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Upgrade to 1.1.3 - Error appearing
Have upgraded to 1.1.3 but empty forums are receiving the following error:

Can't use an undefined value as an ARRAY reference at /usr/local/etc/httpd/htdocs/taboan.balita.org/cgi-bin/admin/GForum/Forum.pm line 364.

What should I look for ...

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Re: [balita] Upgrade to 1.1.3 - Error appearing In reply to
I had someone else run into this problem as well. It happens only when viewing an empty forum in expanded mode. If you replace the admin/GForum/Forum.pm file with the attached copy it should fix the problem.

Jason Rhinelander
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Re: [Jagerman] Upgrade to 1.1.3 - Error appearing -- GT::Base::_format_err In reply to

first upgrade I try and it spews ... well so far not that bad.

1.) I'm getting a 1.1.2 update version on the upgrade screen Crazy
2.) gforum_Amcestor.def doesn't exist. blah blah

results.... 3 tries .. same errors.
lost my changes to html formatting ... err ... no local usage here. (personal choice)

adding a screenshot

openoffice + gimp + sketch ... Smile
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Re: [QooQ] Upgrade to 1.1.3 - Error appearing -- GT::Base::_format_err In reply to
my slapdash fix .... Angelic

I uploaded my gforum_Ancestor.def from my desktop version.

which produced the following errors. See attachment for what they looked like.
17" monitor wasn't wide enough to fit all the stuff on the right ...

redid the install ... 2nd time after the upload of the ancestor file.
this time around got through everything.

redid the install ... a 3rd time ... to triple make sure everything went fine Smile
resulting effort gave ....
Performing Gossamer Forum 1.1.2 -> 1.1.3 upgrades...

Removing stale references to Ancestor table...
Gossamer Forum 1.1.2 -> 1.1.3 upgrades performed.

Hopefully everything is now dandy!

NOTE: maybe the installer should check instead of Unarchiving all files. hmmm ... but then again ... if somebody changed anything it would only know whats there rather than "whats in there". having a diff function might be nice though. OH well ....

openoffice + gimp + sketch ... Smile