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phpBB 2.0.20 RELEASED





n0obie4life
http://www.phpbb.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=380687

Remember to patch it Smile

I'm not sure about the Code Changes file, it looks unavailable. Maybe update it when it's available Smile.

Update (from Wuming):

The Code Changes file is now available for download here. If you already installed the code changes then you need to follow these instructions:

Quote:

OPEN
Code:
 
privmsg.php


FIND
Code:
 
         if ( !($privmsg = $db->sql_fetchrow($result)) )
         {
            redirect(append_sid("privmsg.$phpEx?folder=$folder", true));
         }

         $privmsg_subject = preg_replace($orig_word, $replacement_word, $privmsg_subject);
         $privmsg_subject = ( ( !preg_match('/^Re:/', $privmsg['privmsgs_subject']) ) ? 'Re: ' : '' ) . $privmsg['privmsgs_subject'];


REPLACE WITH
Code:
 
         if ( !($privmsg = $db->sql_fetchrow($result)) )
         {
            redirect(append_sid("privmsg.$phpEx?folder=$folder", true));
         }

         $orig_word = $replacement_word = array();
         obtain_word_list($orig_word, $replace_word);

         $privmsg_subject = ( ( !preg_match('/^Re:/', $privmsg['privmsgs_subject']) ) ? 'Re: ' : '' ) . $privmsg['privmsgs_subject'];
         $privmsg_subject = preg_replace($orig_word, $replacement_word, $privmsg_subject);

wumingsden
**** Note that there was a problem with the code changes for updating phpbb2 so they have taken it down. When they have been re-corrected it it will be re-available online once again.
n0obie4life
wumingsden wrote:
**** Note that there was a problem with the code changes for updating phpbb2 so they have taken it down. When they have been re-corrected it it will be re-available online once again.


Woow, I added that into my post while you were posting Laughing
Blaster
What are the differences?

Isn't that what you put on the forum you just made for me Wu?
Hobbit
I didn't even notice there was any bugs at all in the previous version.
alkutob
thank you for the news ..


So all the new version 2.0.20 files are correct ? but the Code Changes file has to be re-corrected ?

Am I right ?
n0obie4life
Hobbit wrote:
I didn't even notice there was any bugs at all in the previous version.


Only intensive users will see the bugs. Or people who view the source code Wink.

alkutob wrote:
thank you for the news ..


So all the new version 2.0.20 files are correct ? but the Code Changes file has to be re-corrected ?

Am I right ?


Yes, I suggest waiting for the Code Changes file doh..the other files might ruin your forum (if your forum is heavily modified) because they replace the files with phpBB's default files.
babumuchhala
OH damn there goes my saturday Razz

Also now i wont be able to update it the old way (i just used to upload the changed files) because i have modded my forum quite a bit after the 2.0.19 release.

Also if change log is what you are looking for then here it is:
phpBB.com wrote:
What has changed in this release?

The changelog (contained within this release) is as follows:
  • [Fix] Prevent login attempts from incrementing for inactive users
  • [Fix] Do not check maximum login attempts on re-authentication to the admin panel - tomknight
  • [Fix] Regenerate session keys on password change
  • [Fix] retrieving category rows in index.php (Bug #90)
  • [Fix] improved index performance by determining the permissions before iterating through all forums (Bug #91)
  • [Fix] Better handling of short usernames within the search (bug #105)
  • [Fix] Send a no-cache header on admin pages as well as normal board pages (Bug #149)
  • [Fix] Apply word censors to the message when quoting it (Bug #405)
  • [Fix] Improved performance of query in admin_groups (Bug #753)
  • [Fix] Workaround for an issue in either PHP or MSSQL resulting in a space being returned instead of an empty string (bug #830)
  • [Fix] Correct use of default_style config value (Bug #861)
  • [Fix] Replace unneeded unset calls in admin_db_utilities.php - vanderaj
  • [Fix] Improved error handling in modcp.php
  • [Fix] Improved handling of forums to which the user does not have any explicit permissions - vanderaj
  • [Fix] Assorted fixes and cleanup of admin_ranks.php, now requires confirmation of deletions
  • [Fix] Assorted fixes and cleanup of admin_words.php, now requires confirmation of deletions
  • [Fix] Addition and editing of smilies can no longer be performed via GET, now requires confirmation of deletions
  • [Fix] Escape group names in admin_groups.php
  • [Sec] Replace strip_tags with htmlspecialchars in private message subject
  • [Sec] Some changes to HTML handling if enabled
  • [Sec] Escape any special characters in reverse dns - Anthrax101
  • [Sec] Typecast poll id values - Anthrax101
  • [Sec] Added configurable search flood control to reduce the effect of
  • DoS style attacks
  • [Sec] Changed the way we create "random" values for use as keys - chinchilla/Anthrax101
  • [Sec] Enabled Visual Confirmation by default
  • [Change] Changed handling of the case where a selected style doesn't exist in the database
  • [Change] Changed handling of topic pruning to improve performance
  • [Change] Changed default forum permissions to only allow registered users to post in new forums


And here's what they are saying abt the problem. Hope this will clear all your doubts Very Happy
phpBB.com wrote:
It has come to my attention that the Code changes file (used for upgrading heavily MODded installs) which was available briefly this evening may contain some errors which could cause problems with upgrades via this method.

Until we can review this file completely and correct it where appropriate, I have removed this upgrade method from the available list. Once we have reviewed it, it will be available from the usual location in the MOD Database again and on the download page.

The other downloads (Full package, Changed Files and Patch) are unaffected by this problem. It is only the file for heavily MODded installs which has been removed.
n0obie4life
The code changes file is now out, for whoever that needs it Wink
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