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#11 2020-10-18 08:41:02

ibadullah
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From: Kabul, Afghanistan
Registered: 2017-09-16
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Re: Converting plugins to mysqli

Thank you very much Bloke Developer for the assistance, i hope you will finish it as soon as passable.
it will be a great help for the textpattern community.
i will wait for the plugin impatiently. thanks again

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#12 2020-10-18 09:29:17

Bloke
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Re: Converting plugins to mysqli

I’m happy it’s working as well as can be expected given the ancient code. I just have to test the PHPMailer module I added to it yesterday. I haven’t looked at the ‘direct send’ feature yet though. Not sure if anyone uses that.

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#13 2020-10-28 10:26:31

ibadullah
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From: Kabul, Afghanistan
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Re: Converting plugins to mysqli

Thank you very much Bloke Developer,
i will wait for the newly created textpattern newsletter plugin impatiently, how much time it will take?

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#14 2020-10-28 16:12:26

colak
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Re: Converting plugins to mysqli

Bloke wrote #326464:

I haven’t looked at the ‘direct send’ feature yet though. Not sure if anyone uses that.

I never understood that one, so I did not:)


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