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Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Florian Schmitz)
There is a simple way how you can easily and quickly open a Flyspray task in Firefox you might not know yet. First, rightclick in the "show task" input box (top right) of Flyspray. Choose "Add a keyword for this search". In the following window ... [More] , enter any Name and use "fs" as Keyword. That's it. Now you can type "fs 123" in the Location/URL bar to open task FS#123 in your Flyspray installation In fact, you can also type "fs string" to search for tasks that contain string in its summary. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Florian Schmitz)
There is a simple way how you can easily and quickly open a Flyspray task in Firefox you might not know yet. First, rightclick in the "show task" input box (top right) of Flyspray. Choose "Add a keyword for this search". In the following window ... [More] , enter any Name and use "fs" as Keyword. That's it. Now you can type "fs 123" in the Location/URL bar to open task FS#123 in your Flyspray installation In fact, you can also type "fs string" to search for tasks that contain string in its summary. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP5. Update: In fact, already version 1.0 will be PHP5 only. The release date is still unkown though. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP4. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP4. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP5. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP5. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Yup, The time has come, developers agree, It is now official, Flyspray 1.0 (to be out by the end of this year) will be the last version with PHP4 support, in the future our software will run exclusively on PHP 5.1 or later (including use of ... [More] features present in PHP 5.2 as well upcoming PHP6), this will help us to cleanup and improve our code significantly and make use of the enormous amount of benefits that PHP5 provides. We are joining among other FOSS projects like phpMyAdmin, Drupal, Typo3, Symfony to the GoPHP5 initiative so, effectively on February 5, 2008 we will only produce and recieve code contributions that runs in PHP5 and are E_STRICT error mode aware. However, the last PHP4 releases will still be mantained but only for security bugs or major regressions, no new features. for at least 3/4 months since the 1.0 release, so you have more than a year from now on to upgrade your PHP version. It is time to move on folks, PHP4 is dead, long live to PHP5. Update: In fact, already version 1.0 will be PHP5 only. The release date is still unkown though. [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Just in case someday you want to integrate your latest bug reports in your website, you can do that with this micro RSS reader PHP: <?php ... [More] $feed = new SimpleXmlElement('http://bugs.flyspray.org/feed.php?feed_type=rss1&project=1', NULL, TRUE); foreach ($feed->item as $bug) {         vprintf('<a href="%2$s">%1$s</a><br/>', $bug); } ?> Replace the URL with the one of your BTS ( PHP5 with SimpleXML required) . [Less]
Posted almost 12 years ago by nos...@example.com (Cristian Rodriguez)
Just in case someday you want to integrate your latest bug reports in your website, you can do that with this micro RSS reader PHP: <?php ... [More] $feed = new SimpleXmlElement('http://bugs.flyspray.org/feed.php?feed_type=rss1&project=1', NULL, TRUE); foreach ($feed->item as $bug) {          printf('<a href="%s">%s</a></br>', $bug->link, $bug->title); } ?> Replace the URL with the one of your BTS ( PHP5 with SimpleXML required) . Remember to save a cache of your feeds on disk as well, otherwise this will request the file over and over again and will slow down your server significantly if you have enough traffic in your site [Less]