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>>One rule of thumb is, "If I'm thinking about features I don't need yet, I'm probably going to design and implement them wrong and will have to rework them when I really do need them."

Really? It seems to me that the advice most often given here is to "always plan ahead". Why do you reccomend something different?

I've had some personal experience with not planning ahead and having to rewrite large portions of a project and I'd like to try to avoid that this go-round.

As to the higher idea of modules in general, I hadn't planned on implementing this modules myself, but rather providing an easy to use framework that people could easily develop their own or share their developed modules. Basically what I'm looking for is a way to provide a 'patching service' to change how one or more features work, but without resorting to some projects that have patches like "go to line 23 in foo.php and replace all the lines until the next semicolon and then go to line 56 and replace two variables" and so on and so forth.

In reply to Re: Re: Best way to 'add modules' to web app? by BUU
in thread Best way to 'add modules' to web app? by BUU

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