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Old March 14th, 2009, 02:38 AM
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Default File : literary_piece.txt file is not in source code;


thanks Victor for the beautiful book..

I downloaded the source code for chapter 3 and I did not see the file literary_piece.txt in there;

Was it forgotten or am i missing something?


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Default Thanks for your comments on the book, hilmi!

There is no literary_piece.txt in the source code, because what we are showing in the Create the literary_piece content type section is the fact that you can export any content type and save the result in a text file, and then import the contents of that text file as a content type.
Since the source code is a Drupal instance which has the literary_piece content type already created, you can export that content type and paste the results in a text file yourself.
So: by design!
Hope that helps, thanks so much for communicating with us here, and please continue to reach us with your questions and concerns!

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