From: Briggs, Bruce <Bruce.B<riggs@su...> - 2006-06-07 17:26:34
I had 2 problems with 1.2.5:
1) the tables base_users and base_roles did not exist in my MySQL
database and 1.2.5 could not run. This was not a problem with 1.2.4 or
I was unable to locate what module was causing this in 1.2.5.
I ended up running acid2base_tbls_mysql.sql to add these 2 tables
2) I get this PHP error:
Warning: session_encode() [function.session-encode]: Cannot encode
non-existent session. in
E:\base-1.2.5\includes\base_state_criteria.inc.php on line 229
There is no PHP error in 1.2.4
[mailto:secureideas-base-devel-bounces@...] On Behalf
Of Kevin Johnson
Sent: Sunday, June 04, 2006 2:38 PM
To: ACID-users; BASE Developers; BASE Users
Subject: [Secureideas-base-devel] BASE 1.2.5 (sarah) released
The BASE project team is proud to announce that we have released =20
1.2.5 (sarah). It has been almost three months
since the last release and in that time the project team has grown. =20
We welcome Jon Hart to the team and he has
already shown what a great contributer he can be. One difference =20
with this release is that Kevin's daughter (sarah) is due
to be born tomorrow so if you need support please contact the =20
developers list or post a report on the SF.net page.
Kevin will be checking email but it will be sporadic for a week or so.
Now on to the changes. One of the main things in this release is a =20
security fix that was announced by Milw0rm.
This release solves the problem they found. Two things that the =20
development team would like to point out. First,
we would appreciate it if people at least tried to contact us before =20
announcing these things. We do respond and
try to fix things as soon as we can. Second, this security hole only =20
affects you if you are running with globals
registered. If you are doing that then you have a ton of other =20
problems and we recommend that you turn it off
We have also updated and improved our support for the FLoP system. A =20
lot of fixes went into the setup system
and we did a ton of changes to prevent further XSS and SQL injection =20
attacks. The Chinese language file was
updated. We also fixed a number of bugs and some of the issues with =20
searching. We also improved our
handling of ICMP messages. For full details of all of the changes, =20
please read the CHANGELOG.
As with all of our releases, BASE 1.2.5 (sarah) is available at =20
If you have any comments or problems regarding BASE and this release, =20
please feel free to contact us.
Kevin Johnson and the BASE project team
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