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SMF 2.0.18 Released

Started by Suki, February 01, 2021, 04:50:07 PM

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Aleksi "Lex" Kilpinen

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Ronald_1938

Thanks to all the folks that worked on giving us SMF 2.0.18.

spiros

Great! This means php version (security) support for another in 1 year, 9 months before needing any compatibility update for php 8 or later :)

Portugal

Thank you guys! Soon i will to go update my forum.

jsx

Good work. Thanks. :)

The package version is 0.1.0 in the package manager. I guess it should be 1.0

SMF 2.0.18 Update 0.1.0

Important: If someone made a change to the script.js file from this tutorial, he should restore the original codes in this file before updating to 2.0.18

https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=571082.msg4042818#msg4042818

GigaWatt

Quote from: jsx on February 02, 2021, 11:59:38 AM
The package version is 0.1.0 in the package manager. I guess it should be 1.0

SMF 2.0.18 Update 0.1.0

Yeah, noticed this too, LOL :D.

Minor mistake, doesn't really affect anything ;).
"This is really a generic concept about human thinking - when faced with large tasks we're naturally inclined to try to break them down into a bunch of smaller tasks that together make up the whole."

"A 500 error loosely translates to the webserver saying, "WTF?"..."

MobileCS

Quote from: spiros on February 02, 2021, 09:26:46 AM
Great! This means php version (security) support for another in 1 year, 9 months before needing any compatibility update for php 8 or later :)

It's not officially supported, but 2.0.18 works without issues in PHP 8.01 - giving us 2 years, 9 months :)

iMiKK

Thank for good work, everyone :)

Horme Gaming

nice to see a new release fixing these issues

Sgt. intropee


efk

Congrats. About php version, I guess 2.0.18 works on 7.2 and 7.3 without problems since this was not mentioned?

shawnb61

Quote from: efk on February 04, 2021, 02:45:17 PM
Congrats. About php version, I guess 2.0.18 works on 7.2 and 7.3 without problems since this was not mentioned?
Yes.  As did 2.0.17.
Address the process rather than the outcome.  Then, the outcome becomes more likely.   - Fripp

grandseb59

Hello,
Congratulations for this update.

Is there a topic where the files that have been modified are listed?
Let me explain, I have a lot of mods and homemade scripts and I think that updating normally won't work.
and I'd rather not go through all the files if it's not necessary.
Thanks in advance ;)

Antechinus

Here you go: https://custom.simplemachines.org/upgrades/index.php?action=upgrade;file=smf_patch_2.0.18.tar.gz;smf_version=2.0.17

Best way to cycle through the files is to Ctrl+F for ./ (all file names have that in front).

grandseb59


HDB

Thank you to all you smart SMF Devs and Heroes!!

Kindred

Quote from: grandseb59 on February 05, 2021, 02:01:52 PM
Hello,
Congratulations for this update.

Is there a topic where the files that have been modified are listed?
Let me explain, I have a lot of mods and homemade scripts and I think that updating normally won't work.
and I'd rather not go through all the files if it's not necessary.
Thanks in advance ;)


you do know that you can apply patches via the package manager rather than overwriting to upgrade?
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Shambles

So is this this topic now ok for support requests?

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