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Simple Machines Forum 1.1.4 and 1.0.12 released

Started by Compuart, September 23, 2007, 05:02:50 PM

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Simple Machines is proud to announce the release of SMF 1.1.4.

This release mainly addresses some security issues and fixes a few small bugs.

We urge all users to upgrade to SMF 1.1.4 as soon as possible to take advantage of these fixes. A summary of the fixes is as follows:

* Inline modification of a board which had moderators was not working correctly.
* Stop CDATA blocks breaking preview/quick modify.
* Allow users to log out in maintenance mode.
* Check GET and POST instead of REQUEST for numeric keys.
* Fixed editing grace period inconsistancies within the post script.
* Some input values didn't get escaped properly - reported by Michael Brooks.
* Some attachment filenames didn't get escaped properly.
* Function for fixing list and table tags wasn't working as expected.

For users currently running SMF 1.1.3, upgrading could not be easier. Simply log into your forum and visit your admin center - a notice should inform you an update is available. Follow the instructions to patch your release - this should not generally affect any modifications, language packs or themes you have installed. Alternatively download the attached patch file, upload to your "Packages" directory and visit the package manager to install this fix.

If you cannot upgrade using the package manager, please follow the instructions posted in the Online Manual about installing and upgrading.

For users currently running SMF 1.0.11, a separate version has been released: 1.0.12. Just like the 1.1.x branch users, you can simply upgrade through the admin center or download and apply the attached patch.

The same goes for charter members currently running SMF 2.0 beta 1. They can upgrade to SMF 2.0 beta 1.1 through the admin center or by downloading and applying the attached patch.

Finally - please do not use this topic for any support requests. You will get a much more prompt response by visiting the relevant support board!


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Thanks for posting this.  I wish it was connected to my Admin panel, so I could had been alerted yesterday.  I got my site unsuspended and I'm going to update my forum.


Indeed I can't believe this has gone unnoticed for over a day.


It was actually released just 15 minutes ago. The message was written a bit earlier :)
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It didn't.

It was just released like, now.

Compuart's post came from inside the team boards and was split out.

edit: compy beat me
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Which is usually how things work. They're posted in team boards, tweaked and such and then moved publicly. ;)

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Quote from: karlbenson on September 24, 2007, 09:27:37 PM
Indeed I can't believe this has gone unnoticed for over a day.

It was wrote the other day, It just now got released :P The devs where to lazy to copy and paste, so they split and moved it :)

I know others said things, but my reply is the best
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I'll start to spread the word.

Edit:  BTW, SMF 2.0 beta 1.1 files say "files not found" when trying to download from the downloads area.

(even though 1.1.4's work)

I just thought i'd raise it. But you guys are probably adding the files their as we speak.


Okay, so the release was made 15 mins ago...

My site closed down over an hour ago...

Lunarpages really did screwed up.  LoL


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Yup.  I've updated mine smoothly.  Thanks.

I'm curious.  Was I first out of thousands to update?  LoL


Quote from: eldʌkaː on September 24, 2007, 09:36:50 PM
Someone needs to update this forum...

What you don't know, will get you ;D

Thanks for the info, We are looking into it. Seems the files didn't get generated (I blame Grudge) :P
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what a surprise :P ..... I never know it was out..
Thanks SMF


Quote from: Simplemachines Cowboy on September 24, 2007, 10:05:41 PM
Installed without a problem, but afterwards I now have three iterations of SMF 1.0.12 / 1.1.4 / 2.0 b1.1 Update in my Modification Packages listing.
Everything seems to be running fine, can I just go ahead and use the delete function on two of the duplicates?

the packages/installed.list file must of been written too 3 times. You can manually edit this file and remove two of those lines if you wish. Deleting the package would only remove one of the lines.
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Thank you! I've update my forum without problems... I'm going to check the Theme now... :D


I would like to file an official complaint. >:( That was way too easy. ;D

What's the world coming to? No tar files to extract; no permissions to change; no sql scripts to run! I just might get spoilt. :P