Tips and Tricks

Jaws 0.8.8 repacked

we forget to include latest Piwi changes in the jaws 0.8.8 tarballs. This issue caused some (fatal) errors with users who uses Emoticons plugin.

We've uploaded the tarball again including the latest Piwi changes.

*NOTE: This is not a bug fix release, we are just uploading the jaws tarballs again. There's no need to update again. for more info please see http://dev.jaws-project.com/ticket/1181

Small fix in jaws-complete tarball

As many of you noticied we forgot to include the Skeleton gadget in the jaws-complete tarball of 0.7.2. This issue caused some (fatal) errors with users who wanted to upgrade with the Skeleton gadget already installed.

We've uploaded the tarball again including the Skeleton gadget.

*NOTE: This is not a bug fix release, we are just uploading the jaws-complete tarball again with the Skeleton gadget*. There's no need to update again or use this tarball if you didn't have this problem.

Jaws 0.7.1 released

We are releasing the second stable version of the 0.7 family: 0.7.1.

This release fixes many things like:
  • Fixes some (f)cgi bugs with the PATH_INFO (some dreamhost users were having problems with this).
  • The bug in the editor (the HBox::rebuildJS message/warning/error).
  • Some Phoo bugs
  • And many other bugs!
Requirements


* PHP >= 4.3.6
* MySQL >= 3.23.49 (if you use MySQL)
* Apache 1.3, Apache 2, Cherokee >> 0.4.29 (under fcgi) and IIS

Suggestions


During this bug-squashing stage I found a little problem with Dreamhost (cause I've some accounts with them).

If you want to have links like: index.php/blog/show/32 (passing params via the pathinfo) you can't do that on dreamhost if you are using PHP 4.2.x with CGI. If you really want to use those links, just change to PHP 5.2.x (cgi or fcgi) otherwise your links will be like index.php?blog/show/32 (note that we replace the first / with a ?).

Download


To download the package(s) just click here.

Thanks for all of you who reported bugs!

Jaws and Cherokee

Now Cherokee users don't have more excuses to don't install Jaws.

Cherokee users can take a look to the how-to published in the Cherokee Wiki site.

How to install Jaws in Cherokee (using fcgi).

Nice hacking!