toolkit/
version 2.0 had been just released. *matthias*

==== Fix and document the existing modules ====
currently some helma 1.x modules were ported. but not all are tested and documented with helma-ng. hannes came up with the question, whether we should rename / rearange them (helma/core/...) and which modules should be included by default. *matthias* +1 from me! /hannes

==== Remove JSAdapter magic from module scopes ====
Currently module scopes automatically check for functions __get__, __put__, etc and do the *JSAdapter|http://blogs.sun.com/sundararajan/entry/self_javascript_and_jsadapter* thing if they find them. I think this is confusing, as people start expecting the same behaviour in other places, it makes public/private module parts harder to implement, and it can really easily be done by just adding a JSAdapter to a module. /hannes

==== Add explicit web dispatching ====
Currently helma.simpleweb uses implicit web path resolution via JavaScript properties. Well, already people are starting to ask how to trick their non-JS model domain to make this work with the URLs they want. I think we should just go with some regular expression -> method URL dispatching/registry scheme like virtually every other web framework these days. /hannes +1 // robert.thurnher/hannes
+1 // robert.thurnher

==== Module repository ====
Provide some sort of automated repository for modules. For instance like the one for Wordpress: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/about/  // walter


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