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  • Ryios 122 posts 263 karma points
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 06:27
    Ryios
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    Nice find, but...

    If your are using the NuGet Package to keep Umbraco in source control in a visual studio project...

    It's trivial to just comment out or change umbraco files, making this package not necessary.

    Seems like a lot of weight to install a package, when you can just go to that page and comment it out.

  • Jan Skovgaard 11264 posts 23592 karma points MVP 8x admin c-trib
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 10:18
    Jan Skovgaard
    1

    Hi Ryan

    This packages is outdated since it targeted version 4.7.0 of Umbraco and disabled the timeout by adding a key in the appSettings section and added a handler to disable the javascript.

    It was also done before nuget installs of Umbraco was at all possible.

    The configuration has since been made a part of the core.

    Besides by having it as a package you're sure that the files are not overwritten etc. should you do an upgrade. If you modify core files and do an upgrade you'll need to do the changes again.

    /Jan

  • Lee Kelleher 3972 posts 15390 karma points MVP 11x admin c-trib
    Jul 03, 2014 @ 11:04
    Lee Kelleher
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    Hi Ryan, thanks for the feedback ... I totally agree, the package was overkill for such a minor tweak.
    All I can say is that at the time, there was a need for it :-)

  • Ryios 122 posts 263 karma points
    Jan 14, 2015 @ 07:21
    Ryios
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    Yeah, I'm new to the game and fail at reading post dates, and all the different versions of umbraco, so still catching up. Apologies if I bumbed a super old post.

  • Lee Kelleher 3972 posts 15390 karma points MVP 11x admin c-trib
    Jan 14, 2015 @ 09:27
    Lee Kelleher
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    No worries Ryan, all good!

    Cheers,
    - Lee

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