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geKow

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I tried to give an reply to the forum 2.3 thread, including two code segments, but all I got was an error:

Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /usr/home/geeklog/geeklog/plugins/forum/functions.inc on line 421

That happened to me on multiple times, now I gave up Frown

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Dirk

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Interestingly enough, I did get a Forum Post Notification for your attempted post - but the post itself is not there.

And I ran into the same timeout when trying to make a test post with two code sections. Looks like a bug. Blaine?

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tsavage

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Been having the same problem for the last few hours. This one got through, so maybe it was the CODE-tagged snippet in the reply I was trying to post that caused it to hang up. I get the same expired message.
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Yep, it seems that having one [ CODE ] tag in the post is enough. Trying to post, it will run into a timeout Frown

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Blaine

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Agree - looks like a bug. I can duplicate this as well. Occurs when you have text after the code block which you most likely would have.

I should have a fix in place soon.
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Blaine

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This should now be fixed.
Testing ....
Text Formatted Code

echo '<p><a href="'.$PHP_SELF.'?forum='.$forum.'">' . $LANG_GF02['msg144']. '</a>';

 
Now for a second code block
Text Formatted Code

$forum_outline_footer = new Template($_CONF['path_layout'] . 'forum/layout');
$forum_outline_footer->set_file (array ('forum_outline_footer'=>'forum_outline_footer.thtml'));

 
End of test
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