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  1. I've not been following this very closely, but this statement caught my eye and caused me to worry. Are you saying that (for example) the selector string option for $cache->save (as per https://processwire.com/api/ref/wire-cache/save/) will no longer be supported? That would be a big problem for me as one of my web apps uses it extensively. The app provides a spreadsheet-like user interface but only updates data if precedent data has been changed (otherwise every 'cell' gets recalculated on every page view which would be a huge delay). Maybe I misunderstand, but I would be grateful for clarification.
  2. Why don't you just set the field to default to 'today' (in the input tab)?
  3. I’ve found that the most irritating situation is when the editor leaves a page open, then comes back to it some time later and makes a big edit only to find it won’t save because they’ve been signed out. The UserActivity module fixes this nicely, but it would be better if it was fixed in the core. Just a simple message to say you’ve been signed out would help.
  4. You are almost certainly right. I needed a quick fix! I'm using POP3 at the moment. I'll try your suggestion when I have a bit more time. Ta.
  5. The problem (or, at least, on of them) is line 505 of fMailbox.php. Since php 8.0.0, providing a non-string as a needle to strpos is no longer supported. $filter has a default value of null. (strpos($header, $filter) !== FALSE) evaluates to true and should be replaced. The following works in my case, but further fixes may be required if the $filter is actually set. if ($filter && strpos($header, $filter) !== FALSE)
  6. I've now moved that site to php 8 and the module has stopped working. Any insights would be great. Meanwhile I will try and diagnose.
  7. Simples: In init.php wire()->addHook('LazyCron::everyDay', null, 'batchRun'); and then in your hook: wire()->log->prune('debug', $days); where $days is set however you want In my case I aded a cronjob to access the site at night so that the LazyCron fires then.
  8. That’s what I do. Part of a regular cron batch job.
  9. That’s good (although @ryanobviously wanted to include it for some reason). The namespacing issue is still a problem, though, so I think the fix is needed.
  10. UPDATE: Web service now seems to be starting OK. The problem might be to do with the docroot. config.yaml is inside site-admin/.ddev/ but index.php is of course in the root directory above site-admin. This is why I tried docroot: ../ (I have also tried ../../ as I'm not sure where the root is supposed to be relative to - .ddev or site-admin). However, if I go into ddev with ddev ssh and ls, it lists the members of site-admin, not the root. ddev logs shows an error of directory index of "/var/" is forbidden
  11. I have a PW project with two sites - in site-admin and site-web respectively. I have moved the project from laragon to ddev, as I have done successfully with a number of (single-site) projects. However, this one won't run - I just get a nginx 403 error. I suspect it is something to do with the way I have set up ddev to deal with the multi-site. Because I wanted a separate url for site-admin and site-web, I did the ddev config within the site-admin directory, rather than the parent (root) directory. I then set the docroot to ../ so that it would pick up index.php. I have set index.config.php to point the url supplied by ddev to the site-admin directory. ddev start works OK, but I note that ddev describe does not show a web service even though it does show the urls. config.yaml is in site-admin/.ddev and contains name: BawdHall-admin type: php docroot: ../ php_version: "8.0" webserver_type: nginx-fpm router_http_port: "80" router_https_port: "443" xdebug_enabled: false additional_hostnames: [] additional_fqdns: [] database: type: mariadb version: "10.4" nfs_mount_enabled: false mutagen_enabled: false use_dns_when_possible: true composer_version: "2" web_environment: [] nodejs_version: "16" ddev describe shows ┌───────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┐ │ Project: BawdHall-admin ~/projects/BawdHall/site-admin https://bawdhall-admin.ddev.site │ │ Docker provider: docker 23.0.2 │ │ Router: traditional │ ├────────────┬──────┬──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┬────────────────────┤ │ SERVICE │ STAT │ URL/PORT │ INFO │ │ │ │ │ NodeJS:16 │ ├────────────┼──────┼──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┼────────────────────┤ │ db │ OK │ InDocker: db:3306 │ mariadb:10.4 │ │ │ │ Host: │ User/Pass: 'db/db' │ │ │ │ │ or 'root/root' │ ├────────────┼──────┼──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┼────────────────────┤ │ PHPMyAdmin │ OK │ https://bawdhall-admin.ddev.site:8037 │ │ │ │ │ InDocker: dba:80,80 │ │ │ │ │ `ddev launch -p` │ │ ├────────────┼──────┼──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┼────────────────────┤ │ Mailhog │ │ MailHog: https://bawdhall-admin.ddev.site:8026 │ │ │ │ │ `ddev launch -m` │ │ ├────────────┼──────┼──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┼────────────────────┤ │ All URLs │ │ https://bawdhall-admin.ddev.site,, http://bawdhall-admin.ddev.site, │ │ │ │ │ │ │ Any ideas?
  12. Added a fix for the on-demand mirroring at the beginning of the hook: //Don't execute for backups!! $backtrace = DEBUG::backtrace(); foreach($backtrace as $item) { if(strpos($item['file'], 'ProcessDatabaseBackups')) return; }
  13. Just posting this here as I raised an issue some time ago about TextformatterHannaCode module, which has not been responded to or addressed (see https://processwire.com/talk/topic/3745-hanna-code/page/18/?tab=comments#comment-217245 and https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessHannaCode/issues/26). I have also recently raised a PR (https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessHannaCode/pull/27) to fix it. Essentially the problem is that, if you have a PHP Hanna Code which is namespaced (ProcessWire), then the module will remove the namespace (irritating in itself), but also (and maybe more seriously) it will omit the line if(!defined("PROCESSWIRE")) die("no direct access"); which is potentially a security weakness. The PR is a simple one-word fix.
  14. A slightly odd case this: I have a WSL/Docker/ddev setup that has been working very well. Then, for no apparent reason, Docker Desktop failed to start the docker engine. I tried all the suggested fixes without success so decided to uninstall it and run Docker from within WSL instead. After successfully doing that, I found that the db was empty so PW would not run. I imported a recent backup database from the production site into the empty db using phpMyAdmin and it appeared to be OK. However, on running the PW site, I got a 500 error. I tried importing an old dev backup and that worked OK. So, now I had PW running in dev, but not with the latest database. I then tried to use the PW backup tools to download the latest version from the live site and upload it into the dev site and got the following message after clicking 'upload': ProcessDatabaseBackups: File could not be downloaded (https://[Database path].sql) 403 Forbidden: (tried: curl) Any idea what might be causing this and how to fix it? At the moment I am stuck without being able to work on a current database version and can't get it successfully imported via either phpMyAdmin or PW. One thing that looks rather odd is that the message says it can't be downloaded (not uploaded) and that the database path given is a path to site/assets/files on the LIVE site. EDIT: Also, I see that the uploaded backup IS listed on the backups page. However, restoring it results in errors*. All a bit random and confusing! * The error appear to be because not all modules are loaded. Commenting out the calls and refreshing the modules seems to fix this.
  15. MarkE

    Hanna Code

    @ryan - this still seems to be open. I assume the intention is not to add the namespace if it isn't in the hanna PHP code, otherwise it should be added and so should the 'die'. I think, in that case, the fix is simple - replace the line `$code = str_replace($openPHP, "$openPHP\n$firstLine\n", $code);` by `$code = str_replace($php, "$openPHP\n$firstLine\n", $code);` The existing line does not work because, if namespace was in the code it has been removed, but $opnPHP includes it, so the str_replace does not operate. I have created a PR for this ----------------- If you do not have namespace declarations in your hanna code php and need them, then the following executed in Tracy console seems to do the trick: $h = $modules->get('TextformatterHannaCode'); $codes = $h->hannaCodes(); $codesAll = $codes->getAll(); foreach($codesAll as $code) { $codeString = $code->code; if(!strpos($codeString, 'namespace')) { $codeString = str_replace('?php', '?php namespace ProcessWire;', $codeString); } $code->code = $codeString; $codes->save($code); }
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