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  1. Craig A Rodway

    Hello! I've now got more than a handful of websites running ProcessWire - some running from master and some on development. As Development branch sometimes moves rather fast and I want to keep certain sites up to date with those changes, I wanted to make the upgrade process a bit quicker and smoother if I'm going to be doing it more often. I made a quick and dirty bash script to handle this for me and thought I'd share it for others to make use of. I've only tested it on the hosting platform I use - Vidahost Cloud - which is Linux-based and has Git installed. So you'll probably need that sort of environment too Get it here: wire-upgrade.sh. The basic concept is as follows: Clone ProcessWire dev or master branch from Github to a temporary directory. Move the wire directory from the repository into the current directory named wire.new Rename wire to wire.backup.... Rename wire.new to wire Remove the temporary directory from step 1. The script should be ran in the site's root folder - the same level as the "wire" directory. Just specify which branch you want to upgrade to (master or dev) as the parameter (see comments at the top of the script for an example). My shell scripting skills are a bit on the rusty side these days, but I think I've got most bases covered. Any feedback, improvements, comments or suggestions are very welcome
  2. After upgrading from PW 2.3.2 to PW 2.3.13 (also tried 2.3.15) - I get the following fatal error (500): All I do in this special template / script, is pull data from PW and generate a PDF with the tcpdf library. It used to work fine before the PW upgrade. Q: The hoster is still running PHP 5.3.3 - the readme on the Github page (dev branch) says "minimum PHP version = 5.3.8. Could this be the culprit? btw - I had other very strange errors with various often-used modules when upgrading (module manager, xml-sitemap etc.) - but I want to try and solve each puzzle one by one...
  3. Christoph

    Hi there, I just wanted to update Processwire from 2.2.0 to 2.2.9 and downloaded the latest version from Github. Then I replaced the /wire folder and the index.php. When trying to edit a page I got an error message that something was wrong in ProcessPageEdit.module. After some trying I decided to go back to my initial version, deleted the new and re-established the old /wire folder and index.php. And no comes the real problem. It became even worse and now I can't get into the admin anymore. Very confusing. Any idea how to solve that?