Update: PHP-Fusion v7.01.05 Update Full package: PHP-Fusion v7.01.05 Locale changes: PHP-Fusion Dev - v7.01.05 Locale Changes Please refer to the roadmap for a complete list of completed roadmap items for v7.01.05. Christian Damsgaard Jĝrgensen, PHP-Fusion v7.01.xx Development Supervisor' />

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PHP-Fusion v7.01.05

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BY Christian
February 21 2011 00:00:00

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#16 on Feb 22 2011 at 15:56:57

jikaka

@starefossen, PMM, guys, aren't present problems, all is normal
we do one common cause
Cool

#17 on Feb 22 2011 at 16:18:54

Marten

NO COMMENT!!!
today: every month a new update
tomorrow: every week a new update
the day after tomorrow: every day a new update

why?

#18 on Feb 22 2011 at 17:09:55

starefossen

@Marten: To fix bugs and to make PHP-Fusion faster and more reliable. And check your facts, we have one release each month which sums up to 12 releases a year, that is more then managable for site admins.

#19 on Feb 22 2011 at 20:06:22

fireCZek

One word...NICE!Wink

#20 on Feb 23 2011 at 01:45:36

Royalaty

It's work Grin

#21 on Feb 23 2011 at 09:22:17

MarcusG

Somebody voted "Poor". Why?

#22 on Feb 23 2011 at 13:12:56

starefossen

Probably this guy.

#23 on Feb 23 2011 at 16:07:23

jford2282

Sorry if i am misreading on how to upgrade from 7.01.04 to .05 but it's saying "You must first upload the upgrade script from the folder named 'upgrade v7' to the administration folder of your site" and I don't see a upgrade script anywhere.

#24 on Feb 23 2011 at 17:27:04

MarcusG

The section about Upgrade in readme file is ONLY for upgrading from 7.00.xx

Simply go to System Admin => Upgrade if you already use 7.01.04.

#25 on Feb 23 2011 at 17:53:58

jford2282

I would if it was that easy! Where do i place the folder or files? Right in the main folder where my webpage goes?

#26 on Feb 23 2011 at 18:47:31

HobbyMan

The comments are not suitable for support discussions. Please use the Forums for any support issues.

#27 on Feb 23 2011 at 18:51:30

jford2282

This is not more of a support issue cause it doesn't mention how to upgrade this package in the Download. If this Download/Upgrade information was correct then I wouldn't need support.........

#28 on Feb 25 2011 at 07:30:08

jikaka

spam!Angry kill!

#29 on Mar 01 2011 at 22:02:07

geistschatten

Updated sites of two of my clients. Although I hate having to do a manual update every time. The only focus of the PHP-Fusion team should be an automatic update system, because until one is added (or at least a mailing list for updates) I'll continue to be 1 or 2 releases behind. I don't spend all day on this site and I don't like having to constantly check.

#30 on Mar 25 2011 at 21:40:28

DJQUICK-E

that would be very cool thing to add an automatic update system. Would make life easier for me!
Great idea

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