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SMF 2.0 Release Candidate 2 is out for Charter Members!

Started by Aaron, October 03, 2009, 05:39:28 PM

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Fustrate

No, if it's his/her forum, he/she can make you an administrator, and that would be fine... but seeing as it's on your site right now, it's a breach of the agreement.
Steven Hoffman
Former Team Member, 2009-2012

SoLoGHoST

No, it's actually on HIS/HER site, using sub-domains, and a .htaccess file which changes the name of the sub-domain to a shorter name with dots in it instead of folderpaths, if you know what I mean.

SAFAD

Quote from: Arantor on October 03, 2009, 06:02:58 PM
* Arantor hauls everyone off Aaron so he can get the announcement out without distractions :D
SAFAD Push Awa Arnator So He Can Get Space To Ask : When Its Available For Simple Members Like me ??[/]
Best Regards
Sadaoui "SAFAD" Abderrahim - Lead Developer @ Electron Inc.

Arantor

SAFAD: It's available publicly when the devs deem it ready. Charter Members get it ahead of everyone else as a reward for their donations to help support Simple Machines.

SoLoGHoST: Strictly speaking, the ability for CMs to download and use RC2 should really be for their own forum, not really to allow use on test forums other than ones they are using themselves ahead of the public release.

I would note that there may well be changes between the preview RC2 and the public RC2 so you are advised to NOT test your mods on it just yet anyway, nor can you mark your mods as RC2 compatible on the mod site at this time.

You can see our position; this is a preview given to our Charter supporters and to see a non Charter Member seemingly having access is normally against the Charter Members rules, especially as we may well see "but he had it..." messages.
No good deed goes unpunished
All helpful urges should be circumvented

SoLoGHoST

Ok, no probs, will ask that he/she remove it immediately.

SAFAD

Quote from: Arantor on October 05, 2009, 12:24:45 PM
SAFAD: It's available publicly when the devs deem it ready. Charter Members get it ahead of everyone else as a reward for their donations to help support Simple Machines.

SoLoGHoST: Strictly speaking, the ability for CMs to download and use RC2 should really be for their own forum, not really to allow use on test forums other than ones they are using themselves ahead of the public release.

I would note that there may well be changes between the preview RC2 and the public RC2 so you are advised to NOT test your mods on it just yet anyway, nor can you mark your mods as RC2 compatible on the mod site at this time.

You can see our position; this is a preview given to our Charter supporters and to see a non Charter Member seemingly having access is normally against the Charter Members rules, especially as we may well see "but he had it..." messages.
charter member wont cost alot
but i think developing mod and helping guys will support SMF for me (as i think or am i wrong ?)
so guys like me have to wait ,,, ok !!
hey one last question
will SMF 2RC 1,2 Themes Will Work in SMF RC2 ???
If Yes Me And SMF ARABIC TEAM Will Start Translating Themes to arabic so we will invite many arabs to SMF
Best Regards
Sadaoui "SAFAD" Abderrahim - Lead Developer @ Electron Inc.

searchgr

    Quote from: Aäron on October 03, 2009, 05:39:28 PM

    • Wireless links to switch back to normal mode.

    Can someone explain this? Where is the manual for this version?

    青山 素子

    Quote from: SAFAD on October 05, 2009, 12:45:57 PM
    will SMF 2RC 1,2 Themes Will Work in SMF RC2 ???
    If Yes Me And SMF ARABIC TEAM Will Start Translating Themes to arabic so we will invite many arabs to SMF

    It depends on the theme. Make sure to ask the theme author's permission before taking their work and redistributing it. However, themes themselves shouldn't need any kind of translation, they would use the SMF language files.


    Quote from: searchgr on October 05, 2009, 01:04:18 PM
    Quote from: Aäron on October 03, 2009, 05:39:28 PM
    Wireless links to switch back to normal mode.
    Can someone explain this? Where is the manual for this version?

    If you are browsing the forum on your phone and are on the mobile version, a link will also be included to display the "full" version. Not sure about your manual question, RC2 shouldn't behave any different from the previous RC.
    Motoko-chan
    Director, Simple Machines

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    TurtleKicker

    You know what would be amazingly useful? If someone who is running SMF2 could start maintaining an ongoing list of mods for SMF1 that are no longer necessary due to new built-in functionality of SMF2. Would greatly reduce the amount of research those of us with lots of mods need to do as we prepare for an SMF1 -> SMF2 upgrade.

    Thanks in advance. ;)

    searchgr


    Am'

    اذا أحس أحد انه لم يخطأ ابدا في حياته, فهذا يعني أنه لم يجرب أي جديد في حياته
    My Mods For SMF 2 RC3 : XQuote XCode - Vbulletin Style New Meta Tags

    Paracelsus

    I've just seen some of the demo sites and want to congratulate everybody that made Curve possible... nice work ;), besides the modern part, it looks much more "warmer" and "lighter" than the previous default one... now let's see if it will be easier to customize also.  ;D

    Aaron

    Quote from: Owdy on October 04, 2009, 04:50:06 PM
    New feature: "Load Balancing". What that actually do?

    Quote from: Nao/Gilles on October 05, 2009, 05:51:41 AM
    Lol, makes me think of something: wasn't SMF2 feature frozen already? ;)

    Well, the load balancing settings have been included as hidden settings since 1.1, so technically it doesn't classify as a new feature. We just added an interface to edit them. ;)

    Drumstick

    Awesome job! When SMF2 becomes final I am going to start a new forum :) .
    Sorry for my bad English

    Sudhakar Arjunan

    Good updates and bug fix to make 2.0 much more stabilized one.

    Thanks team and the one who have took there time for testing, reporting and supporting it.

    Nice to be a part of SMF.
    Working on New Mods & Themes for SMF... Will update soon... My Blog page
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    Oldiesmann

    Quote from: sremick on October 05, 2009, 01:16:00 PM
    You know what would be amazingly useful? If someone who is running SMF2 could start maintaining an ongoing list of mods for SMF1 that are no longer necessary due to new built-in functionality of SMF2. Would greatly reduce the amount of research those of us with lots of mods need to do as we prepare for an SMF1 -> SMF2 upgrade.

    Thanks in advance. ;)

    I can think of two (I'm sure there are more, but this is all I can think of at the moment):
    Redirection boards (though the mod does have some additional functionality)
    Visual warning (SMF 2.0 has built-in user warnings)
    Michael Eshom
    Cincy Space - now open!

    Norv

    Quote from: sremick on October 05, 2009, 01:16:00 PM
    You know what would be amazingly useful? If someone who is running SMF2 could start maintaining an ongoing list of mods for SMF1 that are no longer necessary due to new built-in functionality of SMF2. Would greatly reduce the amount of research those of us with lots of mods need to do as we prepare for an SMF1 -> SMF2 upgrade.

    Thanks in advance. ;)

    Also: custom profile fields. (they are built-in in 2.0)
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    青山 素子

    And image verification for guest actions (posting, search, etc)
    Motoko-chan
    Director, Simple Machines

    Note: Unless otherwise stated, my posts are not representative of any official position or opinion of Simple Machines.


    SoLoGHoST

    I have noticed that the new database functions for SMF 2.0.x such as $smcFunc['db_create_table'] and $smcFunc['db_add_column'] both require {db_prefix} be inserted just before the table name.

    For Example, this will work for SMF 2.0 RC2:

    $smcFunc['db_create_table']('{db_prefix}table_name', $columns_array, $column_indexes, array(), 'ignore');


    But this will NOT work for SMF 2.0 RC2 (Although, works fine in SMF 2.0 RC1.2):

    $smcFunc['db_create_table']('table_name', $columns_array, $column_indexes, array(), 'ignore');


    Well, I'm just wondering if this is a mistake or forgotten line of code when coding for this, or is this going to be the new standard that will need to have {db_prefix} for table names at all times.

    Thanks :)

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