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SimpleComments has been updated yet again. This new version includes support for dynamic templates courtesy of Brad Choate. It also fixes a bug that caused an incorrect list of comments to appear if you used SimpleComments outside of an entry with the lastn attribute and had recent unapproved comments. The plugin now appears in the MT3 user interface as an installed plugin.

Also new is an easier install method thanks to the elimination of the MTPlugins::SimpleComments.pm file. All the plugin’s functions are still deferred until you actually use them, but the module code is now all encapsulated in the main plugin file thanks to SelfLoader. The idea came from Brad Choate — his Perl Fu is obviously much stronger than mine.

Arvind
October 24, 2004 3:03 AM

So now there's no use for the PHP SimpleComments from a few days ago ?

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October 24, 2004 3:11 AM

Latest SimpleComments

Excerpt: Latest SimpleComments...

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October 24, 2004 8:15 AM

Latest SimpleComments

Excerpt: New version of SimpleComments out which is more streamlined and natively supports dynamic templates. Yay for Brad Choate.

Adam Kalsey
October 24, 2004 9:05 AM

Arvind: Use either one. I've included Brad's in the download because it's released under the same license as my original and because Brad wrote it with the intention of making it part of the product. Both dynamic plugins to essentially the same thing, you can use either one.

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October 25, 2004 12:11 AM

SimpleComments

Excerpt: 1.1 SimpleComments can now be used outside an entry. 1.32 adds dynamic option, along with some fixes and easier installation....

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October 27, 2004 9:13 AM

MTSimpleComments error

Excerpt: I just installed the latest version (1.32) of the MTSimpleComments plugin, but receive an error when scheduled posts are being built.

Mike Steinbaugh
November 9, 2004 7:50 AM

The new version works great. Thanks Adam and Brad!

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December 14, 2004 7:21 AM

Simple Comments, Brad Choate

Excerpt: SimpleComments has been updated yet again. This new version includes support for dynamic templates courtesy of Brad Choate. It also fixes a bug that caused an incorrect list of comments to appear if you used SimpleComments outside of an...

me
May 31, 2006 10:00 PM

ummm. where is the download??????

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