Rewrite a blog module from one script to another script
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I have purchased 2 scripts from the same company.
http://pintastic.co/ and http://getsy.info/
I have the sourcecode for both scripts, but I would like to move one of the module of the getsy script to the pintastic script. The 2 scripts were developed by the company about 2 years a part, so their folder structures are quite different.
Sometime, you just have to move the file and rename the file to something more relevant. For example, admin/index.php becomes admin/blog.php.
I need someone to spend time to write the functionality. I would say that about 80% is the same, but 20% would need to be rewritten.
In pintastic, getting the cached userId would be one way, but on Getsy script, it would be another way.
I also have difficulty to install this module onto the source script due to unknown reason, so the winner of the project will have to look at the code and move them to the appropriate location.
Both scripts use the core that are based on a heavily-modified Zend framework(I was told). The 2 versions are actually awfully closed as I was able to merge them together.
A developer I worked with was able to set up local environment using netbean and XAMPP. I was told that using Zend Server deployment didn't work.
Due to security issue, I will not upload any source code here, but I will provide the code structure to the candidates I am interested, so you can look at the code and understand the scope of the project.
I would say the majority of the code doesn't need changes, but I haven't dug into the code deep enough to know that if additional module from the source code need to be bring in. If that is the case, I am willing to either let go of the additional functionality or pay more to have it done.
For example, if the additional functionality is to connect to facebook to share a link. I am willing to let that part go.
the module has the following directories:
You are welcome to take a look at the code structure of the source script and target script, and let me know if you are interested.