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Bug in the tester script

Discussion in 'General Support' started by keithlee, May 21, 2005.

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  1. keithlee

    keithlee New Member


    I've just installed Fedora 3 and began my installation of Easy Calendar. Once I downloaded the tester script, I realized that I needed to install the Zend Optimizer. Well, after I successfully install the Zend Optimizer (checked it with phpinfo), the tester script still complained about an incompatible version. I found the culprit to be a small the version numbers being interpreted improperly when being converted to ints for numerical comparison. I've added this line to the script to fix the problem:

    $version = str_replace(".","",$version);

    It simply removes the . inbetween the major.minor.revision numbers.

    My initial comparison was of the numbers: 2.5.5 (the minimun version) and 2.5.10 (my currently installed version). The original script found that 2.5.5 is greater that 2.5.10 which ( became 2.5.1).

    I hope this correct.

    --Keith Lee
  2. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    Thanks for pointing this out. This has been fixed and is in the current tester download.
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