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(Later than I’d hoped, which I regret.)
Available as ever in deanload
Remember that if you’re upgrading from previous versions, you’ll need to run /textpattern/_update.php in a browser, or all hell will break loose.
<txp:article_id />tag to output the current article id
<txp:meta_author />tags for outputting metadata in the page
wraptag="ul"option for recent_comments
Also, it’s GPL.
I realise the new unwritten rule in software development is to Promise Nothing and only announce what’s available when it is actually, you know, available, but I do want to point out some useful information about Txp’s future development:
<span style=“color:#c00;”>An URL-only title, if created, is now added to an articles permanent link </span>
Good stuff. Installing now.
Hoo-ya! (w/ apologies to the “other” Dean).
I can’t wait to get home tonight.
Everybody wangchung tonight.
I’ve been itching for the meta & custom fields.
Thank you Dean.
So, the new version makes structural changes to the database?
Could someone please provide easy-to-follow backup instructions?
I use this thing
Mmm. Very easy upgrade. In fact, I hit _update.php a couple of times just to make sure. perhaps _update.php could say “Congrat. You are now running Textpattern version …”.
And the extra fields thing is great. even the basic interface is a great addition.
( is it just me or does the 1.19 smallerbox style look a bit clunky on MSIE? … not just saying this to annoy dean, I promise. )
Last edited by robertbrook (2004-06-07 15:49:17)
Pinging textpattern.com when an article is published is now an admin_config option
say what? what is it pinging on textpattern.com? huh? does textpattern phone home? How do I disable this? It isnt in the web config screen.
Last edited by ryan (2004-06-07 15:58:03)
when you’re following an angel, does it mean you have to throw your body off a building? – tmbg
I’ve just upgraded, and get the following error on my main page:
Warning: Missing argument 4 for dopermlink() in /home/virtual/site6/fst/var/www/html/edge/textpattern/publish.php on line 512
I got it 10 times in fact, once for each permalink I have on the front page at the moment. :D
Evilosity, are you using a plugin for article output?
If so, can you find line 512 of publish.php and change
function doPermlink($text, $plink, $Title, $url_title)
function doPermlink($text, $plink, $Title, $url_title='')