Overriding header_required.php possible?
I don't mind leaving it in the concrete/elements folder but it would help for updating if it wasn't in there.
So it looks like it is looking for the header_required in core as in inside the concrete folder heirarchy, if it isn't there then it loads the outside the concrete directory version, the one that is all dressed up with no date.
This isn't how I would think it should function which makes me think that I almost have to be wrong!
You could swap the DIR_FILES_ELEMENTS and the DIR_FILES_ELEMENTS_CORE in the if statement and get the desired result for now, but then again you'd have to do that everytime :)
I haven't messed with overriding php files with ones outside the concrete directory so this is all theoretical.
If I am entirely wrong which is entirely possible please let me know. I know Remo will!
edit: same syntax in new release.
p.s. Hi Remo
I think I'll just edit the header_required.php under the concrete's elements folder and put a backup in the root's.
Thanks for the response Scott!
In the meantime I would advise just to edit the concrete/elements/header_required.php one and keep a backup, like you're doing. But I'll investigate this one, since it looks to be a bug.