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SimpleComments and MT 3.3

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If you are using SimpleComments, don’t install the Movable Type 3.3 beta just yet. A change in how 3.3 validates the database columns for built-in MT objects has broken a hack I was using to check if a comment was a ping or a comment.

The incomparable Brad Choate has suggested a way to fix that, so a new release will be forthcoming as soon as I’ve fully tested it. If you’re feeling brave and want to help me test it, let me know and I’ll send you a copy.

Update: You can get SimpleComments 1.33 now.

Brook
June 27, 2006 1:56 AM

Hi Adam, I'd certainly be interested in testing it out (mainly because I hastily upgraded without checking here first. \*embarrassed\*)

mugen
June 29, 2006 6:51 PM

Hi adam. Thank you for yoiur useful plug-in. please send me a new version copy for MT 3.3.

Dan Wolfgang
July 10, 2006 3:30 PM

As another person who upgraded to 3.3 without checking out what may or may not be compatible... I'd be interested in trying the updated version.

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