overtech, perhaps you should try some constructive criticsm before being a jerk.
The script works in 1.5. Obviously I'm using WordPress 1.5, I've done many tests on fresh wordpress installs, and I have had feedback from many people using WordPress that it works fine.
First there is absolutely NO absolute path being used that is directly related to my blog. There are two references to an absolute path. The first is in the readme/download page, the other for the cookie in the Options page. Let me just say, for the record, that these are examples, and obviously need to be changed by the user.
Readme/Download Page: There is an abs path reference to /blog/wp-content/... blah blah blah. This is not even how my site is laid out. Perhaps you should have looked at the URL before accusing me of this.
I put the /blog/ in because people seemed troubled by wp-content/plugins. I received a few emails asking for an full example path. So I gave it to the users. I fail to see how an example full path fails the compatibility test.
Options Page: The second full path is on the options page. /tizemp/. Do you think my host has /tizemp/. This obviously needs to be changed by the user. Perhaps I should change the default to something like /you/need/to/change/this but... nobody yet (besides you) have commented on this. If I get a few more comments about it, I would gladly change it. As it stands, it doesn't seem to be a problem for most users.
Creation of the SQL table: You are correct, the script *checks* to see if the table is created, and if not, creates it. I do suppose a button could be installed on the Options page saying "create SQL table" but, I was trying to make things transparent for the user. I had many people write and ask how exactly they should use the .sql script that was included in previous versions. It was obvious users didn't know how to do it, so I thought I would make it automatic.
I do wish your criticsm would have been construtive rather than rude. I tested the code on my wordpress install, a family member's wordpress install, and on many fresh wordpress installs. They all worked without a hitch. Versions ranged from 1.5.1 to (now...) 126.96.36.199.
As far as 'comments' go... I do have comments enabled on WordPress. I don't have them enabled on the download page because I'd rather it not become cluttered with comments. However, there are plenty of frontpage posts dealing with mypress as well as email. Again, please try to make criticisms construtive, and try to think of why I *may* have made certain decisions with *my* website. Just because it doesn't conform to how you *think* I should have done it doesn't mean it is wrong.
If you have [constructive] criticism, I would be glad to listen. If you are just going to complain because I am trying to provide something that many users want in an easy to use fashion that you just cannot comprehend, don't bother.