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bbPress 0.9.0.4 and 1.0-alpha-5 released

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  • Ganzuelo
    Participant

    @ganzuelo

    is this fixed yet?

    I sum up to the toll; recent registered users through wordpress can’t post in the forum. The “add new” link doesn’t appear whenever one of them logs in.

    I tried to manually assign roles but whenever I go to the profile page I get a function error there. Forum death :(


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Even though that error is there, if you change their role from “Inactive” to “Member” the error will go away and the user will have member access.

    Forum isn’t dead, just high maintenance for right now. ;)

    @ wordpressfan Congrats for getting it going. I tried bbpress 1.0-alpha 4 and still was having issues getting the install to work.

    wordpressfan I tried bbpress 1.0 alpha 4 also. I still had install errors :( Congrats.

    Even though that error is there, if you change their role from “Inactive” to “Member” the error will go away and the user will have member access.

    I can’t change any role, whenever I go to the profile page I have a php error. Maybe using phpmyadmin but this is a pain.


    Sam Bauers
    Participant

    @sambauers

    So, the nightly builds seem to be stuck on an old version!!!

    You can get the latest trunk from here (zip link at the bottom):

    http://trac.bbpress.org/browser/trunk

    You will have to manually add BackPress files from here into a directory at bb-includes/backpress (zip link an the bottom):

    http://backpress.automattic.com/browser/trunk/includes

    Had anyone had success with alpha 5 (actually r1910) cookie integration with wordpress mu 2.6?

    You will have to manually add BackPress files from here into a directory at bb-includes/backpress (zip link an the bottom):

    http://backpress.automattic.com/browser/trunk/includes

    I didn’t catch this. How do you download all these files?

    BTW, what did it happen with 1.05alpha? Does it work?

    http://backpress.automattic.com/browser/trunk/includes doesn’t have the backpress folder and it’s a little confusing but I think it’s like this …

    1. Download this: http://trac.bbpress.org/changeset/1910/trunk?old_path=%2F&format=zip – This is your TRUNK build.
    2. Download this: http://backpress.automattic.com/changeset/190/trunk?old_path=%2F&format=zip – This is for the backpress folder
    3. Take the includes folder from Step #2 and rename it backpress
    4. Move that folder into /bb-includes from Step #1 so you have /bb-includes/backpress

    Sheesh. It’s almost easier to get SVN.

    Hey Ipstenu, thanks for your help :)

    Giving it a try right now

    ok, I just tried bbpress trunk 1910 with 190 backpress.

    Users are still no mapped.

    Whenever you go to the edit user profile page, the php error in line 2009 goes away but you can’t change the role of any user. You change the role to “memeber”, hit the update profile button and the change has no effect, the user appears again as inactive.


    feastoffools
    Member

    @feastoffools

    Not sure where to post this comment, but I’m wondering if the functionality of having wordpress entries appearing in the forums and comments synchronizing (like bbsync plugin allows) will become a feature of an upcoming release?


    jakegevorgian
    Member

    @jakegevorgian

    Gosh, it’s 1:16 in the morning, and I just checked out rev. 1910 with and still no success with installation.

    Using WP 2.7

    I hope I won’t see a nightmare — my client, an old blogger, coming over to my house and torturing me for not installing his special request: bbpress.

    :)


    danblee
    Member

    @danblee

    This worked like a charm, Ipstenu. Thanks for the fix. I find it strange that there wouldn’t be a warning regarding the issue with PHP4. It’s kind of a big deal.

    I’m of divided opinion there, danblee.Yes, it should be noted (but alas a lot of the documentation is ‘in progress’) but then I think PHP 5 came out in 2004, that’s five years ago. It’s not unreasonable to say you should upgrade.

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