Re: [CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP] #5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep

2009-07-03 Thread CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP
#5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep
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Reporter:  pr1001| Owner: 
Type:  Enhancement   |Status:  new
Priority:  Low   | Milestone:  1.3.x.x
   Component:  Config|   Version: 
Severity:  Minor |Resolution: 
Keywords:  configure, write, key, depth  |   Php_version:  PHP 5  
Cake_version:|  
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Comment (by farhadi):

 Well, I used Set insert/extract/remove where applicable.

 Can you take a look at it:
 
http://thechaw.com/forks/farhadi/cakephp/commits/view/4f99d98174515a1a337ed4d4e91645d2e60bd303

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Re: [CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP] #5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep

2009-07-02 Thread CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP
#5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep
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Reporter:  pr1001| Owner: 
Type:  Enhancement   |Status:  new
Priority:  Low   | Milestone:  1.3.x.x
   Component:  Config|   Version: 
Severity:  Minor |Resolution: 
Keywords:  configure, write, key, depth  |   Php_version:  PHP 5  
Cake_version:|  
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Comment (by gwoo):

 your patch should use Set::extract() see Session for an example.

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Re: [CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP] #5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep

2008-11-13 Thread CakePHP : The Rapid Development Framework for PHP
#5750: Configure::write() Only Supports Keys 3 Levels Deep
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Reporter:  pr1001| Owner: 
Type:  Enhancement   |Status:  new
Priority:  Low   | Milestone:  1.2.x.x
   Component:  Config|   Version:  RC3
Severity:  Minor |Resolution: 
Keywords:  configure, write, key, depth  |   Php_version:  PHP 5  
Cake_version:|  
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Changes (by renan.saddam):

  * type:  Bug = Enhancement

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