This is the admin interface. The all-important
tables.xmlfile lives here too.
You can put your own files in here, which contain short explanations of what your tables are about, or how to use them. This advice is then displayed at the top of the admin interface.
Self-explanatory; the CSS for the admin area is in here.
Self-explanatory; the images used in the admin area are in here.
This is the setup interface, which lets you modify the database structure and its metadata, which is stored in
Files that provide the online help for the setup area.
Stores temporary files, such as files which are generated and then downloaded.
CSS files for the front-end.
Some core functions and classes.
Your configuration files go here.
Self-explanatory; these are example config files.
This is where the XML files for front-end forms etc. go
The classes for various database backends go here, as well as a very rudimentary SQL parser which is used in a few places.
These files drive the administrative interface.
Your extensions, including your custom
Columnclasses go here.
Some more images. These are also used in the admin area.
Files used by the install script (tricho/install.php)
The meta-data stored in the
tables.xmlfile. In particular, the
Table, and various
The 'old' should indicate that these are pretty useless. Any new tests should be written to work with PHPUnit.
Classes used to represent SQL queries and their components, which can then be used to modify the content of a query.