Upgrade Instructions for PostNuke 0.71.3
N.B. Please back up your PostNuke directory before attempting this upgrade.
This version of PostNuke includes a new version of the autolinks code, as the old one had a number of bugs and performance issues which required a
re-write of the module. Before installing this patch please go to the Modules administration screen and deactivate and remove the 'Autolink' module.
Once this has been done you can remove the following files/directories from your PostNuke directory:
and apply the patch. Once the patch has been applied run 'Regenerate' from the Modules administration screen, and initialise and activate the new Autolinks module. To get autolinks working with news, edit the 'News' module from the Modules administration screen and select the 'Activate Autolinks for this module' checkbox.
This patch has no database changes so no upgrade scripts need to be run to migrate from 0.712 to this version.
Changelog for PostNuke 0.71.3
- Adding users no longer gives output error
- Extra tags added to allowed HTML
- Users without URLs now longer show up as having a web page of 'http://'
- Various fixes and tidy-ups to comments system
- Autolinks migrated to utility module, many bug fixes and performance improvements
- Clearer information on intranet setting during install/upgrade
- Better handling of error conditions when posting news
- Can now change the name of the group that new users get assigned to
- Various fixes when upgrading from previous versions
- Pager works correctly when passed bad info in perpage
- More explicit messages when modules fail to initialise
- Template module now sets options correctly
- Administration menus now show up for the right people
- Worked around bug in earlier versions of PHP that stopped users from logging in
- Upgrade process now successfully removes all instances of composite field _T* in administration messages
- Permissions system now copes with permissions setups where admins and sub-admins do not have their admin permissions first in the list
- Downloads should now show HTML correctly in descriptions and ratings
- Modules such as Andromeda which rely on downloading files to a harddrive now work under all browsers
- Display of comments and news posts during editing now shows HTML tags correctly