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    Phoenix is now available. Please see main Phoenix thread for details of how to update. In simple english: download the provided zip(s) and overwrite some files.
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    Phoenix Announcements

    Versioning Feedback well received from previous discussion & taken on board ... so I will do my best to keep on top of versioning. I may miss some but please blame that on my age and eyesight Versioning is set at a.b.c.d (aka -> > and so on) If bug(s) are squashed or typo's or other minor things {d} will update +1 If a new feature is added (say, for example, the shopping_cart.php page went modular) {c} would update +1 {d} would reset to zero If a major update occurred (not sure what it would be...) {b} would update +1 {c} would reset to zero {d} would reset to zero I will also provide a zip file for each movement of {b}{c}{d} A gotcha to bear in mind; v1.0.0.23 is NEWER than v1.0.0.2 I have found it helpful to say the number rather than read the number (if that makes sense), eg one.zero.zero.twothree is less easy to work with than one.zero.zero.twentythree or put another way it's loads easier to immediately recognise that "twenty three" is a higher number than "two". I hope that all makes sense, and goes someway to making life easier for shopowners and developers alike.
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    Naming Convention

    You might like to update your sig as; Gold is EOL Frozen is Sunset Edge is defunct and no longer exists Phoenix is the default recommended download
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    Phoenix Announcements hotfixes and enhancements How to update Make sure you have applied the hotfixes -> Make sure you have applied the hotfixes -> Apply the hotfixes -> You could also simply download & install the latest v1.0.0.3 https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/tree/ and install it. You could make commit by commit changes to https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/pull/744/commits I suggest the simplest way is to grab the zip, unzip it, and upload the files. Enjoy. Thank you to everyone who found bugs etc.
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    Whoops! You misspelled "Thank you, Burt, for all your hard work in keeping the osCommerce project alive and relevant. We know we have to keep up with evolutions in PHP and other technologies, and we're glad you are helping us do it."
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    Phoenix Announcements

    I introduced a dumb copy/paste error, d'oh. Please update to by performing; https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/05b4d809ff2e87a9f46d76cd8699740c3d2c5389 https://github.com/gburton/Responsive-osCommerce/commit/13756ebb536d80f348bf1a7adcdbe4fb3c19377b Or in plain english: replace /admin/modules_content.php replace /includes/version.php I am going to try to keep on top of versioning going forwards so everyone knows exactly where they are.
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    Phoenix Announcements

    Vast majority of club members are those who supported Feb 2019 28d project. I'll come up with some other way to get club access for anyone who didn't feel able to support 28d.