Hello List, Last year I began to sepearte my module files to many files for their purposes.
Last time use use lots of dirs for their types someting like controllers a.cont.php b.cont.php definition a.def.php b.def.php models a.model.php b.model.php views a.view.php b.view.php Then I realize this model creates confusion when you start to debug a module. My next step was putting module files in one dir, also I want to load them into text editor with spesific order (same to including order). and I came up some ting like this a.test.def.php c.test.mdl.php e.test.cnt.php g.test.rtr.php i.test.view.php k.test.dr.js m.test.m.js o.test.css test_app.a.def.php test_app.c.mdl.php test_app.e.cnt.php test_app.g.rtr.php test_app.i.view.php test_app.k.dr.js test_app.m.js test_app.o.css test.adef.php test.cmdl.php test.ecnt.php test.grtr.php test.iview.php test.kdr.js test.m.js test.o.css My point of view the 3. option is good for me. So I want to ask this (beacause I'm using very closed working model. Just KDE and KATE) is kind of file structure may lead any kind of problems in future or diffrerent situation ? also is there any suggestion to using different methot to archive similar goals. Regards Sancar -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php