Bugtracker of MarioValdez.net Bugtracker of MarioValdez.netCMS module for Phprojekt: Recently opened tasks http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/ 2005-05-10T02:28:00Z FS#175: Stats don't follow access permission rules. 2005-03-18T12:03:30Z 2005-03-18T09:07:09Z
Stats page shows all stats for all content without considenring the access of the user.

Expected behavior:
Only content that can be accessed by the user should be shown.
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:175
FS#160: Double login. 2005-05-10T02:28:00Z 2005-02-07T08:28:24Z
We have two reports of users who have to login twice (one for Phprojekt and another for the CMS). One reported the problem since the security patch of Phprojekt (released by December 2004). The other report is when using the Compact Theme (by Mark Coudriet), but it is unknown the version or patch level of Phprojekt.

This bug has not been verified.
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:160
FS#61: Syndication news in summary page. 2004-07-14T14:18:19Z 2004-07-14T14:12:33Z
An user asked in the forums for a way to display the syndication news in the summary page. I remember thinking about that feature back in 0.6.0beta but never implemented because the summary page seemed not the right place. (Early inductive inference about the purpose of the summary page led me to conclude that it was a place for a preview of the content, not as THE main content source of information). However, our case is not the case of everybody.

This is the question asked by the user:

> Is there a way to have the RSS news
> feeds show up on the Summary page
> along with the list of recent documents
> from the articles page? As it is now, you
> can only read the headlines from the
> feeds if you go to the articles page but
> it seems it would be a good idea to have
> them right there on the summary page
> along with all the other info when people log in.
> Thanks for any suggestions!
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:61
FS#60: Wrong internal version and copyright legends in 0.6.0 release... 2004-07-14T05:26:58Z 2004-07-14T05:24:32Z
After 8 days online, I discovered a couple of bugs in 0.6.0 release.

The first is a missing copyright legend in the readme.txt and license.txt files about Christian Hartnick (cis@hartnick.de).

The second is that the CMS distributed as 0.6.0 thinks it is really 0.6.0b12. That affects (as far as I have checked) the remote checking of new versions availability. Other critical functions of the internal version are configuration consistency (which is not affected in this case) and bug reporting.

As of today, only 210 downloads has been done, so I decided to replace the affected packages on the site with fixed versions.

Due to a bug in the checkupdates.php script files (which answer the user if there is or not a new version available) beta users of 0.6.0bxx were not being recommended to upgrade. Well, with this change (and the fixing of the checkupdates.php script) those users will be advised to upgrade, but also those 210 users will be advised to upgrade to their current version.

Empirical risk analysis suggest that this is the less-colateral damage approach (being the other to do a new release only with two minor changes, although copyright issues are not really minor).

Fortunately, most users don't use the "Check for updates" features, so most won't be disturbed.

After uploading the new versions, I left the old MD5 checksums with a warning legend, so prior users won't get alarmed by mismatching checksums.
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:60
FS#59: Escaped quotes in URL links. 2004-07-14T14:02:56Z 2004-07-13T17:24:49Z
An user has reported the following on the forums:
Hello! I can't get URL links to work in CM documents. Having:
<a href="redir.php?cm_elink=http://www.test.com">http://www.test.com</a>
in a "Edit document" window, after saving I get
-CMGT-a href=\-CMDQ-redir.php?cm_elink=http://www.test.com\-CMDQ--CMLT-http://www.test.com-CMGT-/a-CMLT-
in a database. And then opening that document my link looks this way:

I use Apache with Oracle database on Windows 2000 server. If magic quotes matters, my settings in php.ini are: magic_quotes_gpc = Off
magic_quotes_runtime = Off
magic_quotes_sybase = Off
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:59
FS#58: Public site view. 2004-07-11T15:00:38Z 2004-07-11T15:00:06Z
This feature was planned for 1.1.0 but in the last year survey was the second most wanted feature. I'm filling this bug with Severity as Major because of this.

The public view should be a external page without authentication which exposes those pages marked as public.

We still have no idea on how to implement that (only a bunch of ad-hoc scripts or a full rewrite of the existing ones [mostly to do with avoiding authentication]).
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:58
FS#57: Boolean operators and field-restricted search. 2004-07-11T14:48:17Z 2004-07-11T14:48:17Z
Add boolean operatiors (AND, OR, NOT) to searching engine.

Add restriction by fields (search only in title, body, abstract, etc).
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:57
FS#56: Improve consistency-checker tool. 2004-07-11T13:41:12Z 2004-07-11T13:41:12Z
The checker tool just report inconsistencies but doesn't provide any way to fix them.

It should provide ways to fix ownership problems at least.
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:56
FS#55: Display articles of currently selected group (config option). 2004-07-11T13:31:45Z 2004-07-11T13:31:45Z
To reduce information-overload, we can provide a per-user option (or global option) to show only the documents of the currently selected group.

Currently, all documents from all groups of the user are shown, which was the desired behavior as designed originally.
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:55
FS#54: Integrate CMS search with Phprojekt global search. 2004-07-11T13:29:19Z 2004-07-11T13:29:05Z
Currently, the searh option of Phprojekt doesn't look into the CMS documents.

Let's review again the Phprojekt code, but I don't think there is a simple way to do it without modifying the Phprojekt code... which means another code edition to do when installing (even if it is a a one-line change, it increases installation difficulty).
Mario A. Valdez-Ramirez http://www.mariovaldez.net/webapps/bugtracker2/:54