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plog-devel-20030729 released

Since I won't be working on pLog for the next two or three days, I have decided to release what I have now so that you can play with it and see how it feels. Please check the release notes and Changelog, but these are basically the changes since the plog-devel-20030725 version:
  • Added the summary page
  • Added a replacement for the glob() function, which is capable of detecting the php version we're using and either using the faster native version or the alternative version if php version is lower than 4.3
  • Added a "Plugin Center" to see a list of plugins available.
  • Possibility to enable or disable comments on a per blog basis.
  • Improvements in the interface to send trackback pings.
  • Changes in the structure of plugins.
As usual, please use the forums or the mailing list to report any problem with this release.
It is very important that you recreate the structure of the database, since there have been a couple of minor changes, otherwise unexpected things might happen. Please do not forget this.
Finally, the following things are badly missing before the final version:
  • Redesign of the administration interface, keeping the same options availble but making it look more attractive.
  • A script to convert blogs from the old version to the new one.
I hope to have everything ready very soon! I'll keep you updated :) UPDATE: I have fixed a very important bug in the code, which didn't properly return all the blogs to which a user can belong. I would not have worried too much about it but the bug is quite critical... I have re-uploaded the release but you can also find the file that has changed attached to this bug report. Sorry about that!
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  1. Trackback Trackback: asasdf
    trackback link to my blog: here!, trackback link to the official blog: here
    Posted by trackback link to my blog: here!, trackback link to the official blog: here 24 Sep 2003, 15:23
  2. Trackback Trackback: and even another
    now? and a second link that should be broken!
    Posted by now? and a second link that should be broken! 24 Sep 2003, 15:00
  1. Comment Trackback test Posted by Nick 27 Jan 2004, 15:07
  2. Comment trackback

    trackback test

    my blog

    end test

    Posted by Bill Grosh 05 Apr 2005, 13:25