I am trying to install this on an XF 1.3.1 forum, get this error during the installation:
Fatal error: Can't use method return value in write context in /home/tsoff/public_html/library/SolidMean/ForumBackup/Listener/Template.php on line 43
The CRON entry is created, but the "Forum Backup"...
I'm not sure I fully trust these latest numbers (they seem to be shifting too quickly for no apparent reason), but the gap between Invision & vB (7.1%) is now smaller than the distance between XF & vB (7.5%). I guess the next question is, when will Invision be #2?
Is there a tutorial on writing custom BB coces for XF 2.0?
If not what are the differences between 1.x & 2.x in that regard.
A custom BB code that has worked for me for years on various versions of 1.x is not giving me this message on 2.0.4:
Oops! We ran into some problems.
InnoDB is available to me today. I will work the conversion into the upcoming upgrades.
When I created the site in 2011, my hosting was with FatCow (one of those wonderful Endurance International companies), which has never allowed InnoDB I left FatCow when one of my threads went viral &...
Your SQL query has been executed successfully.
SHOW CREATE TABLE xf_search
xf_search CREATE TABLE `xf_search` (
`search_id` int(10) unsigned NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
`search_results` mediumblob NOT NULL,
`result_count` smallint(5) unsigned NOT NULL,
The table only shows one search ID of 28595107, and it is the highest/last entry in the table.
Is there a counter somewhere that should be bumped so the next search index is 28595108?
Or should I delete the entry with search ID 28595107?
I am getting the same issue now every time I try to do a search in this particular forum (XF 1.4.0):
Mysqli statement execute error : Duplicate entry '28595107' for key 'PRIMARY'
Zend_Db_Statement_Mysqli->_execute() in Zend/Db/Statement.php at line 297
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued an amended decision on Aug. 30:
Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The panel filed an amended opinion (1) reversing the district court’s holding, on summary judgment, that the defendant was protected by the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright...