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Started by Oldiesmann, January 20, 2014, 09:47:39 PM

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NekoJonez

I might do a shot in the dark here... But I honestly think that you guys are understanding the question wrong. I think he means to ask what the fix_calendar.php file does, which changes it brings and such...

Right?
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Kindred

And it's been answered in the other topic. Which emphasizes the point that this is not the topic for support.
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Why don't you pick that as feedback on the fact the instructions on the site would require an improvement? That way it would not be a support question, it would fit this topic as well and you would make the person that asked the question happy (I'm pretty sure you know that nowadays "customer satisfaction" is one of the most important aspects when "selling" any thing).

Of course that's just my interpretation. ;)


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Quote from: emanuele on March 16, 2014, 04:44:39 AM
Why don't you pick that as feedback on the fact the instructions on the site would require an improvement? That way it would not be a support question, it would fit this topic as well and you would make the person that asked the question happy (I'm pretty sure you know that nowadays "customer satisfaction" is one of the most important aspects when "selling" any thing).

Of course that's just my interpretation. ;)

That gave me a good idea thanks ! :)

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Quote from: Kindred on March 15, 2014, 07:53:16 PM
And it's been answered in the other topic. Which emphasizes the point that this is not the topic for support.

:P Well, I see things differently there. To me support is solving problems. If you wonder what a file does, as in which changes it brings to SMF.. (as in, what parts of the changelog is due to that file) isn't support and could be posted here.

Welp, not going to have a page long discussion about this. It's clear that this is just different ways of thinking.
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infyquest

Trying to prepare for upgrade from 1.1.19 to 2.0.7
started testing with php 5.5 (Archlinux)
cannot use upgrade.php, not completely ported for use of the mysqli extension.

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there is a mod for 2.0 for mysqli but at this time it will not be part of 2.0. 2.1 already supports mysqli by default. you could try manually applying the mod to your install and see if that helps.

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NekoJonez

I have to say, updating from 1.1.19 to 2.0.7 is going to be a huge difference.
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infyquest

Yes.....
The upgrade.php is still not working.
So Plan B.
Migrate the database manually checking/converting upgrade_2_0_mysql.sql to normal sql's.
And copy the necessary source files and do the migration of mods separately

NekoJonez

But I don't think you can use upgrade.php to update from 1.x to 2.0.7
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Yes you can, but with the large upgrade package only. :)
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I see. I thought SMF 1.0 and SMF 2.0 had too many differences.
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Gary

They do. But the point of upgrade.php is to be able to move from one version to the next, it'd be daft if you couldn't.

You're thinking of why we don't have Package Manager patches between 1.1 and 2.0.
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Hehehe, most likely. As a gamer, I see patches for updating version A to version B. I don't see patches for updating from version A to version Z.

If you catch my logic. 
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Kindred

there are no patches form a -> Z...      you have to do A -> B -> C ... -> Y -> Z
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JamesHoward212

Is SMF 2.0.7 already stable release? im planning to upgrade mine

TheKnown

yes 2.1 is in alpha 2.0.x is stable

Adibkarim

Thanks for sharing......
Yes,i am a user of  version 2.0.6.I think,it is great.But now,i update my forum to version 2.0.7 using the package manager.I hope,it is helpful for my work.
Best of luck.... :D

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