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- When you write an extension, you'll invariably find yourself calling BDSM modules to take advantage of their
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- If you're a programmer, you'll immediately recognize that Modules ache to be treated like the rest of your favorite programming language's standard libraries: they sit patiently off-stage, consuming no run-time resources, awaiting the chance to please you whenever and however you wish. At a moment's whim, you simply command the loading of a given library, then start directing its full repertoire of behaviors to whatever end you desire. Business, or pleasure? You're in total command; everyone in the retinue knows it, and everyone loves it...
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- A command has returned an unhandled error code (nonzero return value).
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- %li
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- extensions_install()
- extension_reload()
- extension_reinitialize()
- extension_version()
- extension_licence()
- extensions_installed()
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- action()
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-The Service Module adds functionality and a DSL for managing services
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-The System Module adds the ability to detect details about your system.
-This can be useful you need to detect OS type or CPU architecture,
-such as when compiling a package from source.
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-%h2 Help us!!!
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-The Templates module adds functionality to create and install templates,
-which can ease development of new extensions.
-
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-%h2 Help us!!!
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-The Variables Module simplifies working with shell parameters and adds matching and checking functions.
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