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Updating for 0.9.5. RC2

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commit bb7a907f6ea5366dc66b69db3f134b50bffc5afe 1 parent e11df48
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2  admin/index.php
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@
// Constantes --------------------------------------------------------------
-define('FROG_VERSION', '0.9.5');
+define('FROG_VERSION', '0.9.5 RC2');
define('FROG_ROOT', dirname(__FILE__).'/..');
define('CORE_ROOT', FROG_ROOT.'/frog');
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2  frog/plugins/comment/index.php
@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
'author' => 'Philippe Archambault',
'website' => 'http://www.madebyfrog.com/',
'update_url' => 'http://www.madebyfrog.com/plugin-versions.xml',
- 'require_frog_version' => '0.9.5'
+ 'require_frog_version' => '0.9.5 RC2'
));
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2  frog/plugins/skeleton/index.php
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
'author' => 'Martijn van der Kleijn',
'website' => 'http://www.madebyfrog.com/',
'update_url' => 'http://www.madebyfrog.com/plugin-versions.xml',
- 'require_frog_version' => '0.9.5'
+ 'require_frog_version' => '0.9.5 RC2'
));
Plugin::addController('skeleton', 'Skeleton', 'administrator', false);
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56 install.txt
@@ -2,21 +2,43 @@
## Installation
-1. Manually create your database in your mySQL (phpMyAdmin is a good tool
- for this). You will need to know the database name, user, and password.
-2. Upload the Frog CMS package to your webserver; it is happy to work in
- a subdirectory. Open your browser go to the frog_path/install/ (e.g.
- http://www.mysite.com/install if Frog is in the root; or
- http://www.mysite.com/frog/install if Frog is in a subdirectory) and
- answer all questions!
-3. When you have finished with the install, you will get a success message
- which includes a link for you to go to your_frog_dir/admin/.
-4. Don't forget to delete the /install directory.
-5. Login as admin/password. You should change your admin passsword to
- something private and secure!
-
-## Optional (to remove the ? in the url)
-
-1. Edit file _.htaccess and set your base dir.
+1. Manually create your database.
+ You will need to know the database name, user, and password for installation
+ purposes.
+
+ (phpMyAdmin is a good tool for this)
+
+2. Upload the Frog CMS package to your webserver; it is happy to work in a
+ subdirectory.
+
+3. Open your browser and go to the frog_path/install/ page.
+ (e.g. http://www.mysite.com/install if Frog is in the root;
+ or http://www.mysite.com/frog/install if Frog is in a subdirectory)
+
+ Answer all questions after reviewing them carefully!
+
+4. After finishing the installation, you will get a message that includes a
+ link to your_frog_dir/admin/ section.
+
+ This page also shows you the administrator's username and password.
+
+5. Delete the /install directory.
+
+6. Remove all write permissions for the config.php file.
+ Frog will refuse to execute until you do this.
+
+7. Login with the admin username/password.
+ You should change your admin passsword to something private and secure!
+
+## Optional
+
+### To remove the ? in the url
+
+1. Edit file _.htaccess and correct (if necessary) the RewriteBase setting for
+ your installation.
+
2. Rename _.htaccess to .htaccess.
-3. Open config.php (in Frog's root dir) and define USE_MOD_REWRITE to true.
+
+3. Add write permissions to config.php, edit config.php (in Frog's root dir) and
+ define USE_MOD_REWRITE to true. Save and don't forget to remove the write
+ permissions again.
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13 readme.txt
@@ -3,10 +3,11 @@
## About
Frog CMS began as migration of Radiant CMS from Ruby-on-Rails to PHP.
-This product has been made available under the terms of the GNU AGPL version 3.
-Please read the license.txt for the exact details;
+This product has been made available under the terms of the GNU GPL version 3.
-The official Frog website can be found at www.madebyfrog.com - visit for further
+Please read the license.txt for the exact license details.
+
+The official Frog website can be found at www.madebyfrog.com - visit it for more
information and resources.
## Required
@@ -20,7 +21,7 @@ information and resources.
## Recommended
- The Apache HTTP server is recommended.
-- PDO support is recommended, but not required.
+- PDO support is strongly recommended, but not required.
- Frog CMS can also run on SQLite 3 as the database.
PHP : http://www.php.net/
@@ -31,4 +32,6 @@ Apache : http://www.apache.org/
Password is in sha1 so if you change it manually in the database, you know how!!
-(c) 2007 by Philippe Archambault
+Enjoy,
+
+The Frog CMS team.
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44 updating.txt
@@ -1,38 +1,34 @@
# FROG CMS - INFORMATION ABOUT UPDATING
-## About
+## General
-Frog CMS began as migration of Radiant CMS from Ruby-on-Rails to PHP.
-This product has been made available under the terms of the GNU AGPL version 3.
-Please read the license.txt for the exact details;
-
-The official Frog website can be found at www.madebyfrog.com - visit for further
-information and resources.
-
-Please be aware that we only support single version upgrades. That means you upgrade
-from 0.9.3 to 0.9.4 and only then to 0.9.5.
+Please be aware that we only support single version upgrades. That means you
+upgrade from 0.9.3 to 0.9.4 and only then to 0.9.5.
## UPDATING FROM 0.9.4 to 0.9.5 -- TO BE CHECKED AND UPDATED --
-WARNING - The split between frontend and backend in the Frog code has been removed in this
- version. This has led to significant code changes. You will need to update ALL files.
+WARNING - The split between frontend and backend in the Frog code has been
+ removed in this version. This has led to significant code changes.
-Please remember to MAKE BACKUPS before trying to update!
+ You will need to update *ALL* files.
-The best and most comprehensive method of upgrading to Frog 0.9.5 is to install Frog from scratch,
-including the database.
+Please remember to MAKE BACKUPS of Frog and your DB before trying to update!
-NOTES:
+The best and most comprehensive method of upgrading to Frog 0.9.5 is
+unfortunately to install Frog from scratch, including the database.
-- The public directory now contains a themes subdirectory.
- It is advised that all themes for Frog follow the same approach as the Normal theme.
-- It is advised to always use the htaccess file. You can dis/enable the url rewriting by setting RewriteEngine to On/Off.
+You can then import pages, comments, etc. manually from the DB backup you made.
-(though you may want to read through the item below)
+Due to the large number of significant changes, this is the only recommended
+method of upgrading to 0.9.5.
-## CHANGES TO THE POST INSTALL DATA between 0.9.4 and 0.9.5:
+To prevent this from happening in next versions, an export/import function will
+be made available in post-0.9.5. releases.
-NOTE: please CHECK that the SQL statements below don't do harm on your particular installation.
+## NOTES
---- CHECK these items ---
-- A plugin_settings table was added: CREATE TABLE plugin_settings (plugin_id varchar(40) NOT NULL, name varchar(40) NOT NULL, value varchar(255) NOT NULL, UNIQUE KEY plugin_setting_id (plugin_id,name)) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8
+- The public directory now contains a themes subdirectory.
+ It is advised that all themes for Frog follow the same approach as the
+ Normal theme.
+- It is advised to always use the htaccess file. You can dis/enable the url
+ rewriting by setting RewriteEngine to On/Off.
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