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Provide a CCK field type that lets you choose a file with IMCE.
This is not the same as FileField (see below).
The core files management on D7 is smarter than on D6.
imceimage is designed to circumvent the file_managed table, but in D7 this is no longer necessary. You can use either filefield sources, or (recommended) IMCE Filefield
New maintainer (29 Nov 2011)
This module is no longer "deprecated".
As the new maintainer, I plan to
- Fix any problems I run into myself (update: bad idea, now my use case for this module went to d7).
- Be responsive on the issue queue (update: if people provide me patches and do some debugging on their own.)
- Allow a co-maintainer to jump on the boat, if someone is interested.
- Improve code quality. -> done.
- Recent work will go into a new branch (6.x-2.x). -> done.
- Explain the difference to Filefield sources -> done.
There are no particular bugs I want to fix (yet), I just want this module to be not abandoned.
IMCE CCK Image vs Filefield Sources
There is an alternative to this project,
FileField Sources, which does support IMCE as one of various options.
FileField (Sources) will register each file in the files table in the database.
As a consequence, if you delete the filefield item, or the node with the filefield, the file will be removed from the filesystem. Please ping me if I'm wrong :)
This module stores a reference to the chosen file in the db table for the CCK field, but it will not add or remove any files (unless you do so yourself with IMCE directly).
This is especially useful, if you use a different mechanism to manage your files, such as, (S)FTP, WebDAV, Dropbox, etc.
If you plan to use both FileField and IMCE Image on the same site, it can be a good idea to separate your folder structure. Have one subfolder for IMCE, and another for FileField, so both do not mess with each other.
Current development by DQX Tech.
- Maintenance status: Seeking co-maintainer(s)
- Development status: Maintenance fixes only
- Module categories: Content Construction Kit (CCK), File Management, Media
- Reported installs: 1,149 sites currently report using this module. View usage statistics.
- Downloads: 30,756
- Last modified: 1 December 2014
- This project is not covered by the security advisory policy.
Use at your own risk! It may have publicly disclosed vulnerabilities.