Tetra-WebBBS Support Forum
Yes I understand, but the client's needs were there and some of the code was buggy, filing a bug and waiting for it to get fixed would've taken a long time, especially since this was open source.
So we had to patch it then and there.
As to my understanding, why did you hardcode cookie expire. Can't it be just current_year + 1 or something?
Anyways I will do an upgrade now and then try to bring back the code changes, hopefully most of the bugs would've fixed.
: The old problem.
: Make tons of modifications to a free software and you're creating
: your own private version.
: Unfortunately you'll have to maintain your private version on your
: There are far more "very" good reasons to upgrade any
: older version than just the cookies. Read through releasenotes
: in documentations - it's 10 released versions since we started
: to work on Darryl's codebase 4 years back.