This plugin provides functionality for users to share their publications
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Last update: 2020-09-07 22:15:54 UTC
This plugin provides functionality for users to share their publications.
Upgraded for 1.8 by ColdTrick IT Solutions
It's possible to add a custom set of inputs to a publication. This can be done by eighter extending/overwriting the existing types or by registering a new type.
The plugin hook
publications allows you to add a new custom type. The new type will be listed on the form with the language key
publications:type:<your new type> if defined (otherwise it's just the new name).
If you've registered a new type and the user selects it, the view
publications/publication/edit/<your new type> will be called.
When editing an existing publication the view gets the publication in
In the save action a plugin hook
input_validation:<your new type>,
publications will be triggered. If you return
false the user
will be send back to the add/edit form. In order to help the user with what went wrong, please use
If you name your input fields
data[somename] this will automaticly be saved with the publication under
If for some reason your data can't be set in this way (or you wish to manipulate the data) an event
publications will be triggered
for which the third variable will contain the current publication.
When the publication is viewed you can add your custom data by providing a view
publications/publication/view/<your new type>. This view needs to
output table rows in a two (2) column table.
- Improve bibtex import/export actions
- Reenable invite functionality
- Scan language file for unused or duplicate entries
- sticky form for publication/add
- combine add and edit action into one action