[wp-hackers] 2.0 trackback issues progress?
r at schestowitz.com
Sun Jan 29 20:57:06 GMT 2006
_____/ On Sun 29 Jan 2006 12:55:42 GMT, [forsale] wrote : \_____
> On Jan 29, 2006, at 4:16 AM, Podz wrote:
>> forsale at imaginekitty.com wrote:
>>> I've been away and was wondering when the fixes for the trackback issues
>>> were going to be incorporated into the nightly builds. I'd like to test
>>> for progress and offer further assistance.
>> Trackbacks work :)
>> In RC-1 as announced they didn't if you ran php as cgi but Ryan and Andy
>> got that sorted and my testblog is now sending (I had 4 emails yesterday
>> asking why a trackback people had made 3 weeks ago suddenly came
>> through). Go try:
> Hi Podz,
> I did try and it doesn't work if you try a pingback and a trackback
> in the same post. If you do only the pingback comes through. I
> tried this with your Test blog with the same results.
> My test blog is also still available for anyone wanting to test.
What is the URL? Will there be access to the Administration Panel?
> How can I identify if my server runs php as cgi? I think it is just
> time to find a server that does not do this.
From the command-line:
If you have cPanel, more details will show up in the main panel.
_____/ On Sun 29 Jan 2006 13:26:20 GMT, [forsale] added : \_____
> OK, I may have found something. Multiple pings will work fine but a
> trackback will only work if it is alone.
An issue was raised about a month ago. There was an ambiguity which in-
volved URL delimiters, which were said to be either spaces or commas
(these lead to yet another ambiguity). Which did you try? I can vividly
recall doing a test with multiple blogs and posting about success with the
lastest nightly (at the time... January-ish).
> Two or more trackbacks in one post causes the first to go out but all
> others fail. A trackback and a pingback causes the trackback to
> fail. I have not tried multiple pingbacks with a trackback yet but
> will upon my return.
This sounds as though the URL's are not properly separated.
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