[Pushed] rebuildsettings() should be removed.
#1
The rebuildsettings() function is no longer deprecated since 1.6 (and maybe before) and should now be removed. rebuild_settings() should be used instead.
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#2
Yeah, it has been deprecated for a while now. Removing it in 1.8 should see no side effects as developers will need to update their plugins anyway...
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#3
Yes, it should be removed.
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#4
(2014-07-05, 06:53 PM)Omar G. Wrote: The rebuildsettings() function is no longer deprecated since 1.6 (and maybe before) and should now be removed. rebuild_settings() should be used instead.

so we have to search and replace it in any plugin if rebuildsettings() present?
for MYBB 1.6 and MYBB 1.8 , correct?
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#5
(2014-07-06, 05:48 PM)OMID_HXC Wrote:
(2014-07-05, 06:53 PM)Omar G. Wrote: The rebuildsettings() function is no longer deprecated since 1.6 (and maybe before) and should now be removed. rebuild_settings() should be used instead.

so we have to search and replace it in any plugin if rebuildsettings() present?
for MYBB 1.6 and MYBB 1.8 , correct?

It's 1.8 development, it won't affect 1.6.
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#6
(2014-07-06, 05:48 PM)OMID_HXC Wrote:
(2014-07-05, 06:53 PM)Omar G. Wrote: The rebuildsettings() function is no longer deprecated since 1.6 (and maybe before) and should now be removed. rebuild_settings() should be used instead.

so we have to search and replace it in any plugin if rebuildsettings() present?
for MYBB 1.6 and MYBB 1.8 , correct?

Plugins really shouldn't be using at all anyway if maintained properly...
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#7
Hi,

Thank you for your report. We have pushed this issue to our Github repository for further analysis where you can track our commits and progress with fixing this bug. Discussions regarding this bug may also take place there too.

Follow this link to visit the issue on Github: https://github.com/mybb/mybb/issues/888

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#8
I have never seen a plug-in that actually uses it and many other deprecated functions had already been removed.
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