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Author danger
#1 | Posted: 23 Sep 2006 12:14 
It would be really nice, if the minibb's code was properly indented and the files provided in the zip were in unix format. For example, I'm trying to upgrade our 2.0 to 2.0.2 and I can't see well what have been changed, because the index.php I have on the site is in unix format ant the provided index.php is in the dos format, so the diff program thinks the files is whole changed.

Author danger
#2 | Posted: 23 Sep 2006 12:15 
oops, it's vice-versa the 2.0 has dos format while the 2.0.2 has unix format...

Author Paul
Lead Developer
#3 | Posted: 25 Sep 2006 03:57 | Edited by: Paul 
We already have posted few threads about why the code is not indented. It's done by purpose. We're interested that only advanced coders, with a level closer to our own, are modifying the scripts. Nothing and never will be changed in that case.

I think, you're wrong about Unix format of files in the latest package also. We're always trying to store all files (also as other miniBB addons and PHP scripts) in Windows format (i.e. all line endings are CR+LF). I've re-checked what we have in the package, and discovered the only files in Unix format:


So I've updated them and now all files should be in Windows (DOS) format again. Feel free to report us if you see improper format anywhere in the miniBB packages. Thanks!

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