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Revamping URL aliases

Submitted by nk on Sun, 2006-01-29 01:58

Please comment with the name of the module you would take. Here are those modules where you can find more than five arg() calls.

[] = array('aggregator', 23);
$rows[] = array('book', 6);
$rows[] = array('contact', 6);
$rows[] = array('filter', 18);
$rows[] = array('forum', 9);
$rows[] = array('node', 33);
$rows[] = array('poll', 6);
$rows[] = array('statistics', 9);
$rows[] = array('taxonomy', '17');
$rows[] = array('user', 22);
theme('table', array(), $rows);

That's 10 modules. And wow, we have 10 signups :) I will do the rest of the modules, help out etc.

$_GET['q'] are a lot less, 22 in all modules. There are 23 in includes -- we shall see what happens with those, that depends on what do we do with URL aliasing.

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