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icon_project.png LnBlog / Open Enhancement #50 Add "conflicts" settings and JS checking for plugins
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Some plugins are mutually exclusive, such as the TinyMCE and CKEditor plugins. We need a way to indicate that you can't have both of them enabled at once. The obvious solution is a list of incompatible plugins. This is easy to implement, but brittle. Perhaps some sort of resource declaration system would work better. So, e.g., there is only one "rich post editor" resource, and if both TinyMCE and CKEditor want it, then we have a problem.

We also need a way to check this compatibility, preferably in JS code. The idea is that we should be able to easily validate that the selected plugins don't create a conflict.
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