CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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alby

Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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replytomk3 wrote: Upgraded my site, no visible problems I could find. Because there is no diff file, I deleted old version completely. Am I doing this right?
numbers of file was very high with risk of broke something

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Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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Everything looks good so far. I'll be able to test it fairly thoroughly as my project will use several modules. Great work!!
replytomk3

Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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Cataloger module is not compatible. Do not upgrade if you use the module.
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Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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alby wrote:
replytomk3 wrote: Upgraded my site, no visible problems I could find. Because there is no diff file, I deleted old version completely. Am I doing this right?
numbers of file was very high with risk of broke something

Alby
Make sure that you backup properly. http://mkrd.info/software-discussions/cms-made-simple/backin-up-and-restoring-cmsms.html

Do not forget site title, database prefix, and pretty urls.
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Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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replytomk3 wrote: Cataloger module is not compatible. Do not upgrade if you use the module.
calguy1000's announcement wrote: Compatiblity

- Users using Cataloger, PageBlocks, and other modules that create content types will experience problems with compatibility.  Please
  contact the authors of these modules and ask them to release a version compatible with CMS 1.6 as soon as possible.
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Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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I just overwrite.
No need to delte anything what I know about...
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JeremyBASS

Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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If you get
> Fatal error: Call to a member function GetRow() on a non-object in /home/content/j/e/r/j/html/lib/classes/class.contentoperations.inc.php on line 788
This was tested on Godaddy server under php 5+ and MySQL 5+....

The only fix is to alter the code... This is a bug that is known from what I understand...

http://dev.cmsmadesimple.org/bug/view/3582

The other option is a full dump of everything and build it all back up.. in general it's not to bad if you don't mind parting the back-up of the db you just made before you started to update.  Just takes some time that way...

Cheers
Jeremy
Pierre M.

Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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replytomk3 wrote: Upgraded my site, no visible problems I could find. Because there is no diff file, I deleted old version completely. Am I doing this right?
Hopefully your have not destroyed your uploads folder content, static stylesheets(if any) or custom .htaccess ?
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Re: CMSMS 1.6 will be out on the 20th

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Pierre M. wrote:
replytomk3 wrote: Upgraded my site, no visible problems I could find. Because there is no diff file, I deleted old version completely. Am I doing this right?
Hopefully your have not destroyed your uploads folder content, static stylesheets(if any) or custom .htaccess ?
http://mkrd.info/software-discussions/cms-made-simple/backin-up-and-restoring-cmsms.html
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