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SMF 1.1.11 released

Started by SleePy, December 01, 2009, 05:59:19 PM

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Arantor

Thanks Compuart :)

Does the 1.1.11 full install have the same issues or not?
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Clone,Killer

I've never done an udate before will this effect my forum?

And could you give me step by step instructions for updating. Thanks

Arantor

Clone,Killer: You are best creating a new thread, this is not a support thread.
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aw06

Quote from: Arantor on December 01, 2009, 08:26:27 PM
Thanks Compuart :)

Does the 1.1.11 full install have the same issues or not?

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Arantor

Apparently the full install I grabbed moments after announcement is broken :-/

Will grab a fresh one momentarily.
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Methen

So what all was fixed in this update ?
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SleePy

Quote from: Arantor on December 01, 2009, 08:26:27 PM
Thanks Compuart :)

Does the 1.1.11 full install have the same issues or not?

Yes it was, but the packages where regenerated with the fix.
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Trekkie101

Quote from: Arantor on December 01, 2009, 08:42:31 PM
Apparently the full install I grabbed moments after announcement is broken :-/

Will grab a fresh one momentarily.

Yeah Rev 9457 has it fixed in the 1.1 trunk builds, probably just awaiting regeneration of the packages.

Edit: Sleepy beat me.

tcosmas

#28
Fails at ./Themes/default/Packages.template.php
Now what??  :'(

Thanks.


UPDATE: Found that the Packages.template.php file on my web site had
"// Version: 1.1.7; Packages" instead of "// Version: 1.1.8; Packages".
Corrected file text, uploaded that, and then the update worked!! Thanks!!!  ;D

Trekkie101

tcosmas, please open a support topic in the 1.1 support boards and we will be able to help you :)

Arantor

No good deed goes unpunished / All helpful urges should be circumvented

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heritage

A notice appeared on my forum to upgrade to 1.1.11.  It said just click here and all will be fine.  I get repeated errors that the package is corrupted.  (I use the default theme).  I see that some people upgraded just fine but others, including me, did not.  I appreciate the developers giving the public SMF and maintaining it.  However, it doesn't really help to claim how simple things are when they don't work.  I will live with some problems before I will get all frustrated like this.  Maybe being a bit forthright would be a good idea rather than "click here and all is OK.

hadesflames

odds are that you have a lot of mods installed, causing the upgrade via the package manager to fail. You should open a support topic about this and I'm sure someone will be glad to help you out.

Geek

Hi,

Any chance of being supplied just the difference files from 1.1.10?

Webhost does not allow the forum to execute anything from package manager (been over this with them a few times, the answer is no!) and it's a PITA to upload everything for one or two files.

Which files are changed so I can just upload those?

Thanks! ;D
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Trekkie101

Quote from: Methen on December 01, 2009, 08:44:28 PM
So what all was fixed in this update ?

Code (Changelog.txt) Select
SMF 1.1.11                                                       December 1 2009
================================================================================
November 2009
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
! Ensure that our websiteUrl field only has valid http links - reported by WHK. (Profile.php)
! Package server deletion was missing a session check - reported by WHK. (PackageGet.php, Packages Template)
! Clean our package server name of any html - reported by WHK. (PackageGet.php)
! Do better validation on which packages we are deleting - reported by WHK. (Packages.php, Packages Template)
! Only remove our vote for valid sessions - reported by sirdarckcat. (Poll.php)
! Package option settings didn't check the session - reported by cicatriz.r00t. (Packages.php)
! Poll removal was missing a session check. (Poll.php)
! Merging topics needed a session check - reported by ysk.sft. (SplitTopics.php, SplitTopics Template)
! Try to clean our attachment names better. (Post.php)
! Do a better job at cleaning our admin login page - reported by gabry9191. (Subs-Auth.php)
! The board index category collapse was missing a session check - reported by WHK. (BoardIndex.php, Subs-Boards.php)
! The parsing of basic HTML images wasn't properly escaped - reported by sirdarckcat. (Subs.php)
! Smiley sets weren't properly escaped - reported by cicatriz.r00t. (ManageSmileys.php, Profile.php, Subs.php)
! The inline URL detection could in some cases cause bad parsing results - reported by yacg. (Subs.php)
! Double check the sanity of URL's in parse_bbc. (Subs.php)


October 2009
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
! Store less information in the query string when searching the moderation log, and verify it every time. (Modlog.php)
! Simplify searching for members of a group with a link. (ManageMembers.php, ManagePermissions.php)
! When navigating between pages in member administration, send the data being searched for in request prior to parsing, and parse it every time. (ManageMembers.php)
! Ensure the attachment permissions are verified for the correct board. (Display.php)

September 2009
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
! Holidays need to be checked (ManageCalendar.php)
! IE8 isn't detected, to avoid bouncy textareas, just render as IE7 with the metatag (Load.php)

August 2009
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
! ManageAttachments could have an undefined index error when browsing. (ManageAttachments.php) [Bug 3623]
! Thumbnails not removed on removing attachment (ManageAttachments.php) [Bug 3653]


Quote from: Geek on December 01, 2009, 09:05:27 PM
Hi,

Any chance of being supplied just the difference files from 1.1.10?

Webhost does not allow the forum to execute anything from package manager (been over this with them a few times, the answer is no!) and it's a PITA to upload everything for one or two files.

Which files are changed so I can just upload those?

Thanks! ;D

http://custom.simplemachines.org/upgrades/index.php?action=upgrade;file=smf_patch_1.0.19_1.1.11.zip;smf_version=1.1.10

Should have them all :)

Trekkie101

Quote from: heritage on December 01, 2009, 08:59:22 PM
A notice appeared on my forum to upgrade to 1.1.11.  It said just click here and all will be fine.  I get repeated errors that the package is corrupted.  (I use the default theme).  I see that some people upgraded just fine but others, including me, did not.  I appreciate the developers giving the public SMF and maintaining it.  However, it doesn't really help to claim how simple things are when they don't work.  I will live with some problems before I will get all frustrated like this.  Maybe being a bit forthright would be a good idea rather than "click here and all is OK.

Please open a support topic, some servers don't support the package manager, however the update package should work fine?

Arantor

Trekkie101, heritage: Seems there was a slight glitch with how this package was built. Has been rectified now if you attempt to grab it again via your admin panel.
No good deed goes unpunished / All helpful urges should be circumvented

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Geek

-= Gregg =-

LHW

Just as an FYI, if you have nCode Image Resizer v1.2 installed, you'll need to uninstall it before applying this update.  It modifies at least 1 line in the /Sources/Subs.php file which will cause this update to fail.


Arantor

Yes, that mod modifies how image tags are handled - any mod that does the same will require removal then you'll need to wait for its author to update.

Thanks for the heads-up!
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