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ok after I have been trying to understand odoo 8 i am finally giving up. I tried to install a simple module, basically this module does nothin i just wanted to check if the process of installing a module is the same as it used to be in openerp v7. I added my module to the addon path, restarted odoo and, as it used to be, I updated the module list and was hoping to find my module. However, I tried it several times makeing sure the folder permission are correc etc. nothing helped...the module was just not available, I could not find it. Checking if it might be my code I took a few modules from v7 and added them to the addon path. None of the module are showing after updating the list. The logfile shows no error or anyhting suspicious. What changed to opener v7? do i have to add anything special in the descriptor files to make odoo 8 to find these modules? Are there such tremendous changes that modules from openerp v7 are so hard to adapt? A great part of the charme of openERP was the incredible amount of available modules. I would have assumed that compatibility to v7 module would have been a key objective for odoo 8.0 or is this part of the new concept to close odoo step-by-step to sell plans to customers?
Thanks for any information!
Thanks for your answer. However I already have an instance of odoo perfectly running on my server. the problem is that except the 270 pre-installed modules I cannot get any other modules to be recognized by odoo even though I added the directory to the path. I tried it with a very simple module which just adds a field to the Res.partner object. If odoo is not going to a stable foundation interface which is update invariant I foresee massive negative impact on the ecosystem which I would regret.
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