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SiteBuilder 1.0.2 - New Features?

Discussion in 'Legacy Sitebuilder Software' started by nathanjberry, Dec 8, 2004.

  1. nathanjberry

    nathanjberry Guest

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    SW-Soft just can't keep still! 2 updates in 2 days.

    What is new in 1.0.2? and is it worth upgrading from 1.0.0?

    Thanks
     
  2. Pagemakers

    Pagemakers Silver Pleskian

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    Well I've just upgraded from 1.00 to 1.02 but the 'about' page shows 1.01 and now I only have 1 language and not 3!

    Confused.
     
  3. dvdpa

    dvdpa Guest

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    Hi

    I have tried to update from 1.0.0 to 1.0.2 and need a
    dependency not offered via Redhat ent channel ( php-domxml)
    any ideas where to locate this rpm?

    Thanks

    Chuck
     
  4. Bobby

    Bobby Guest

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    Hi,


    ftp://download1.sw-soft.com/SiteBuilder/1.0/sitebuilder_psa-1.0.2-fc2.build041208.13.txt
    What's new in Sitebuilder v.1.0.2 for PSA build 04120813
    ============================================
    [*] 1. Localization package loading error fixed
    [*] 2. New languages added: Japanese, Spanish, Italian
    [*] 3. WYSIWYG editor: errors fixed
    [*] 4. Installation problems fixed
    [*] 5. PPWSE and SiteBuilder compatibility problem resolved



    Regards,

    Bobby
     
  5. mac0310

    mac0310 Guest

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    php-domxml

    I see someone else has asked the question but I don't see an answer regarding how to deal with the -

    php-domxml is needed by Sitebuilder_psa-1.1.0-fc2.build041215.19

    dependency issue. Any thoughts?
     
  6. mac0310

    mac0310 Guest

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    php-domxml update

    To respond to several follow-up questions I should clarify that resolving the php-domxml dependency issue by simply downloading the RPM and installing it is easy enough but the point is why was it left out of SW-Soft's installation.

    When a vendor provides an installation package I do not automatically assume that it is flawed and that it is up to me to fix it. I moved to Plesk from an open source project because I did not have the time to do everything myself. I am prepared to pay for someone else to do the leg-work but instead I feel like I am back where I started.
     
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