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vBulletin 4 Importer

Paul M

Well-known member
#22
I have several GBs of attachments stored in the file system and a small database account, so I won't be able to move them to the database.
No problem. The issue was small and ive uploaded a new version which should fix it for file system attachments.

As always, test it first. :)
 

ENF

Well-known member
#30
Ok. So, it's late here and I really didn't have the time to wait for one the larger db's to process, lol. (4.0.7, Suite)

So, I did one that was a little bigger than the last one. I took some time to dig around and so far so good.
 

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Mark.B

Well-known member
#31
See? Told you Paul was a stand-up guy. Not to beat a dead horse, but the dude took a lot of abuse only a few days ago and not only is he still here as a part of the community, but he's releasing mods that are sorely needed.

I'm going to watch this thread with great interest.
Completely agree.

I don't agree with everything Paul says (mind you I don't agree with everything ANYONE says!) but I have "known" him (in internet terms) for many years and he did not deserve the abuse he took recently.
 

Mark.B

Well-known member
#32
Incidentally, if Paul WAS in the "discouraged" thing on here, I sincerely hope that restriction is urgently removed now!
 

Msharry

Active member
#34
You should use:

PHP:
class XenForo_Importer_vBulletin4 extends XenForo_Importer_vBulletin

It would save you a lot of time and bugs if there any in XenForo_Importer_vBulletin.​