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#37 2009-01-08 13:34:30

wet
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Thanks. Each message from the log relates to lines with @ error suppression in effect, as they are expected to run into missing array indexes.

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#38 2009-01-11 19:42:55

beztak
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Hi all, on a three websites I upgraded to 4.0.8rc1 I cannot delete page template:

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#39 2009-01-11 19:45:27

wet
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

This is by design: Page templates which are in use by any section, plus the error_default page template are immortal as Textpattern needs them to operate properly.

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#40 2009-01-11 19:46:25

ruud
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Jirka, is the default template used by any section? That would prevent deletion.

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#41 2009-01-11 19:59:42

beztak
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

I’m sorry, you’re right, works perfect. This is actually pretty good function. Sorry ;)

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#42 2009-01-15 14:27:25

jan
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Great that the category_list / section_list bug has been fixed so quickly!
I copied the altered category function to my taghandlers.php file, and now my category list works as expected.

Keep the good work up!

Last edited by jan (2009-01-15 14:28:35)


Kensington TXP powered rock

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#43 2009-01-16 20:52:52

wet
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Guys, we’ve just posted TXP 4.0.8 RC 2 which fixes each and every Textpattern bug known to mankind as far as these were mentioned in this thread or on one of the other channels and threatening a delightful final release of 4.0.8 during the course of the next few days.

Download and have your say once more, s.v.p.:

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#44 2009-01-17 13:27:44

jstubbs
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

A very small thing – in the readme.txt file there is a typo:

…everything in your /rcp/ directory…

Instead of /rpc/…

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#45 2009-01-17 13:31:05

wet
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Jonathan “Eagle Eye” Stubbs: Thanks!

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#46 2009-01-17 19:10:32

cocogum
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Hi there,

First, thank you for this great release!

Now, I’ve been using a fresh copy of RC1 then just updated to RC2, and now I get these warnings:

You are running in-development files on a live server:
/home/username/public_html/mysite.com/textpattern/include/txp_category.php,
/home/username/public_html/mysite.com/textpattern/include/txp_section.php

The following PHP functions (which may be necessary to run Textpattern) are disabled on your server: show_source, allow_url_fopen

Should I be worried about the in-development files and the lack of PHP functions on my server?

Thanks

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#47 2009-01-17 19:32:37

jstubbs
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

The first notice you can ignore, this will disappear when 4.08 is officially released. The PHP functions – I don’t know about the first one but allow_url_fopen is required by at least one plugin, vdh_flickr.

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#48 2009-01-17 22:34:56

cocogum
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Re: Help us test release candidate 2 (!) for the upcoming 4.0.8 release

Thanks Jonathan for this info.
I feel more reassured…
Cheers :-)

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