[geeklog-devel] The first 1.3.9rc1 bugs are in ...
vmf at abtech.org
Sun Feb 22 22:05:55 EST 2004
Dirk Haun wrote:
>>Well we could change the interval but I like 10 :)
>>Only 2 options - change the interval or change the field type that I see.
>Looks like the least painful method would be to simply change the field
>type for "blockorder" from a TINYINT to a SMALLINT.
>Vinny, what's the status on the problem with the nested comments?
>A few people seem to have problems with PEAR::Mail when safe_mode is on.
>At least when selecting 'mail' as the backend, PHP complains about the
>fifth parameter for mail() not being allowed in safe_mode. Switching to
>'sendmail' or 'smtp' fixes that (in my local tests), but obviously not
>for all people.
>I have just added a hook that lets you override COM_mail() with a
>CUSTOM_mail() function (i.e. if such a function exists, COM_mail() calls
>it instead of handling emails itself).
>If the safe_mode problems persist, we might even have to add a 'geeklog'
>backend option that re-implements Geeklog's old way of sending emails.
>Have to do some digging on documented problems with PEAR::Mail first -
>maybe there's a better solution.
>So these are the showstoppers for rc2 at the moment, AFAICS. Anything else?
I'm going to try a few things out. I think I'm going to make some demo
pages (tomorrow night maybe?) and then ask people in the forums to take
a look with their browser and see what works and what doesn't. I'll end
up implementing whatever works in the most number of browsers. If
nothing seems to work widely, I can reimplement (in the templates) the
nested tables that are how comments are done in 1.3.8 and prior.
As for the issues I brought up in my email titled "comment.php" unless I
hear any contrary opinions I'm going to implement as I suggested in my
"opinion" at the end of the email, pushing off displaying by 'cid' until
P.S. I'm "on the road" this week so I'll only really be available in
the evenings (EST). I should be able to put in enough time to get these
comment issues worked out though.
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