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ANNOUNCE: Bugfix on bugfix release
Squishdot Posted by Butch Landingin on Tuesday October 26, 07:40PM, 1999
from the its-really-a-brown-bag-wearing-day dept.
A bug has been found in the 0.3.1 package: It's missing a file. I'll release a 0.3.2 ASAP. In the meantime, I've attached the missing file with this article (Click on the Read More link).

Download and move this file into the Squishdot Products directory (i.e. <zope-install-dir >/lib/python/Products/Squishdot) and you should be fine -- otherwise when you access the Options tab, it will return an error message and you can't edit the squishdot options.

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    Re: ANNOUNCE: Bugfix on bugfix release
    by Butch Landingin on Tuesday October 26, 09:12PM, 1999
    I've added version 0.3.2 on the download page to fix the buggy 0.3.1 package.
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    Re: ANNOUNCE: Bugfix on bugfix release
    by Scott on Wednesday October 27, 01:32PM, 1999
    In the 0.31 release of Squishdot there was a fix for email notification. I have a an existing 0.30 site which is pretty customized and don't wish to destroy it by reverting back to the default look.

    How can I patch the email bug without changing the look of the site? Is there a specific file to replace?

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    Upgrading? Anyone?
    by John Goerzen on Wednesday October 27, 03:45PM, 1999
    Is there yet an upgrade path, or do we still have to destroy and rebuild the site for each new one?

    I'm still at 0.1.5 because nobody has yet told me how to upgrade to a newer version. Ideas?

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    • Re: Upgrading? Anyone?
      by danda on Wednesday October 27, 11:38PM, 1999
      Yeah, me too...

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