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CVS is updated with my latest Poodle WCMS framework code.

Also the poodle.js is updated with the XMLHTTPRequest v2 spec and many HTML5 fallback features.
The only problem is that IE7 will be missing a lot of these features as IE7 is not capable of doing things properly (IE8 almost).

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Great - now cvs is screwed again - error 500.

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Just commited more fixes to CVS.
Seems i missed two renamed methods.

If you still have a 500 look in the error log Smile

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No, you've successfully destroyed the error logging that existed.

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Strange, works flawless overhere.
Thank god the 500 error is helpfull enough that mostly it has something to do with Apache (.htaccess)

Else it probably is PHP < 5.3, as the new code fails in PHP 5.2 due to the use of "static::".
If static is not used in the sub-code i can lower the requirements.

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Fedora 25 / Apache 2.4.27 / MariaDB 10.1.26 / PHP 7.1.10 / Mercurial


You can test that by editing /includes/poodle/bootstrap.php line 19 to:
if (version_compare(phpversion(), '5.2', '<'))

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I was already using PHP 5.3.

It would probably help if you were testing with the existing cvs from over here when you made your changes, because the changes from over there are certainly incompatible with what exists here.

That's the last straw for me - I'm done with cvs - I can't see any prospect of progress based on a bunch of random changes once every year or two when you pop in.

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Should all be fine now, just a couple of line missed, maybe some other but my copy is working fine already.

.:: I met php the 03 December 2003 :: Unforgettable day! ::.

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Phoenix wrote
I was already using PHP 5.3.

It would probably help if you were testing with the existing cvs from over here when you made your changes, because the changes from over there are certainly incompatible with what exists here.

That's the last straw for me - I'm done with cvs - I can't see any prospect of progress based on a bunch of random changes once every year or two when you pop in.


You can be mad on me, slam a door, give me the finger...
The problem is that i will stay around, and as long as my 'edge' copy of CVS works i'm not responsible unless proven otherwise.

Last i even got a PM stating that Df is to blame that a OpenID implementation could hack accounts and make you superadmin. Since when did we make an OpenID extension?

As long there are 1000's of different server setups, we need 10000's of people to test it and provide feedback.

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We all had the same message about OpenID extension but is not ours.
Who wrote the extensions has been promptly notified as he should directly deal with the issue.

However time has pass and it's time to notify users.

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