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Hi there, I'm sorry for asking a bit of a stupid question, but I'm going through the readme on the Moneybookers ipn contribution and have come across the following instruction:

 

'There are few files starting from "_". This means you need to copy updates only from those files. Please simply copy all code from such files to your appropriate files without "_".'

 

I know the answer is probably really simple, but can someone please explain?

 

Cheers :)

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Hi there, I'm sorry for asking a bit of a stupid question, but I'm going through the readme on the Moneybookers ipn contribution and have come across the following instruction:

 

'There are few files starting from "_". This means you need to copy updates only from those files. Please simply copy all code from such files to your appropriate files without "_".'

 

I know the answer is probably really simple, but can someone please explain?

 

Cheers :)

 

 

It's ok - I've figured it out :)

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It's ok - I've figured it out :)

 

Hi there Deborah, I seem to be having the same dilemma with the Moneybookers module in the readme file. You say you figured it out, how? What does this instruction mean?

 

Thank you in advance

 

Felix

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Hi there Deborah, I seem to be having the same dilemma with the Moneybookers module in the readme file. You say you figured it out, how? What does this instruction mean?

 

Thank you in advance

 

Felix

 

Hi Felix,

 

That means you just have to edit [a_file].php the corresponding file to add to it the content of _[a_file].php

 

E.g.

Open /catalog/admin/includes/functions/general.php and add to it the content of _general.php

 

And do the same for /catalog/includes/filenames.php - add to it the content of _filenames.php

 

Does that seem clear?

 

-Ben

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Hi Felix,

 

That means you just have to edit [a_file].php the corresponding file to add to it the content of _[a_file].php

 

E.g.

Open /catalog/admin/includes/functions/general.php and add to it the content of _general.php

 

And do the same for /catalog/includes/filenames.php - add to it the content of _filenames.php

 

Does that seem clear?

 

-Ben

 

 

Thanks Ben for the trouble, I've just decided to quit installing moneybookers, the contribution might be good but didnt find joy in monebooker's support service

 

Thanks again

 

Felix

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