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Too many overrides make slower performance?


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I advice you create a module and put your overrides into the module. They will be installed when you install that module. Creating overrides manually might prevent thirtybees from installing modules that overrides the same file.

Note that you won't be able to install any module that overrides the same function, that's just the fundamental limitations of this technology

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I have used this module with lots of success in cases of multiple overrides on the same function:


It is actually pretty clever. It creates an override file where it contains a chain of override needed for a same function, as if it was only one override (not sure it all makes sense but that is the jist as I understand it). It does not always work the first time, sometimes you need to install modules in a certain order, but overall, it solved most of my overrides problems.

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