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RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - YCMaker - 2009-03-04

It looks like you declared preparsersig_showthread() twice in the updated preparsersig.php. An easy fix, just something to note.


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - Yumi - 2009-03-04

(2009-03-04, 03:53 AM)Imad Jomaa Wrote:
Quote:Sphinx isn't installed here.

I don't recall saying such.
But you did imply it, or at the very least, you didn't put your ideas forward correctly Toungue

(2009-03-04, 03:53 AM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: Of course (they are) (it would), but (it is) (they're all) necessary.
Actually, they aren't. You could write a forum system in C if you wanted to - no need to budge with this scripting/interpretation layer.
MyBB just has decided to require this layer, and not require Sphinx on the other hand.

(2009-03-04, 03:53 AM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: MySQL have other ways to fix such, I've talked to a representative, MySQL has different settings for different sized databases, if you adjust yours to the correct settings, it'll definitely increase speed; other measures may be taken, creating your own method is one. If you can't, Sphinx is perfect.
Yes, MySQL settings do only go so far.

(2009-03-04, 03:53 AM)Imad Jomaa Wrote: I don't want to dive into this "debate" again, you like your methods, I like mine. We can agree on one thing though: to agree not to agree. Toungue
Then I suppose you're implying your mistake about putting forward your point that you should be implementing this rather than rely on 3rd party software?


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - Imad Jomaa - 2009-03-04

Quote:Actually, they aren't. You could write a forum system in C if you wanted to - no need to budge with this scripting/interpretation layer.

Is Apache (or similar) not necessary for the web? Is MySQL (or similar) not necessary for a DB Manager? Wink

Quote:Then I suppose you're implying your mistake about putting forward your point that you should be implementing this rather than rely on 3rd party software?

In all honesty, I have no idea why the heck I started this debate from the beginning, I was probably extremely tired that day. Toungue Now, I'm not saying Sphinx isn't good. I, in no intention, am I saying 3rd party software aren't good; heck, I use MyBB. Toungue My main argument (as to what I remember from when I started this), was that their are other solutions, I myself, like to create my own sometimes to gain more knowledge and increase my experience skill set. When you develop your own private software, you're less prone to security holes being found due to the fact that no one can publicly download it (yes, their are some downfalls in security terms). Sphinx is a good 3rd party solution, if it wasn't, MySQL themselves wouldn't be using it for their site.

I'm done here, I feel horrible already for starting this discussion (it's just like beating a dead horse), and for one, I pretty much hijacked such a great thread, with great plugins. Sad


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - Ryan Gordon - 2009-03-10

(2009-03-03, 08:01 PM)Imad Jomaa Wrote:
Quote:1) They normally don't follow our standards
2) They may or may not be secure
3) They may or may not have bugs

Applies to Sphinx. Smile

1) Sphinx follows our standards
2) NCAAbbs gets on avg 10-20 daily hacking attempts. Most of them are just bots trying old phpBB vulnerabilities, but nonetheless Sphinx is a secure project.
3) Sphinx is used on a daily basis by 20,000 members to search over 4 million posts
What is your point?

(2009-03-04, 05:09 AM)YCMaker Wrote: It looks like you declared preparsersig_showthread() twice in the updated preparsersig.php. An easy fix, just something to note.

Blah, that's what I get for fixing it during school. Should be fixed now. Can you let me know if it is helping?


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - YCMaker - 2009-03-17

I think so, although some of the users have still been reporting strange behavior with their signatures. It's hard to tell exactly what the problem is, but this thread should illuminate the problem somewhat.


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - Yumi - 2009-03-18

Try this, find:
	if($user->user_update_data['signature'] == "")
	{
		$user->user_update_data['parsedsig'] = "";
		return;
	}
Add before:
if(!isset($user->user_update_data['signature'])) return;



RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - aglioeolio - 2009-04-12

thanks Yumi


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - FBI - 2009-10-25

I've been using Pre-ParsePost, and works perfectly for few months on my 1 million post..
Now, going to try pre-parsesig and Sphinx also Smile


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - FBI - 2009-12-25

After Deactivated and Uninstalling Pre-parse, then updating 1.4.10...


When Re-Installing Pre-parse (other plugins N/A),
got pre-parse display error..

all html-characters are displaying inside posts..
such <br />, <img>, <td>, <div> etc... Sad

Any suggestion?



It's solved Wink


RE: Pre-Parse Post/Signatures & Sphinx Search plugins - Ryan Gordon - 2009-12-29

because you didn't reapply the manual code modification