Commit d0e9dc8d authored by Antoine Beaupré's avatar Antoine Beaupré

tell the user at which time the changes will be effective instead of the

vague "5 minutes".

Sponsored by: Koumbit
Closes: #231
parent 0e29de73
......@@ -53,7 +53,14 @@ include("head.php");
<body>
<h3><?php printf(_("Editing domain %s"),$domain); ?></h3>
<p>
<?php printf(_("The domain %s has been changed. The modifications will take effect in 5 minutes."),$domain); ?><br />
<?php
printf(_("The domain %s has been changed."),$domain);
# take the current time
$t = time();
# that modulo (%) there computes the time of the next cron job
# XXX: we assume the cron job is at every 5 minutes
print strtr(_("The modifications will take effect at %time. Server time is %now."), array('%now' => %date('H:i:s', $t), '%time' => date('H:i:s', %($t-($t%300)+300))));
?><br />
<a href="login.php" target="_top"><?php __("Click here to continue"); ?></a>
</p>
</body>
......
......@@ -47,7 +47,12 @@ include("head.php");
echo "<p class=\"error\">$error</p></body></html>";
exit();
} else {
echo "<p class=\"error\">"._("The subdomain has been deleted. Changes will take place in 5 minutes.")."</p>";
# take the current time
$t = time();
# that modulo (%) there computes the time of the next cron job
# XXX: we assume the cron job is at every 5 minutes
$error=strtr(_("The modifications will take effect at %time. Server time is %now."), array('%now' => %date('H:i:s', $t), '%time' => date('H:i:s', %($t-($t%300)+300))));
echo "<p class=\"error\">".$error."</p>";
}
?>
<p><a href="dom_edit.php?domain=<?php echo urlencode($domain) ?>"><?php __("Click here to continue"); ?></a></p>
......
......@@ -50,7 +50,11 @@ $dom->unlock();
if (!$r) {
$error=$err->errstr();
} else {
$error=_("The modifications will take effect in 5 minutes.");
# take the current time
$t = time();
# that modulo (%) there computes the time of the next cron job
# XXX: we assume the cron job is at every 5 minutes
$error=strtr(_("The modifications will take effect at %time. Server time is %now."), array('%now' => %date('H:i:s', $t), '%time' => date('H:i:s', %($t-($t%300)+300))));
}
include("dom_edit.php");
exit;
......
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