[buddypress-dev] README - if you have a BuddyPress installation
andypeatling at automattic.com
Fri Jul 18 16:31:57 GMT 2008
Sure thing, jump into IRC if you can and we can discuss. #buddypress
On 16-Jul-08, at 8:39 PM, Joey Guerra wrote:
> i'm fixing links when i get a chance too. do you want to coordinate
> any of this work with me?
> On Jul 16, 2008, at 11:52 AM, Andy Peatling wrote:
>> --- Adding this to a new thread ---
>> I'm going to be doing some heavy debugging today and fix these
>> issues people are having with links.
>> Firstly however, let me clear a few things up with installations:
>> - I am developing BuddyPress on the latest stable release of WPMU
>> (1.5.1) so please don't expect it to work on the latest build in
>> SVN. I keep a copy to test with, but I can't spend time tweaking
>> every-time some code is changed right now.
>> - Secondly - *don't* mix and match tagged components with the
>> trunk! Either only run tagged components OR run all components from
>> the trunk. For instance - if you run the tagged 0.2 version of the
>> core and then try and install the latest friends component, things
>> will break.
>> So just to make sure everyone gets that - if you want to run the
>> bleeding edge stuff - install everything in trunk, and nothing in
>> the tags directory. However, if you're happy to run more stable
>> component versions and are okay to wait until new components are
>> tagged... don't install anything from the trunk.
>> - I can't guarantee anything is going to run on a windows server. I
>> have no windows servers to test with. If you want to run BuddyPress
>> then you'll need a linux/apache server for now.
>> - Lastly, groups will be re-structured to fit the style of the
>> other components. It will also not show anything in the default
>> theme yet. I'm getting to it ASAP.
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