is being given by. This value is then used in the e-mail sent to the receiving user.
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…e any problems, but you never know; I looked around and saw nothing that would be a problem.
moderate and delete comments if their seclev was above that in the var. But it was poorly implemented, with the seclev minimum being hardcoded in one place at 100, in another at 1000, and with there being a third place where author-ship was also tested. Those problems have been fixed, and two new ACLs are also added to allow finer-grained control of those two abilities: "modpoints_always" and "candelcomments_always". (Most sites won't need these since any admins with seclev >= authors_unlimited will still have both. But the option is now there.) In an earlier version of this code, "modpoints_always" was spelled "alwaysmodpoints". In an upcoming version of this code, the ability to delete comments, which is now mostly coded in templates with a 3- or 4- clause IF that gets copy-and-pasted in multiple places, will be pulled into a separate utility function and just passed into the templates as "can_del", like "can_mod" is now. In another upcoming version of this code (stay tuned), discussion-specific abilities will be possible by adding ACLs in the format "modpoints_###" where ### is the numeric id of the discussion in question.
comment on perl 5.8 and a few other minor things, and a big section on boa which might or might not be correct :)
might or might not be correct :)
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