[pmwiki-users] 1x compatibility mode gone in 2.2
5ko at 5ko.fr
Wed Mar 28 16:22:53 CDT 2012
You should not install 2.2.x versions over an 1.x version. There is a page
whith instructions: normally you first install 2.0.0 (not 2.2) then add some
lines in config.php, then if it works, you can add one more line to convert
the existing pages to the newer format.
Then you install 2.1.0, then if it works, you install the latest 2.1.x stable,
if it works, you install 2.2.0, if it works, a newer version.
To sum up, I recommend installing at least :
- the first stable release of a major version 2.x.0
- the last stable release of a major version 2.x.99 (the highest number)
then the next major release 2.(x+1).0, and so on. And everytime, test and
observe if everything works, and read the release notes to learn if something
has changed and needs fixing.
Archives of all older releases can be downloaded here:
http://www.pmwiki.org/pub/pmwiki/ 2.2.x versions
http://www.pmwiki.org/pub/pmwiki/older-releases/ even older versions
Normally, if something doesn't work, you should find information about
important changes in the release notes. As you may not notice that something
stopped working, it is highly recommended to read the release notes for all
releases between your last working version and the one you're installing.
On Wednesday 28 March 2012 14:11:40 Nils Knappmeier wrote:
> I just upgraded my homepage to the newest PmWiki-Version and noticed
> that it is not working anymore.
> The reason (I found it in the release notes) being, that the
> compat1x-script has been removed (not being needed
> Now, I still have some pages in the v1-Folder of my wiki installation
> and I would like to keep them, even though they have not changed in years.
> So the question is:
> Is there an alternative to the compat1x-script? Can I convert the pages
> PS: Since I am currently not on the mailing list, please keep my address
> in the response
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