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SchoolMate Welcomes New Developers

We're happy to announce two new additions to the development team for our project. Steve and Sharon will be a great help!

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-12-03

SchoolMate 1.5.2 Available

Okay, I made a big mistake. I put in the wrong SQL file with the last version. This version will fix all the problems.

Thanks :)

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-10-28

Version 1.5.1 Available

SchoolMate version 1.5.1 is now available. A small fix was made to the attendance page in order to recognize the first and last days of the semester.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-10-23

SchoolMate 1.5

SchoolMate version 1.5 was just released. This version fixed a bug where the parents and students still had a submit button that would reset the class settings in ViewClassSettings.php.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-10-18

SchoolMate 1.4 Released

Version 1.4 of SchoolMate has been released. Some performance issues were addressed as well as some other smaller changes.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-10-16

SchoolMate 1.3 Released

This new version of SchoolMate has been released. It was pointed out that there were some case inconsistancies with the SQL commands and files. That has been updated as well as a few other minor bugs.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-09-18

New Patch For SchoolMate

Version 1.2.1 is now available. A small change was made to comply with Unix/Linux standards. Thanks to the people who helped spot this.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-09-14

SchoolMate v1.2 Released

Thanks to Vinayak Sharma for this latest release. He updated the code so that SchoolMate can function in any sub-folder off the document root of the web server.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-09-03

SchoolMate 1.1 Released

In this update I have fixed a lot of the installation problems as well as some minor bugs here and there. I have also written a user's manual.

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-08-27

SchoolMate 1.0 Released

SchoolMate 1.0 is now available!

A working example can be found at http://mrmunkey.no-ip.org:4000/

The installation process is still in it's infancy, so here is a little bit of guidance. First, you must have a webserver that can process PHP pages. Second, set up MySQL and add a user for the new database that will be created.

Next, use the SchoolMate.sql file to create the required database and SQL files. This can be accomplished on the command line by the following command:... read more

Posted by Primate Applications 2004-08-02

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