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The Pub / Re: PHP 5.4?
Nao « on June 9th, 2017, 11:00 PM »
Quote from Kian on May 29th, 2017, 10:56 PM
Je ne sais plus :^^;:  peut-être un problème de PHP corrigé en éditant 2 lignes, ou alors causé finalement par un plugin je ne sais plus exactement.
Je passe mes journées à améliorer des designs et à corriger des conneries dans ce genre, hein, si besoin :P

( pour voir ce sur quoi je bosse depuis quelques mois... Ca tourne sous Wedge, bien sûr !)
The Pub / Re: PHP 5.4?
Nao « on May 28th, 2017, 01:33 AM »
Quote from developer on May 26th, 2017, 02:11 PM
U crazy?
Plugins / [Plugin] Re: CountLikes
Nao « on March 29th, 2017, 11:16 PM »
Well, I guess I'm lucky, since I couldn't remember where your repo was (I still don't :P), I didn't update it, so I could have redone the same thing you did... As I said, I'm lucky, because I hate wasting time. :P

Hmm, I noticed that doesn't seem to enable my plugins when I try to turn them on... It only accepts one, I don't know why. So weird.
Development blog / Re: Alphababy!
Nao « on July 12th, 2014, 08:34 PM »
Our little Charles M. Deberdt was born on July 10 :)

And as expected, I'm putting Wedge aside until I have more time for it. I'm still working on privacy and contact lists (and oddly, redoing some of the sendmail code), but you shouldn't expect any commits for another few days, because I'm... Committed to someone else! ;)
Features / Re: Tapatalk (revisit)
Dragooon « on February 28th, 2013, 08:47 AM »
The only real advantage a native app has is better integration into the OS, with push notifications et all along with access to the corr APIs which can sometime help in cases such as uploading. Speed and accessibility can also be said as advantages but that's debatable. This is coming from a guy who developed the tapatalk plugin for SMF :P.
You need to update the following paths if you migrate your forum from SMF to Wedge ,and then move Wedge to the root domain.  For example I had SMF on and Wedge on  SMF was under /root and Wedge under /root/upgrade.  After importing SMF to Wedge I moved Wedge to /root to make it the new software for my domain.  Here are the paths that I had to modify to make things work:

1. Settings.php - I edited this file manually first so I could have a working forum.
# Paths and folders
$boarddir = '/root';               # The absolute path to the forum folder.
$sourcedir = '/root/core/app';            # Path to the sources directory.
$cachedir = '/root/gz';               # Path to the cache directory.
$cssdir = $boarddir . '/gz/css';         # Path to the CSS cache directory.
$jsdir = $boarddir . '/gz/js';            # Path to the JS cache directory.
$pluginsdir = '/root/plugins';            # Path to the plugins directory.
$pluginsurl = '';      # URL to plugins.

2. Paths under General Options-Paths
Forum URL
Path to Wedge folder
Path to app folder
Path to cache folder
Path to plugins folder
URL to plugins folder
URL to HTML templates
Path to HTML templates
URL to assets folder

3. Path under Forum-Attachment Settings
Attachments directory

4. Path under Forum-Avatar Settings
Avatars directory
Avatars URL

5. Paths Under Media-Settings-Configuration
Data directory path
Data directory URL

6. Pretty URL paths for boards
When I enabled Pretty URLs on Topics the URLs were composed as instead of  To fix that I had to:
1. First enable Pretty URLs for Boards only.
2. Go to each board settings and modify the pretty url link to use instead of
3. Now try to enable the other pretty urls options and check functionality.

That should take care of all the paths.