@nokao: there was a dangerous bug in the code and the WP.org team removed it from the site.
I’ve updated the plugin to fix the bug, hopefully it will be public again soon.
Thanks for the answer, in the meantime can I have the zip by mail ?
I need it for Scriblio, just for testing, not production.
bSuite isn’t required for the new version of Scriblio, and I honestly don’t know if the current (fixed) version of bSuite is compatible with the old versions of Scriblio.
Either way, bSuite is available from the plugins SVN:
Trying to activate Scriblio I get this error:
Warning: require_once(__DIR__/plugin/class-facets.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in OOOO/scriblio/scriblio.php on line 12
I supposed that the problem was bSuite missing, can you confirm ?
That’s my error. The plugin assumes it’s running in PHP 5.3, but you’re running 5.2 maybe?
Replace references to __DIR__ with dirname( __FILE__ ) and you should be all set.
# php -v
PHP 5.2.6-1+lenny16 with Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2 (cli) (built: Feb 3 2012 08:19:55)
Copyright (c) 1997-2008 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.2.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2008 Zend Technologies
So I have to replace that strings everywhere ?
ok … I can make it.
So Scriblio is your work ?
What do you think, is it outdated or it can still work?
I never saw it I was just curious and I wanted to test it, I have to do a tiny website with 25-30 books in it.
@nokao: yes, Scriblio and bSuite are both my work.
I’ve just completely rewritten Scriblio (see: http://maisonbisson.com/blog/post/16083/happy-new-scriblio/ ), but the plugin only provides the search features. It doesn’t offer any of the support that the old version of Scriblio had for books and other library materials.
I plan to release the book handling code as a separate plugin, but it will be at least a few weeks before that’s ready to share.
I have to make a brand-new website for books so I’ll test your software, maybe translating it in italian for you while I use it.
It’s ok for me to have only search features, honestly I was going to do that myself with the new taxonomy functions of WP, that I studied and tested with success.
So your plugin helps me, if I manage to use it with some stability cause, after I’ll have the books in, I can’t change every things at every upgrade.
But actually you should fix this “php 5.2 / 5.3” issue because wordpress is officially compatible with:
– PHP version 5.2.4 or greater
And it have no sense to make your plugin uncompaible just for that __DIR__ thing. There must be another way.
I have the “3 beta 2” version, is it the right one ?
@nokao: You’re right. I’ve finally committed the changes to fix compatibility with PHP 5.2. No harm was intended, just all my servers run PHP5.3 and I didn’t see the error.
I updated and the plugin it’s activated now.
But I don’t see any new panel in the menu, and activating the widgets give me this error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function is_wijax() in plugins/scriblio/plugin/widgets.php on line 116
do you have news ?
I would like to make that book website this week 😉
I had this fatal error with the last version, did you update it ?
I suggest you to fix and change the version number so we can see when you change something !
I give up 🙂
Write me back if you fix the plugin.
@nokao: Scriblio doesn’t handle book cataloging anymore. It only addresses faceted searching and browsing based on taxonomy data added to the post. You’ll need to register any custom post types and taxonomies needed for your app separately from Scriblio.
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