BlogCFC 3.6.3 Released

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Minor updates:

  • There was a bug with getActiveDays and mySQL. Peter (not sure of his last name) found it and even wrote the fix for it. Thank you, Peter!
  • I hate to release just bug fixes, so I also added (officially) Stats. It now works in all three databases. Enjoy the table-goodness. I wanted to added some charts, but thought that would be overkill. I tend to go crazy with charts. I was even considering a chart showing how many posts you did per day of the week, per month, etc. Then I slowly pulled my hands away from the keyboard and took a deep breath...
  • BlogCFC.doc updated to mention stats.
  • The error template will now dump the error if you are in design mode.
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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Peter J. Farrell posted on 4/5/2005 at 2:56 AM

Thanks for the your praising words Ray! Wow, you were fast with the update!


Comment 2 by tony of the weeg clan posted on 4/5/2005 at 9:41 AM

man, that happens to me all the time...

esp. if a client is one who doesnt want to pay too much, i have to tell myself, code to the dollar amount not "WHAT YOU CAN DO AMOUNT" cause those are usually two VERY different things.

we musnt whore ourselves as developers, we must make the market favorable to US!

:) sorry, but yeah, i have the same problem sometimes!