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CiviCRM Extensions are packaged pieces of functionality that extend CiviCRM's out-of-the-box functionality, independent of the CMS platform.

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I'd like to remove some deprecated code from CiviCRM core, but I'm not sure if it might be used by other extensions in the CiviCRM universe. Is there a way to search the code of all known extensions?
asked Jun 27 '19 by Coleman
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Say we have an extension with short-name "fancywidget" which is managed by Company A. The full name of the extension is com.a.fancywidget. Now say Company A drops maintenance of it, and Company B … steps up to take over. It's still the "fancywidget" extension, but under new ownership. Is it safe to rename the extension to com.b.fancywidget? What are the implications (e.g. for the extension directory, pingback stats, etc.) of doing so? …
asked Jun 7 '15 by Coleman
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CiviStrings is a cli tool that scans an extension for translatable strings and generates a .pot file. According to the readme, It scans PHP, Smarty, JS, and partial HTML files for references to … the ts() function -- and generates a list of strings using gettext's POT file format. I'd like to know which directories it scans in an extension. I know it will scan files in the /ang directory, but what if I place an html file somewhere else, like /foo/bar.html - will that file also get scanned? …
asked Oct 4 '18 by Coleman