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*** ATTENTION YANKIDANK ***

USERS, please do not change you files before it is signaled by YankiDank.

This is a fix to libssettings-from-db.php

There is a major bug in the foreach and IF statements that is incorrectly assigning smarty variable to some of the results pulled from the config table.

the changes are reflected on my forked pligg at

https://github.com/redwinefireplace/pligg-cms/commit/ce4027357c6d4b4eef2d756c89e719b74269436f

I tried to push it to your github and I don't know if it went through or not.

See the links for details on how the process was and a comparison table of all the 87 variables before and after the fix.

http://mymonalisasmile.com/upload/fix-to-settings-from-db.html

http://mymonalisasmile.com/upload/fix-to-settings-from-db-variables.html

Possible Answers

    Thanks for your contribution. It didn't show up as a Pull request on Pligg's Github page, but I've manually applied the changes and re-bundled Pligg 2.0.2 to include the changes in the 2.0.2.zip file found here: https://github.com/Pligg/pligg-cms/releases/tag/2.0.2

    | Posted 43 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Great and thank you for all your efforts.

    If you find it easier, I will from now on apply any modification to the code like I did this time on the forked version and mention it in a post here for you, and you can pull it if you find it suitable to apply.

    | Posted 43 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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