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    Hi,

    I am thinking about purchasing a vBulletin license, however I would love it if I could get my hands on a list of classes that vBulletin declares.

    I have a cakePhp website that I would like to bridge with vBulletin (share usernames, etc.) - I tried another forum software (not sure if I can name it here), but that contained a User class which had a ton of conflicts with the User class that already exists within my site. I obviously don't want to go in and change the name of the class in either my existing site or within the forum software, so it would be very handy if someone could provide me this!

    Thanks!

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    The vast majority of the classes in vBulletin are prefixed with vB, so you shouldn't have any conflicts there. The only ones that aren't seem to be two XML classes and some encryption classes.

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