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    What is everyone doing for porting their apps to ext4, that rely on user extensions, or plugins?
    I like the idea of organizing my code to mvc, since3 several of my applications suffer from code sprawl.
    I hesitate to do so, because I heavily rely on things like saki's search grid, pupload, and several other ux's.

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    Time to go out on your own and port them over if you need them. A good author welcomes it.
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