From: John J Reilly <reil0090@tc...> - 2001-11-24 00:55:03
>> I think that the slashdotrc.pl file has died in Slash 2.2. Try setting
>> the archive_delay value in the vars table to something like 1000 or
>> more. This is the variable that controls archiving now......
> The archive_delay value in slashdotrc.pl is carried over to the new
> variable... The numbers match just fine. Hmm... Perhaps the variable
> is carried over after the stories are imported/archived? I'll have to
> check that later today.
Ok, changing the value of archive_delay in the defaults.sql that comes
with slashcode allows for stories to stay un-archived. Excellent. :)
Now, I've still got my comment order problem...
Here's an example of what happens:
I have three comments, "Comment1" "Comment2" and "Comment3", with comment
IDs 1634, 1661, and 1662 respectivly. Comment1 is the parent of Comment2,
and Comment2 is the parent of Comment3. So, they should be displayed like
However, this is what is displayed:
As you can see, it isn't nested properly, and a completely different
comment is stuck in there. Are the PIDs not transfering correctly?
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