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SMF 2.1 RC2 Released

Started by Sesquipedalian, March 30, 2019, 12:32:25 PM

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MobileCS

Is RC3 compatible with PHP 7.4?

d3vcho

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Massl

Quote from: Pyrhel on August 13, 2020, 12:23:51 PM
Looks like RC3 is almost here  8)


I don't think so, I don't understand what happened ...
https://simplemachines.org/about/smf/team.php#dev

Many developers have gone away or am I wrong?

Arantor

Not everyone who contributes is on the team. But yes, a number of people who worked on 2.1 are no longer team members (like me)
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Gryzor


Arantor

I'm assuming that's because if one looks at GitHub, one can discover the number of issues left for RC3 is very low. But it has been very low for some time now.
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Gryzor


Deaks

Quote from: Arantor on August 17, 2020, 05:03:34 AM
I'm assuming that's because if one looks at GitHub, one can discover the number of issues left for RC3 is very low. But it has been very low for some time now.

To give some hope I think this is the highest I have seen rc3, be good to get some of them fixed as some of the milestones have been sitting for a while

Arantor

It was down to 1 issue some weeks back and just sat there on 1 issue outstanding - and it looks like we're back to that when taking into account the things tagged 'has fix' (which have been tagged as such for maybe 2 months...)
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Irisado

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SpacePhoenix

Quote from: MobileCS on August 13, 2020, 03:51:23 PM
Is RC3 compatible with PHP 7.4?

Has it been tested on any beta versions of 8.0?

Arantor

Quote from: SpacePhoenix on August 24, 2020, 12:14:46 PM
Quote from: MobileCS on August 13, 2020, 03:51:23 PM
Is RC3 compatible with PHP 7.4?

Has it been tested on any beta versions of 8.0?

Before worrying about 8.0, worry about actual testing on 7.4.
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marcosbr


That's why I like your answers!
My real website has been at PHP7.4.8 for months and no errors!

KittyGalore

Quote from: Irisado on August 24, 2020, 11:55:41 AM
Off topic discussion moved: https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=574493.0

Please stay on topic here.  Thank you.

Thank you finally someone managed to sort out the discussions that wasn't really suited to this topic. :)
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Arantor

This topic being a year-old announcement?
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Gwenwyfar

Shh, don't say that out loud.
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SugarD-x

Quote from: Arantor on August 18, 2020, 07:46:47 PM
It was down to 1 issue some weeks back and just sat there on 1 issue outstanding - and it looks like we're back to that when taking into account the things tagged 'has fix' (which have been tagged as such for maybe 2 months...)
I've been watching this for quite a while now and I know exactly what you mean. Those last three just sitting there is driving me insane. I want RC3 so bad!

As far as PHP 7.4.x goes, I've had zero issues other than the known RC2 log bugs, and I've been keeping up with the latest release versions of PHP and MySQL lately. I would love to test RC3 for any PHP issues, but...ya know. :P

Irisado

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SpacePhoenix

For RC3 are we literally just waiting for the pull request to be implemented?

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