Welcome to Squishdot How-To Newbies Squishdot
 about
 search
 post article
 Documentation
 Mailing Lists
 Bug Tracking
 Development
 Installation
 Upgrading
 Download
 admin
 rdf

 main


Squishdot 0.7.3 Released
Squishdot Posted by Chris Withers on Tuesday January 02, 12:18PM, 2001
from the maybe-less-bugs-now dept.
Squishdot 0.7.3 is now available from here.
This was a bug fixing release only.

The following major changes were made:

  • Fixed TinyTable detection that got broken in 0.7.2.
  • Fixed problems with moderated Squishdot sites and searching.
  • Fixed the behaviour of Squishdot's ZCatalog when Squishdot Sites were moved, copied or renamed.
There were some other small changes and improvements.

If you run into problems, remember Squishdot has a mailing list at eGroups and a bug collector on SourceForge.

<  |  >

 

Related Links
  • Articles on Squishdot
  • Also by Chris Withers
  • Contact author
  • The Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them.
    ( Reply )

    Over 10 comments listed. Printing out index only.
    Re: Squishdot 0.7.3 Released (recatalog error)
    by Ron Bickers on Tuesday January 02, 06:37PM, 2001
    I get the following error when trying to recatalog after upgrading from 0.7.2 to 0.7.3:

    Error Type: KeyError
    Error Value: __cmp__

    Traceback (innermost last):
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 222, in publish_module
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 187, in publish
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/Zope/__init__.py, line 221, in zpublisher_exception_hook
    (Object: Traversable)
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 171, in publish
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/mapply.py, line 160, in mapply
    (Object: recatalogPostings)
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/Publish.py, line 112, in call_object
    (Object: recatalogPostings)
    File /home/langetc/zope/Products/Squishdot/Squishdot.py, line 381, in recatalogPostings
    (Object: Traversable)
    File /usr/local/zope-2.2.4/lib/python/ZPublisher/HTTPRequest.py, line 810, in __getitem__
    KeyError: (see above)
    [ Reply to this ]
    Re: Squishdot 0.7.3 Released
    by Soapbox_Willy on Friday January 05, 07:59AM, 2001
    I'm on my way to sign up on the mailing list...however.

    I've got a running installation with Zope 2.1.4 (Linux) and Squishdot 0.3.2

    Playing with Zope 2.2.4 (Win32) and Squishdot 0.7.3 (your latest).

    So, I go to my existing site and export my site to the .zexp and then go to import it into the new installation. Needless to say, it don't like it.

    Are these two installs just too many generations apart to pull this off?
    [ Reply to this ]
    Re: Squishdot 0.7.3 Released
    by Dirk on Sunday January 07, 11:18AM, 2001
    Hy,

    if i want to post a new artikel in my squishboard, an error message is displayed.

    Zope Error
    Zope has encountered an error while publishing this resource.

    Error Type: AttributeError
    Error Value: getPhysicalPath

    what can i do.

    thx Dirk
    [ Reply to this ]
    Asking for user id/passwd by default?
    by Daniel on Monday January 08, 07:01AM, 2001
    I was using Zope 2.2.4 with Squishdot 0.7.2 and the default behaviour is that user don't have to sign-on before they can read the posting.

    I then upgraded to 0.7.3, and everything I access it, I must sign-on with user id and password before I can even see the page. I created 073 under root, and I created other objects under root path as well but when I access other objects, no password is required.

    I also compare the security setting between 072 and 073 and believe them to be the same.

    So I wonder what has changed in 073 to prevent me from being able to allow users to read the page without assigning them password, and what can be done about it.

    Please help and give me some pointers...

    Thanks,
    Daniel
    [ Reply to this ]

     
    The Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them.
    ( Reply )

    Powered by Zope  Squishdot Powered
      "Any system that depends on reliability is unreliable." -- Nogg's Postulate
    All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective companies. Comments are owned by the Poster. The Rest ©1999 Butch Landingin, ©2000-2002 Chris Withers.