Elgg 1.7.1 released

  • Sorry I'm not setup with svn or trac yet, but I have  quick fix for Groups:Newest:Pagination. It's fixed for Popular in 1.7.1, but not Newest. Offset needs to be passed to the elgg_list_entities function.


    $objects = elgg_list_entities(array('types' => 'group', 'owner_guid' => 0, 'limit' => $limit, 'offset' => $offset, 'full_view' => false));

  • @Zach: thanks...but did you list/check that find in trac.elgg.org/ ?  I see it's already ok in 1.7.1 (check line 35 in that file)

    @Brett: awesome; the speed and professional level of this development process is a pleasure to experience )))

  • @Zach - I agree with Tom. It works for me in 1.7.1.

  • @Zach - Confirmed to be working for me too.

    @Tom - Thanks :)

  • yes, compliments to all elgg team for their upgrade so faster.


  • Sigh... thanks. Apparently my cp -r didnt...

    I got everything updated now. Should I rerun upgrade.php?


  • Hm... I did have to add an 'admin' colum to my elgg_users_entity table. Is that normal?

  • No, the upgrade script takes care of that.

  • Do you know which specific schema update file was supposed to take care of that? I think my version setting  did get updated in the DB so it didn't run all the schema changes. I want to make sure I didn't miss any others.

    Thanks for the help. I'm just getting used to the platform.

  • There are sql files and php files used in an upgrade. They all have a date assigned to them and live under /engine

    The php in /engine/lib/upgrades and the sql in /engine/schema/upgrades

    You can change the date version in the database. I think it is in the datalists table and run upgrade again. You'd need to figure out which upgrades didn't run. It's really strange that your cp failed on you.

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