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WA_ infront of the foldername

Thread began 11/05/2009 3:57 pm by Cologne | Last modified 12/16/2009 3:48 pm by Cologne | 1675 views | 8 replies


I'll agree that some standards need to be kept for organization. I've been advocating that all extensions bet placed into an "includes" folder or even a "wa_includes" since "includes" could interfere with other programs and scripts.

I don't like having all these extra folders dropped in the root of my website(s), but at least when "wa_" was at the start they were all lumped together. Now they are starting to drop randomly throughout my root folders, some starting with "wa_", some with "css_" and some just by name.

Please create a standard approach and stick to it, preferably my approach - in a "wa_includes" folder :)

etc.. etc.. etc...

My second choice would be in agreement with "Cologne" - put back the wa_ in front of all, so we know at a glance it's a WA Generated Folder.

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