Finally upgraded my install of BlogCFC…

Posted by Dan on Mar 29, 2009 @ 3:08 PM

[UPDATED: Sunday, March 29, 2009 at 9:03:32 PM]

Well, I spent some time this afternoon upgrading my version of BlogCFC. This was a bit of a task, because I had fixed a number of issues I've come across in the past few years. However, Beyond Compare 3 made this task relatively painless—a bit time consuming, but painless. I was able to merge my version to BlogCFC v5.9.004 in just a couple of hours.

I really need to send Raymond my lastest merge since it does address a number of issues—a couple with the Administration section (regarding enclosures/images and I added a "Comments" tab to the "Entry Editor" pages) and a number of issues with the XML-RPC code (which seems to be pretty rock solid now—even allowing for editing of saved, but not published entries.)

Anyway, if you notice any problems with comments or any errors in general, please let me know.

Categories: Personal


  • Dude. That's like soooo last year. I just released :) Please send me your mods, but in terms of XML-RPC, another user also has had issues. I would _greatly_ appreciate it if you could work together to ensure all your fixes work well together and then send me one file.

    Pretty please with sugar on top? You can find the other blog entry here:

    Just leave em a comment.
  • Weird... I just downloaded the BlogCFC just the other day. I looks like the version is, but I could have sworn I saw somewhere in the code I was merging.

    Also, the problem that Andrew mentions is one of the issues I resolved. The solution I implemented was a bit of a hack, but I essentially added another argument which allows you to bypass the authentication check--which worked well for the XML-RPC calls.

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