Refactor the MVC controller class names
For consistency, the following classes should be renamed:
F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_ActionController -> F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_Action
F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_DefaultController -> F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_Default
F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_RequestHandlingController -> F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_RequestHandling
F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_PresentationController -> F3_FLOW3_MVC_Controller_Presentation
... and don't forget the documentation.
- FLOW3: (MVC) Renamed the Default Controller. Addresses #474
- FLOW3: (MVC) Implemented the dispatch loop: The request object now contains a flag which tells if the dispatcher needs to dispatch the request again because it contains new information about the responsible controller.
- FLOW3: (MVC) The Request object now works differently in terms of specifying the controller: Instead of passing the controller component name, it is now specified by setting the package key and controller name. Addresses #474
- FLOW3: (MVC) Implemented support for forwarding requests (see Request Handling Controller). Resolves #88 and resolves #215.
- FLOW3: (MVC) Removed the locking feature from the Request object - otherwise forwarding would not be possible.
- FLOW3: (MVC) Refactored mmost of the controller-related tests and fixtures.
- FLOW3: Adapted the standard routes
- FLOW3 + TYPO3: Updated the Package Meta information
#2 Updated by Karsten Dambekalns about 11 years ago
- Status changed from Accepted to Rejected
- speak for themselves if possible
- with namespaces classnames like
Defaultwould stem from this, which doesn't work. Thus r1210 reverted some of the changes already done in r1070.