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Perhaps useful to some who posted opinions here.
NB: >>>>> THIS IS FOR USE ON NEW SITES <<<<<
A little plugin that’s meant to be used right after first installation on a new textpattern site. It…
- Removes default content (comments, links, files, articles, images & categories of all kinds)
- Resets a few prefs (custom fields, spam lookups)
- Allows auto-installation of your favourite plugins
- Allows auto-installation/update of pages, forms and styles.
- Allows scripted config of your favourite preferences
- Allows scripted removal of sections, pages & forms
- Allows scripted blanking of pages, forms and styles (with special handling for the default page)
- Allows scripted addition of sections
- Attempts to remove the setup directory†
- Can try to remove other directories such as the RPC server files†
- then removes itself.
† These operations may fail if the filesystem permissions don’t allow the script to make the changes.
Please don’t use on any install with content you wish to keep.
Change Log & download links.
|v0.8||1st Sep, 2011||Improved warning messages and fixed bad URL (Thanks Adi)||Source||Compressed|
|v0.7||11th Aug, 2011||Added warning on install. Added confirmation on use in sites with 2 or more articles. No longer deletes the entire content of the files directory — so should leave any backups in place if you happen to have some there.||Source||Compressed|
|v0.6||5th Aug, 2011|| Switched plugins over to .plugin extension. Added page, form, style imports from the
||Source||Use later version|
|v0.5||1st Aug. 2011||Added new cleanup actions: RemoveSection, AddSection, RemovePage, BlankPage, BlankCSS, RemoveForm & BlankForm. Updated cleanups.php to show how to do jpdupont’s requested cleanups.||Source||Use later version|
|v0.4.2||1st Aug. 2011||Bugfix: Don’t remove the category roots. (Thanks jpdupont)||Source||Use later version|
|v0.4.1||31st Jul, 2011||Bugfix: Use table prefixes where needed. (Thanks jpdupont)||Source||Use later version|
|v0.4||31st Jul, 2011|| Move cleanups.php to the
||Source||Use later version|
|v0.3||30th Jul, 2011||Adds a small scripting module to allow you to record and perform your favourite cleanups/pref settings. Now you can quickly setup the prefs the way you want on all your new sites via the cleanups.php file.||Source||Use later version|
|v0.2||30th Jul, 2011||Adds removal of setup directory (where possible).||Source||Use later version|
|v0.1||29th Jul, 2011||Initial release. Removes default content & resets some prefs.||Source||Use later version|
Last edited by net-carver (2011-09-01 17:07:16)
THE BLUE DRAGON wrote:
Does it also mean that the ID# of the first article I will publish will be #1 instead of #2? (that will give it a really cool “format” feel)
It should reset all auto-incrementing IDs on the articles and other content it removes as it uses a MySQL
TRUNCATE TABLE query to do its thing. Specifically from the documentation for that call…
“The table handler does not remember the last used AUTO_INCREMENT value, but starts counting from the beginning. This is true even for MyISAM and InnoDB, which normally do not reuse sequence values.”