Serendipity 1.5.2 released

Serendipity 1.5.2 has been released to address the outstanding issue of SQLite installations with Serendipity. Upgrading an earlier version of Serendipity prior to 1.5.1 to this version should work without any problems, fixing the database upgrades that were faulty in Serendipity 1.5.1. This is the same patch that has been advertised in the old blog posting.

Users who had upgraded to Serendipity 1.5 already can fix problems by checking the database table 'serendipity' and make sure to insert a md5 hashed password, with hashtype=0.

SQLite users should backup their database file (a random file name ending in .db) before updating. For users of other database systems, the Serendipity 1.5.2 update does not contain any changes and can be left out.

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Anonymous on at :

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>LITE: 1.5.2 (January 25th, 2009)
Should be 2010.

mo-cacher on at :

Did I understand right: If I don't use SQLite and running 1.5.1 now, there's no need to upgrade?

Garvin on at :

If you are running 1.5.1 fine right now (which means you probably used the SQL file mentioned in the other posting, right?) then you don't need to upgrade, exact.

eeee on at :

great job

mireille rencontre on at :

"Users who had upgraded to Serendipity 1.5 already can fix problems by checking the database table 'serendipity' and make sure to insert a md5 hashed password, with hashtype=0."
Done! It works perfectly now! Thank you very much!
A big Serendipity fan...

Wendy on at :

Great One.

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