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Database or Tables?

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Geeklog Last time I tried installing geeklog I noticed that geeklog wants a database all to itself and as a result I lost a lot of tables in my hosted mySQL database. Fortunately I only had test sistes on that server :) For those of use whose sites are hosted on remote servers an extra database has cost implications. I have noticed how software such as phpnuke and postnuke manages with a set of tables denoted by a chosen prefix. Would it be possible for geeklog to do the same? Could this be put on the request list for the legendary version 1.4 Thanks Tony Carr

Geeklog 1.3.5rc1 Available

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Announcements NOTE: this is a release candidate and therefore you are not recommended to install this version of Geeklog on a production site!

Folks, it's been a long time since I've felt this good about a Geeklog release. Mind you, it is a release candidate but it is, in my opinion, on one of the most powerful release that address a lot of old bugs, installation problems AND adds a lot of new features! Why is this a release candidate? Simple reason is because so much code has changed. However, unlike previous Geeklog releases, people have been helping with testing and with bug squashing.

The impatient can get the tarball here and for those wanting more information about this release hit 'read more'.

Image Support in Articles!

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Announcements We are nearing the release candidate for 1.3.5. In CVS now, I have added the support for images in articles. For the impatient, you can download it from CVS. An actual release candidate is probably still a couple of days off yet.

If you try the new image support, please let me know what you think or how it could be improved.