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February 06, 2014, 07:06:02 PM

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2.0.7 Bug Fix Update for SMF Released
« on: February 06, 2014, 07:06:02 PM »

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Simple Machines Forum has released an new patch to the 2.0.x release line. This brings the released version to SMF 2.0.7.

Unlike previous patches, this is a bug fix release, not a security release. This does not detract from the importance of installing this release. Although a number of other defects have been remedied, the primary update of this patch brings full compatibility for PHP 5.5, which is becoming a more common problem, as hosts are now beginning more widespread adoption.

Users of the 1.1.x versions should be aware that some of the issues which are fixed in 2.0.7 are still present in 1.1.x. Given some of the issues facing PHP applications on PHP 5.5+, providing full support for 1.1.x will not be entirely possible, as some of the features being deprecated from the standard PHP installation cannot be replaced either manually or in a patch in the 1.1.x line.  In any case, 2.1 is in heavy development - once 2.1 is declared stable, 1.1 will be completely unsupported. As such, we would encourage you to consider migrating to the 2.0.x release line - we will offer what support we can to those preparing to upgrade.

If you are running version 2.0.6, you can update your forum to version 2.0.7 using the package manager. As usual, you should see the upgrade notification in the Admin panel and in the package manager, which will allow you to download and install the patch seamlessly.  If you don't see the notification about the update, please run the scheduled task "Fetch Simple Machines files".  You can also download the patch for 2.0.7 from the customize site by downloading the : smf_patch_2.0.7.zip patch file, and then installing it from the package manager, like any other mod package.

If you use older versions of SMF, you can upgrade by using the full upgrade archive for version 2.0.7 from the downloads page. Be aware that using this upgrade method will require you to reinstall your mods with ones designed for the 2.0.x line.

SMF 2.0.7                                                       January 20 2014
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January 2014
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 ! PHP 5.5 compatibility fixes merged in. (Thanks to all who contributed but especially SleePy and Spuds)
 ! Trim the username if oversized when logging in. (Thanks to TMcomputering for the report)
 ! Check that group inheritance is actually going to be viable before trying to do further inquiry. (Thanks to tfs for the report)
 ! Made sure some of the calendar holidays are corrected when previously incorrect.

December 2013
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 ! Don't let the prune reports function prune open, or for that matter, ignored, reports. (Reported by Kimmie)
 ! If an uploaded file somehow has an image size but isn't really an image, don't try to treat it as an image.
 ! Make file cache somewhat less fragile.
 ! ssi_fetchPosts didn't honour overriding permissions. (Thanks to IchBin for a fix)
 ! Privacy and original sending time were not kept in the mail queue in the event of sending failure.
 ! Wrong variable used in the mail queue handling (Thanks to Nao for originally finding the bug)
 ! Themes with spaces in could break the editor handling. (Thanks to akyhne for the report and akabugeyes for a suggested fix)
 ! Made the anti-XSS header a little less picky.
 ! FIND_IN_SET wasn't always properly set up for PostgreSQL use.
 ! Multiple installed themes with variants wouldn't all be able to be selected properly.
 ! Fields that are regex-validated couldn't be left empty (thanks HappyBits and emanuele)
 ! Fixing legacy TYPE=HEAP (thanks heusdens for the report)
« Last Edit: February 06, 2014, 07:12:18 PM by Brian »

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