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  1. Noticed a potential bug on 2.5.2 if saving a page field reference to the page you're currently on (no idea why one would want to ) Seems to reload a blank page.
  2. After upgrading from 2.3 to 2.5 on a site I have a 500 internal server error. All file permissions and ownership settings seem correct. I changed out the 'wire' directory and replaced the .htaccess and index.php files. Also I added a line to site/config.php $config->httpHosts = array('acarchitects.biz', 'www.acarchitects.biz'); I have had to revert back to the original version meantime. Is there anything that might have been missed?
  3. In early August I installed the dev branch of ProcessWire 2.5. I'd like to upgrade to the latest dev version. Does that entail just uploading the latest version of the files, then checking the install.sql file and making changes to the database manually? Unfortunately, I did not make note of which Git commit it was I installed from, though I could probably narrow it down to the date. The footer reports v2.4.10, but I don't think that's correct? Thanks for any help. I'm new to running dev versions of PW.
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