I'm aware of the "rebuild index solution", and have never said it doesn't work, so I don't understand why you're defending it. I'm not calling it's use into question. It's just simply not what I'm asking about. I appreciate the information, regardless.laborix wrote: ↑Sat Jan 23, 2021 10:34 am First of all, the Rebuild Index solution works fine since 2007 (tested from FP 0.703.5 to FP 1.1) and it's often better to rename the old FP folder and build a new FP installation. It's your choice, I do it since FP 0.703.5 so.
Ok, yes, you can override your current FP folder with the new version, it is also is an solution. But with your own "optional" extensions/fixes/optimizations, it's your turn to test what happens after override.
You asked for "what files", download the current Github rev. 550, the current FP 1.1 Zip and the OpenSource tool WinMerge.
Compare both unpacked folders and you see which are different.
As for the rest, it is exactly what I was asking. I can confirm that all of my code is running fine as of PHP 7.4.11 on FP 1.1 (with no issues, to boot!) and a test installation of FP 1.2 DEV (from the current Github rev) has my extensions/fixes/optimizations working fine also. I will now wait for the full release of 1.2 before updating my version.
My question was based around the consumption of time having to find bits of code I changed and port them over to the new version by hand when other platforms I've used previously have made it a doddle to do. Given that FP has many files, it can be a bit of a daunting task. Knowing which files are necessary and which aren't saves time and lets me get on with building my website.
I would have appreciated a more concise "these are the files that are changed" or a simple "I'm not really sure, but you could try this" to a seemingly more "piss off and do it yourself then" because you feel that I've called the "rebuild index solution" into question, but it's fine. I enjoy flatpress, I just find certain aspects like such a tiny bit tedious. Thank you for your help, and please take care, etc~