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Create an e_end for plugins? #3151

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oudoken opened this Issue May 29, 2018 · 0 comments

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oudoken commented May 29, 2018

Hi there,
There's a way to capture the OB at the very end of page from within a plugin?
I'm trying to integrate phpfastcache with e107 for creating static html pages (see also https://www.e107help.org/4108/capture-buffering-from-plugin).
For ob_start() e_module.php works fine but how to get the end page? e_footer.php it's called to early.
Maybe there's another method or it will be a good addition making an "e_end.php" to expose this functionality to plugins?
Thanks
Rob

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Issue e107inc#3151 add an e_end to plugin class
V2 renamed based on Cameron suggestion

@CaMer0n CaMer0n closed this in a909cb8 Jun 13, 2018

@Moc Moc added this to Backlog in Documentation update via automation Jul 19, 2018

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