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In need of a big favor...

edited September 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I've customized my vanilla install heavily and I was wondering if someone can supply me with what files were changed and what was added to those files in releases past 1.0.3 (which is what I'm using now) so I don't have to spend hours re adding everything.

If there's a changelog that will show all the changed made and additions can someone point me to it or make a list for me I will be forever grateful.


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    I think what Tiggr is suggesting is that you download a clean 1.0.3 and a clean 1.1.2 and run a file compare on them.

    I can personally recommend Beyond Compare if you're using Windows. Although you won't want to be doing actual text editing in the application (the text editor sucks), it does its job of showing you the differences very well indeed.

    Perhaps you should think about making your changes as extensions/themes/styles so you don't have to keep going through this process?
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    edited September 2007
    lol, i've ran into a problem while doing this.. if I attempt to Close or Sticky a discussion (i'm going to assume bookmark, delete and sink aswell) I get a error:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in path/to/vanilla/library/Vanilla/Vanilla.Functions.php on line 18

    edit: This error was previously in regard to me upgrading from 1.0.3 to 1.1 but I've since tried 1.03 to 1.1.2 and I'm still getting this when I try and stick, close, sink, etc any threads. Any idea's as to why this is happening?

    One last question once the files are all updated I don't have to run upgrader.php do I? or is that just from 0.9.x ?
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    Fixed the bug everything appears to be working as expected... thanks for the help =)
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    Setting up an SVN repository on your development computer does this and much more, but there is a learning curve to step.
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    Ye, no shit - any guides? :D
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