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upgrade from 4.04 to 4.05
by Kyle55155
15 Jul 2010 20:11

I am suffering from the missing cms button issue so I guess I need to go to 4.05. I have a lot of mods including manual code edits to the header template, navbar, footer, chrome, etc. custom images, etc, etc. I don't want to have redo all my manual code edits. Can I copy just the changed files from 4.05 plus upgrade.php and copy that to my existing forum directory and run the upgrade?

This is the list of changed files I got :
* group.php
* includes/class_facebook.php
* includes/functions_forumdisplay.php
* includes/vbulletin_credits.php
* includes/class_bbcode.php
* includes/class_datastore.php
* includes/functions_calendar.php
* includes/block/cmsarticles.php
* includes/functions_search.php
* includes/adminfunctions_template.php
* includes/class_core.php
* includes/class_postbit.php
* includes/xml/product-vbcms.xml
* includes/xml/product-vbblog.xml
* includes/xml/style_generator_sample_light.xml
* includes/xml/style_generator_sample_white.xml
* includes/facebook/facebook.php
* editor.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentcmscomments.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentblogcomments.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentthreads.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/myfriends.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/tagcloud.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/searchwidget.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentposts.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recent.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentblog.php
* packages/vbcms/widget/recentarticle.php
* packages/vbcms/controller/list.php
* packages/vbcms/contentmanager.php
* packages/vbcms/item/widget/tagcloud.php
* packages/vbcms/item/content/phpeval.php
* packages/vbcms/item/content/article.php
* packages/vbcms/dm/node.php
* packages/vbcms/permissions.php
* packages/vbcms/widget.php
* packages/vbcms/content/phpeval.php
* packages/vbcms/content/article.php
* packages/vbcms/content/section.php
* packages/vbcms/content/staticpage.php
* packages/vbcms/comments.php
* moderation.php
* usercp.php
* install/vbulletin-settings.xml
* install/vbulletin-adminhelp.xml
* install/vbulletin-style.xml
* install/upgrade_language_en.php
* install/upgradeX.php
* install/installsteps.php
* install/cmsdefaultdata/default_data_queries.php
* install/upgrademain.php
* install/vbulletin-language.xml
* install/upgrade_404.php
* install/upgrade_405.php
* store_sitemap
* member.php
* images/cms/tag.png
* subscription.php
* admincp/template.php
* admincp/sitemap.php
* admincp/cms_content_admin.php
* admincp/stylevar.php
* archive/global.php
* archive/index.php
* clientscript/jquery/jquery.tooltip.js
* clientscript/vbulletin_overlay.js
* clientscript/vbulletin_ajax_suggest.js
* clientscript/vbulletin-core.js


thanks

KevinL 15 Jul 2010 20:20

Those changes really shouldn't make a difference with this upgrade. I just upgraded my dev board and none of my themes had any changes in them.

CrosseyedGamer 15 Jul 2010 21:42

I was thinking about the same thing as I also have a bit of edits to consider.. I tend to grab my shotgun on the days I do an upgrade just incase something goes wrong. lol

Kyle55155 16 Jul 2010 04:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by CrosseyedGamer (Post 2069679)
I was thinking about the same thing as I also have a bit of edits to consider.. I tend to grab my shotgun on the days I do an upgrade just incase something goes wrong. lol

I did the upgrade today and it seemed to go pretty smooth. Then afterwards I noticed that config.php still shows version 4.04. Then I noticed one of the new files in the download is
upgrade_405.php.

I didn't rename this file and just ran the upgrade by going to mysite/install/upgrade.php.

Not sure if I did this correctly.


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