phpwiki-1.2.6 is a bugfix for the flatfile database backend only. Other backends are not affected.
Fixed TitleSearch and Backlinks for flatfile. (Thanks to some user Raj)
Enable MostPopular (hitcount storage) for flatfile.
Note, that 1.2.x is not in active development, and probably insecure, but is 10x faster and has 10x less features than the current 1.3.x development branch. A new 1.3.11 release will arrive soon.
We promised not to touch this old stable branch (last touched 2001), but support requests got annoying, and it's several times smaller and faster then the big 1.3.x development branch.
The main feature is register_globals=off safety. Those reports got annoying. But I also
found several bugs with the dba, dbm, file and msql backends on GetAllWikiPagenames which affected dumpserial and zip.
In short: paging support, adodb rewrite, permission problem fixed.
PhpWiki 1.2.4 improves possible deadlocks in DBA, and fixes problems with DBA open failures.
PhpWiki 1.2.x is the old stable phpwiki series from 2001.
The patch is minimal, you might want to look at the seperate patch file instead.
You'll only need this if you are using the dba database handler.
Bugfix release for the following 1.3.8 problems:
External plugable authentification, DB prefs and sessions, some more fixes, docs, themes and plugins.
This bugfix prevents anyone from logging in as the administrator using the encrypted password itself copied directly from the index.php file. Note that in order to take advantage of this bug in PhpWiki 1.3.4 or later (1.3.5pre at this time), someone would already need to have access to the PhpWiki index.php file via FTP, SSH etc.; nevertheless it is recommended that all PhpWiki sites who are using any version of 1.3.4 upgrade to the latest CVS version of PhpWiki 1.3.5pre, which includes many other small bugfixes and minor updates as well.... read more
I checked in files contributed by Jochen Kalmbach that implement a flat file database for PhpWiki. It's in the developer branch, and will be available in the nightly build as of 1/4/03.
PhpWiki is a WikiWikiWeb clone in PHP. A WikiWikiWeb is a site where anyone can edit the pages through an HTML form. All pages are stored in a DBMS and hyperlinking is dynamic. It's for collaboration, conversation and documentation all at once. Featuring many new plugins, bug fixes, and lines of code.
PhpWiki version 1.3.3, a developer's release, is another project milestone. W3C-validated XHTML and CSS output, multiple theme packages, massive internationalization improvements/updates, ADODB support, word level diffs, a new parse engine, new plugins, and much more!
PhpWiki version 1.3.2 is now out. This is another release from the developer branch; it's beta and not guaranteed to be stable. Many new interesting features have been added; come see our ChangeLog!
PhpWiki version 1.2.2 is now out. This release includes support for MS SQL, many bug fixes and improved documenation.
It's been such a long time... but at last new versions of PhpWiki are available; hacked on by coders from all over the planet, with a plethora of new features in the (unstable, developmental) 1.3 branch and a gazillion bugfixes in the 1.2 branch!
A year in the making, PhpWiki version 1.2 is finally here. Five databases are supported, internationalization, new markup, admin features, color diffs and many more things make this one of the best PHP implementations around!
1.1.9 has new support for Spanish and German, numerous improvements and bug fixes.
PhpWiki 1.1.8 is here, after three long months! New features in clude: exporting the site to a zip file, internationalization, tabless markup language, a memory leak fix for DBM-based Wikis, and many more!
1.1.7 is now available for download.
This corrects a bug in the configuration that made its way into the 1.1.6 release.
This is a major revision from previous releases and is a milestone in the project's history. PhpWiki still installs "right out of the box." Just gunzip and untar in a directory under your web tree, and you have a Wiki. The database schema has been vastly improved. It's almost normalized now ;-) It will pave the way for a set of new features that will be in release 1.2.... [read more](/p/phpwiki/news/2000/06/116-out/)
1.1.5 has a lot of bug fixes and some new features; it's highly beta, but should be fun to use anyways. MySQL users should wait for the next release. If you are fine with running PhpWiki on top of a DBM file, this release should be fine.
PhpWiki is now hosted at Sourceforge. I hope you find this setup more useful; I will get the source code in CVS soon.