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remy

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It looks like badBehaviour2 ceased to work under 2.1.0.
Though it catches quite a lot bad traffic, there is none detected since I upgraded to 2.1.0.

Than there is the issue that current plugin 2.0.49 is not supported since summer 2013.
Current release is 2.2 but is apparently not adjusted for GeekLog.

What's the roadmap for this pretty useful plugin?


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remy

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Than I've tried to add above comment under the download link in the downloads area.
That does not work; though links are displayed, a comment form will not display.
But I can rate the file.


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Laugh

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It still works. I have it running on Geeklog.net and it has a whole bunch of log entries for todays date.

Remember you need to add the extra line to lib-common.php for the bad behaviour plugin.

I forget the reason why the Bad Behavior plugin hasn't been updated (there is one) to the latest version. Maybe Dirk can reply and let us know.
One of the Geeklog Core Developers.

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remy

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Quote by: Laugh
Remember you need to add the extra line to lib-common.php for the bad behaviour plugin.

Thank you for that one. In lib-common:
PHP Formatted Code

/* you don't have to change anything below this point */
....some code to load Pear ....
....inserted here the missing require-once
/* set geeklog timezone */
 

I did not remember this update, nor I would expect it to be lost after upgrading.
At the least, it is a weird update for the plugin. And it means also that the site is down as soon as the plugin is deleted. Off course I could prepend it with a @ character to suppress the resulting error.
Whenever the plugin is updated (by Dirk??), it would be wonderful to bring it in line to the standards for handling 'plug in's. wouldn't it?
Thanks.

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