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SMF 1.0.3 released

Started by Owdy, March 25, 2005, 03:21:27 AM

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simstim

I've upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.0.3 using the manual package. Everything works fine, except that the main forum page has for some reason become accessible to registered members only. Unregisered visitors see the "Only registered members are allowed to access this section" message. How can I change this setting?

[Unknown]

Quote from: megacelt on March 29, 2005, 10:37:29 PM
1.  I have a backup of my current board under public_html/smfbackup/smf while my live version is under public_html/smf.  I am thinking that logging into the backup, applying the backup to it as a test and fix would be the way to go.  But when I try to do this, I wind up being logged into the live directory version instead.  Suggestions?

I would personally use a file comparsion tool, such as ConTEXT (www.context.cx) to compare the files with the originals.  This would allow you to see what changes you made, and make them in your own theme only.

In any case, it's likely you should be able to apply the package manager update to the live site without losing any of your custom changes.  It only makes changes, it doesn't replace files.

Quote2.  What is the best approach to cleaning my errors in altering default theme files mixed up with alterations to the non-standard files?

File comparison is, in my opinion, the only good way.

QuoteLast, just to make sure I have rehabilitated my thinking, I should, when needing to modify a file that is not currently in my working theme, copy a version from the default theme, modify it, and put it in my working theme. Correct?

Exactly.

Quote from: simstim on March 30, 2005, 01:14:32 AM
I've upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.0.3 using the manual package. Everything works fine, except that the main forum page has for some reason become accessible to registered members only. Unregisered visitors see the "Only registered members are allowed to access this section" message. How can I change this setting?

There's a setting in Edit Features and Options to allow guests to do more than just login or register.  I don't remember it's name off hand, but just search for "guests" on that page.

-[Unknown]

forumite

At the bottom of my SMF home page it says it's 1.0.2, although some files such as SplitTopics.php say SMF 1.0.  This and the following make me question which version I have before updating to 1.0.3:

When attempting to split a very recent topic, I get the following error message. This has happened only on one topic.

QuoteDuplicate entry '0-4' for key 2
File: /home/wiztom/public_html/SMF_forum/Sources/SplitTopics.php
Line: 358

Note: It appears that your database may require an upgrade. Your forum files are currently at version SMF 1.0.2, whereas your database is at version SMF 1.0. It is recommended that you execute the latest version of upgrade.php.

Which path do I need to take to 1.0.3?

TIA

simstim

Quote from: [UnknownThere's a setting in Edit Features and Options to allow guests to do more than just login or register.  I don't remember it's name off hand, but just search for "guests" on that page.

-[Unknown]

Found it. Thanks! Easy when you know how :)

Amacythe

     Re: Confessions of a newbie

Please, let's not change the Title of the Topic

!Hachi!

i tried but i can`t install.i am using now 1.0.2.i suppose to upload  upgrade.php!i tried through package manager.
           waiting your reply.
Happy Ramadan

Meriadoc

Quote from: Jazhawk on March 30, 2005, 12:38:14 AM
Quote from: [Unknown] on March 29, 2005, 06:56:59 PM
I'm afraid the failure means that it's not automatically updatable.  This likely means you have modified it - which is a bad idea for the default theme.

-[Unknown]

I get the same display.php update failure but I didn't modify the default template.  At least not deliberately.

-Jazhawk
a mod you installed could have modified the default theme, check there.
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Eva

Even though I've changed the default theme, and even some source files I upgraded to 1.0.3 successfully and without the slightest problem! Everything works just fine including my mods!

Thanx a lot!  :D

megacelt

March 30, 2005, 04:17:35 AM #68 Last Edit: March 30, 2005, 04:46:18 AM by megacelt
Well, I did a fresh backup, and a go at the upgrade.  The initial file list showed a failure for Display.template.php.  Assuming this was because I had modified the file, I I uploaded an unmodified version, and it indicated that all was ok.  So I went ahead with process, and all was successful acording to the message. However, I decided to look further and found this Edited except for where there are discrepancies:

SMF File              Your Version         Current Version
SMF Package           SMF 1.0.3         SMF 1.0.3

ManageMembers.php       1.0.3                    1.0.2
Current Templates        1.0                 1.0.3
Display.template.php       1.0                        1.0.3

Arcade.php               Arcade 1.1                 ??
Arcade2.php              Arcade 1.1                ??
ArcadeAdmin.php          Arcade 1.1             ??
Chat.php                        ??                    ??
Arcade.template.php       1.1                        ??   
ArcadeAdmin.template.php ??                    ??
Chat.template.php        ??                          ??
Arcade.english.php        1.1                  ??
MsgIcon.php   1.0 Beta 6                         ??

I assume I don't need to worry about the mod addition files, but do I need to remedy the first three?

Chab

Hello all,

I successfully upgraded from 1.0.2 to 1.0.3 using the Package Manager
All work very good, big thanks to the SMF team makin this so cool and no stressing  8)
Le sujet à lire pour customiser votre smf (uniquement en anglais)

shishira

had 1.0.2 running and my database was stuck in version 1.0 used the upgrade package and evereything is honky dory thanks a lot

umnn when is 1.1 expected ?
It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take into account Hofstadter's Law.

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Owdy

Quote from: shishira on March 30, 2005, 09:04:15 AM


umnn when is 1.1 expected ?

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!Hachi!

i am unable to upgrade anyone plz help me. i am now on 1.0.2............
Happy Ramadan

Trekkie101


!Hachi!

file is corroupt....!!!! :'( :'( :'( :'( :'(
                    should i try to upload only upgrade.php through package manager?
Happy Ramadan

Trekkie101

are you uploading the updater from this site?

If yes, you should be clicking the link in your admin center, not uploading anything.

!Hachi!

can u tell me simply that how i can upgrade from 1.0.2 to 1.0.3. and my al settings themes/mods r remain there.plz make it simple as u can.which file should i upload?
Happy Ramadan

Trekkie101

No you dont need to uplaod anything,

Admin -> Package Manager -> (Some link) Update to 1.0.3

Its kinda like that and that will upgrade you.

!Hachi!

thanks really thanks for your kindness and for your support. ;) ;) ;) ;)
        take care.
     i got it. thanks.
Happy Ramadan

Wingnut31

I had a problem doing the upgrade, everything went fine in the first step, I got 17 "success" and no failures reported then I entered my password for my FTP and hit proceed and got a bunch of warnings all in the  /Sources/Subs-Package.php.
Is there any way I can go and fix these?
Thanks for the help.

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