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OSCommerce gets a Nuke-Module: a new SourceForge-Projects starts now!
ModulesAnonymous writes "Hello Nukecops and all guests from the whole globe - who visit this great site,!

Just want to share with you the latest and hottest news about the next Top Merger: making OSCommerce (DEMO) a Module for NUKE and postnuke as well! You shure remember the previous story about article: Want OSCommerce as a Module: Tell Devs at OSCommerce: THEN Vote Today!
Well to sume up: more than 100 Replies and 2500 views in Forums of were the results so far in this Module-thread here at the forums. That was more than expected; Now we can admit that the module is on its way!

Marc mentioned at the OScommerceForums here : "I'm glad to announce something productive might have came out of all this debating afterall. My project on got accepted. First starting off as a small two men team we'll start developing a phpnuke/postnuke module based upon Oscommerce. Hopefully more readers of this forum have some ideas on this matter they like to share or even get involved in active development.
As I like to stick to the rules of this forum I'll refrain myself from posting the url to the project in this message as I am not sure if I am allowed.
But you can contact me at any time for information or to share your comments and ideas at "

To give you the full story Klavs mentioned some days ago:"You want an OSCommerce module? Then make your your voice heard here at the Forums. ... read on below;

I've suggested the oscommerce-Guys do what they do best the SHOP - and stop trying to do everything which they haven't - see the link above for examples) - and then support f.ex. pnAPI and Stand-Alone (like does). This would make OSCommerce (DEMO) work with all CMS's that support pnAPI, incl. Envolution, Xaraya, PostNuke (ofcourse) and PHP-Nuke (and perhaps even Xoops?) AFAIK. When Gallery can, OSCommerce can too. "
"I'm definetely counting on many CMS users (incl. Nuke users) wanting the shop so great as OSCommerce as a module and I hope you'll let them know this, so they could perhaps see that this could speed up their development, if they wanted to focus on the Shop - and let the CMS users help getting it to work with the CMS's at large."

More Links and infos to the new innovation and the next top-merger: OSCommerce the next Nuke-Module:

- see a Demo Shop of OSCommerce;
- see a List of Live-Shops
- get more insights into the Features of the Shop
- check the Payment-Gateways
- see the
- read more in klavs new article: Want OSCommerce as a Module: Tell Devs at OSCommerce: THEN Vote Today!- on

Posted on Monday, July 07 @ 22:20:49 CEST by Zhen-Xjell
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Re: OSCommerce gets a Nuke-Module: a new SourceForge-Projects starts now! (Score: 1)
by migueis on Tuesday, July 08 @ 08:37:06 CEST
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good afternoon,

i found an module for phpnuke that is based on OSCommerce.
It was OSCNuke and can be found here but is not free: []

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