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Vanilla 2.1a Category problem

darristandarristan New
edited October 2012 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8

I have cloned latest vanilla from branch master recently and seem that I couldn't create category, I find no bug report regarding this. Is there anything I missed? I've changed permission for cache, conf, and uploads folder.

Btw, another question - is master the trunk branch or a stable branch?

Thanks in advance.

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    Seems like default value setting in trunk's query is bugged.

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    UnderDogUnderDog MVP
    edited October 2012

    @darristan said:
    I couldn't create category, I find no bug report regarding this.

    Can you create a bug report in gitHub please?

    Is there anything I missed? I've changed permission for cache, conf, and uploads folder.

    No, it's something inside Vanilla, it's not in the filesystem, so changing permissions doesn't help.
    actually... you've a nice screenshot to either attach to the bug report or something else...
    The List in the 'BackTrace' section. If you delete the D:\web\docs\etc. Then you can copy / paste that list in your bug report.
    The interesting part starts at CategoryModel->Save() and GDN_Model->Insert(). Let's see if the bug can be solved easily.

    Btw, another question - is master the trunk branch or a stable branch?

    From the readme on gitHub:

    master



    The master branch of the vanillaforums repository will always contain our latest production (release) code. It should be the most stable source code you can download from us, but also the oldest. New code only gets into master when we release a new version or create a hotfix.


    develop



    All of our unreleased development work ends up in the develop branch. Sometimes it is committed directly, other times it comes from merged hotfixes against a release, and other times it comes from a merged feature branch. This branch will always contain the most bleeding edge vanillaforums code, so it sometimes has bugs and unfinished features. Use this at your own risk, and avoid deploying it in production.

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