I'm not sure why you would even need to look at SMF's code to realize that there's no SQL someone could run with an implemented custom subject line that they could not do already, but even assuming you wanted to make sure, you might find yourself taken more seriously if you actually bothered to look at the code before making silly claims about why something is or isn't done.
Was just a general consideration to explain that there is not such a feature and there was nothing similar even in the past.
i am certain i saw it someplace around there over the years. or I'm just getting a bit dotty.
And just to reply to you:
I'm not sure why you would even need to look at SMF's code
Because the only code I could look it's SMF code and E client side code.
to realize that there's no SQL someone could run with an implemented custom subject line that they could not do already
I've already explained that my concern was about the URL parameter and not about the input himself.
If there's another page in the whole site accepting arbitrary parameters or a default parameter with the same name you could have an issue.
Even if it's just a server error it's something bad.
you might find yourself taken more seriously if you actually bothered to look at the code
So, I'm so silly to look at SMF code but I'm approximate for not looking at the code?
What code? I can just check the client side code or something on SWF website.
I cannot enter in E server and look for a file... You know that and I can't understand why you wrote something like that.
I've checked the code and the input value of the subject is set in the HTML code, looking at the previous links show that "No subject" it's a variable that could be set in the theme.
making silly claims about why something is or isn't done
Sorry, I've not seen that this was the "Official development Announcements" thread, I though that this was were people could ask and answer something about technical issues.
I gave a reasonable explanation to someone about something that he though could be done but that at the moment couldn't be done.
If you don't like that people try to explain to another person something in this thread you could simply add a rules to made clear that only staff is allowed to reply here.
I really don't get why you've reacted this way instead of writing a pm or anything else.
I spent my free time more then once to try to help anyone with some technical problem, if you don't like what I write here you've just to say that.