This is Pico's official PicoDeprecated plugin. Pico is a stupidly simple, blazing fast, flat file CMS.
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PicoDeprecated's purpose is to maintain backward compatibility to older versions of Pico, by re-introducing characteristics that were removed from Pico's core. It for example triggers old events (like the
before_render event used before Pico 1.0) and reads config files that were written in PHP (
config/config.php, used before Pico 2.0).
Please refer to
picocms/Pico to get info about how to contribute or getting help.
If you're using plugins and themes that are compatible with Pico's latest API version only, you can safely remove
PicoDeprecated from your Pico installation or disable the plugin (please refer to the "Usage" section below). However, if you're not sure about this, simply leave it as it is - it won't hurt... 😉
If you use a
composer-based installation of Pico and want to either remove or install
PicoDeprecated, simply open a shell on your server and navigate to Pico's install directory (e.g.
composer remove picocms/pico-deprecated to remove
PicoDeprecated, or run
composer require picocms/pico-deprecated (via Packagist.org) to install
If you rather use one of Pico's pre-built release packages, it is best to disable
PicoDeprecated and not to actually remove it. The reason for this is, that
PicoDeprecated is part of Pico's pre-built release packages, thus it will be automatically re-installed when updating Pico. However, if you really want to remove
PicoDeprecated, simply delete the
plugins/PicoDeprecated directory in Pico's install directory (e.g.
/var/www/html). If you want to install
PicoDeprecated, you must first create a empty
plugins/PicoDeprecated directory on your server, download the version of
PicoDeprecated matching the version of your Pico installation and upload all containing files (esp.
PicoDeprecated.php and the
vendor/ directories) into said
plugins/PicoDeprecated directory (resulting in
The versioning of
PicoDeprecated strictly follows the version of Pico's core. You must not use a version of
PicoDeprecated that doesn't match the version of Pico's core (e.g. PicoDeprecated 2.0.1 is not compatible with Pico 2.0.0). If you're using a
composer-based installation of Pico, simply use a version constaint like
PicoDeprecated ensures that its version matches Pico's version. Even if you're using one of Pico's pre-built release packages, you don't have to take care of anything - a matching version of
PicoDeprecated is part of Pico's pre-built release packages anyway.
You can explicitly disable
PicoDeprecated by adding
PicoDeprecated.enabled: false to your
config/config.yml. If you want to re-enable
PicoDeprecated, simply remove this line from your
PicoDeprecated itself has no configuration options, it enables and disables all of its features depending on whether there are plugins and/or themes requiring said characteristics.
PicoDeprecated's functionality is split into various so-called "compatibility plugins". There are compatibility plugins for every old API version (Pico 0.9 and earlier were using API version 0, Pico 1.0 was using API version 1 and Pico 2.0 was using API version 2; the current API version is version 3, used by Pico 2.1), one for plugins and another one for themes. Their purpose is to re-introduce characteristics plugins and themes using said API version might rely on. For example, plugin API compatibility plugins are responsible for simulating old Pico core events (like the
before_render event used by Pico 0.9 and earlier). Theme API compatibility plugins will e.g. register old Twig variables (like the
is_front_page Twig variable used by Pico 1.0). If you install a plugin using API version 2, the corresponding
PicoPluginApi2CompatPlugin will be loaded. All plugin API compatibility plugins also depend on their theme counterpart, thus
PicoThemeApi2CompatPlugin will be loaded, too. Furthermore all compatibility plugins depend on their respective API successors.
The plugin exposes a simple API to allow other plugins to load their own compatibility plugins. As a plugin developer you may use the
PicoDeprecated::loadCompatPlugin(PicoCompatPluginInterface $compatPlugin) method to load a custom compatibility plugin. Use
PicoDeprecated::getCompatPlugins() to return a list of all loaded compatibility plugins. You can furthermore use the
PicoDeprecated::getPlugins(int $apiVersion) method to return a list of all loaded Pico plugins using a particular API version. If you want to trigger a custom event on plugins using a particular API version only, use
PicoDeprecated::triggerEvent(int $apiVersion, string $eventName, array $parameters = ).
PicoDeprecated furthermore triggers the custom
onPicoDeprecated(PicoDeprecated $picoDeprecated) event.
Please refer to the "Getting Help" section of our main repository.
Please refer to the "Contributing" section of our main repository.
By contributing to Pico, you accept and agree to the Developer Certificate of Origin for your present and future contributions submitted to Pico. Please refer to the "Developer Certificate of Origin" section in the
CONTRIBUTING.md of our main repository.