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Package ID
emanuele:automanagement_of_att
First Created
December 04, 2010, 01:07:16 PM
Last Updated
April 19, 2012, 10:11:34 AM

Automanage attachments v0.1.12

Automatically create and change active attachments folder depending on settings
Compatible With 2.0 RC5, 2.0, 2.0.2
Latest version v0.1.12
Downloads 1,212
Reviews 0
Rating 0/5
Subscribers 12
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Automatically create and change active attachments directory depending on settings.

The mod can create a directory structure based on post date (subdividing attachments by year, or by year and month or by year, month and day) or simply adding a new directory when the space limit is reached.

Settings

  • Choose the method for the management of attachments, it can be set to:

    • Normal: default SMF management (i.e. the admin must take care to change directory)
    • Subdivide by years: a directory corresponding to the current year is created and the attachments are stored there
    • Subdivide by years and months: as before but a subdirectory for each month is created too
    • Subdivide by years, months and days: as before but a subdirectory for each day is created too
    • Change directory when run out of space: every time the attachment directory reach the space limit a new directory is created
  • Create as subdirectory within a directory: if you want to keep all the attachments directories within a certain directory tick this check
  • Main directory for attachments: if the previous check is ticked then you can specify here the path to the directory (if it's not specified the board directory will be used)

Known issues
  • When the option Change directory when run out of space is active the check on the directory size is not 100% accurate

Change log

  • 0.1.12 an undefined index error...
  • 0.1.11 a bit of clean-up (fixed a potential issue), license added, compatibility updated
  • 0.1.10 fixed utf8 files
  • 0.1.9 compatibility updated to 2.0
  • 0.1.8 fixed Italian translation
  • 0.1.7 fixed the error returned when the upload directory changes while posting
  • 0.1.6 fixed a couple of obscure log errors, additional use of hooks
  • 0.1.5 initial release
Manual installation info
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