Announcement

#1 2019-04-09 12:10:26

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13200

Piwigo 2.9.5

Hello Piwigo community,

Piwigo 2.9.5 is ready for new installations and updates.

It's been a long time, nearly 9 months, since the last version of Piwigo was released. We are actively working on Piwigo 2.10 but for now, let's get some bugs fixed on Piwigo 2.9. We fixed a bug introduced in 2.9.4 on the user manager, made Piwigo compatible with PHP 7.3.3, fixed a compatibility issue with Piwigo Remote Sync, updated 17 languages and improved the speed on the album edition page.

Thank you to bug reporters, pull-requesters like Peter Stimpel and our active translation team!

https://piwigo.org/screenshots/piwigo-295-announcement.png

See full details on the Piwigo 2.9.5 Release Notes

Have a nice update!

--
Piwigo Team

Offline

#2 2019-04-09 20:36:32

PEU
Member
Buenos Aires, Argentina
2017-02-12
55

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Thanks!!!

Offline

#3 2019-04-09 21:42:54

executive
Member
2017-08-16
602

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Update successful. Thank you Piwigo team.

Offline

#4 2019-04-09 22:55:37

sunbeam11
Member
Germany's South-West
2017-07-21
7

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Automatic Update worked fine. Again: Thank you Piwigo Team!

Offline

#5 2019-04-09 23:24:42

executive
Member
2017-08-16
602

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

I switched PHP to version 7.3.3 and so far so good.

No deprecated warnings :D

Offline

#6 2019-04-10 03:40:59

windracer
Member
St. Pete, FL
2014-12-28
233

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Updated both of my sites without issue ... nice work!

Offline

#7 2019-04-10 10:57:53

Jonathan Webb
Guest

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Merci :o)

I updated both my installations with no problems.

Piwigo is fantastic

#8 2019-04-11 01:12:59

erAck
Member
2015-09-06
227

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Works fine, thanks!


Running Piwigo at https://erack.net/gallery/

Offline

#9 2019-04-19 15:19:13

ahtoagah
Member
2019-01-25
5

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Hi!

Is there a "changelog" somewhere so I can see which files had major changes? I did some customising and I would like to know which files I will need to focus on to restore those customisations.

Thanks for your help! Looking forward to upgrading!

Offline

#10 2019-04-20 12:00:04

erAck
Member
2015-09-06
227

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

It's not necessary to record in a ChangeLog which files were changed when (and not many projects do). For that, the code repository exists that you can clone and analyze its history.

If you do local modifications to distributed files then commit the originals and modifications to a git repository of your own so later you can check after an upgrade which of these were changed and re-apply your modifications. For such local changes to a repository of distributed  files an approach of a series of patches comes in handy, which in a git repository can be done using Stacked Git (stg command), package stgit in many Linux distributions, see http://procode.org/stgit/


Running Piwigo at https://erack.net/gallery/

Offline

#11 2019-06-03 22:26:40

Sergio Lontro
Guest

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

I’m currently trying to update my “Piwigo” photo website, but when I try to do it, I get the following error message:

Could not make the query numbered : 0
MySQL Error No : 1146
MySQL Error : Table 'msergio_piwi181.config' doesn't exist

When I check the database with "MySQL® Databases", I find the line "[msergio_piwi181.piwi_config] OK “.

What can be the problem?

Thanks in advance for any support.

Best Regards,

#12 2019-06-04 10:36:17

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13200

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

erAck wrote:

It's not necessary to record in a ChangeLog which files were changed when (and not many projects do). For that, the code repository exists that you can clone and analyze its history.

That's the best way to learn more about changes.

You can also download your base version and the last version and compare them. I use "diff" command line for that. You will immediately see which files were modified, but you won't have the details provided by Git.

Offline

#13 2019-06-07 04:42:15

silekonn
Member
2019-06-07
1

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Piwigo is listed as a replacement for Gallery (http://galleryproject.org/), a web photo sharing solution.  It looks similar.  The problem with the demo version is it appears to require a plugin to upload photos.

Are any plans in place to use something easier for novice and/or security conscious users (e. g. the elderly)?  How about the photo size limit?  Any assistance is appreciated.  TIA

Offline

#14 2019-06-07 11:18:08

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13200

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Hi Silekonn,

silekonn wrote:

Piwigo is listed as a replacement for Gallery (http://galleryproject.org/), a web photo sharing solution.  It looks similar.  The problem with the demo version is it appears to require a plugin to upload photos.

A plugin to upload photos? It should not. The upload form in the administration is available "right after" installing Piwigo.

The upload form available in the gallery (as opposed to "the administration") is indeed provided by a plugin Community.

silekonn wrote:

Are any plans in place to use something easier for novice and/or security conscious users (e. g. the elderly)?

The upload form in Piwigo 2.10 is simpler than in Piwigo 2.9 :-) And it's for everybody, not only for novice users.

silekonn wrote:

How about the photo size limit?

There is technically none.

Offline

Board footer

Powered by FluxBB

github twitter facebook google+ newsletter Donate Piwigo.org © 2002-2019 · Contact