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Renamed GitHub repo from P21 to ProcessWire

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The GitHub repo was just renamed from P21 to ProcessWire. For those that are pulling from this repo, you'll need to update your remote origin. To do that, type this at the command prompt in your PW installation:

git remote set-url origin git://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire

…or this (apparently required for older versions of Git):

git remote rm origin
git remote add origin git://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire

If you are using a graphical client for Git, then I'm sure it's just a matter of clicking to a 'remote origin' setting and replacing the P21 URL with: git://github.com/ryancramerdesign/ProcessWire

Thanks to Robert Zelník for the instructions on how to do this.

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I also wanted to add that some other major updates were committed this morning (template field context, page inputfields that can add pages, and some other minor things). In order to add the template field context, I had to make a small schema change to one of the tables. This happens automatically on the first pageview. However, because a change is being made rather than rendering that first pageview, you may see an error. Don't be alarmed. Just hit reload/refresh in your browser and all should be good. Like with all updates, it's a good idea to backup your DB and files before installing or pulling it in.

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Nice stuff Ryan! I updated, but cannot get template field context working? Should they work by just clicking field title from template view?

It was an cache issue. CTRL + R few times did the trick.

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Can't wait to start using those shiny new commits on my next project.

I'm glad the repo name has a changed too - much easier for newbies like myself.

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