I’m just wondering what the significant difference between WordPress 3.6 and 3.7/3.8 is on a Windows IIS install.
I can complete the web-based setup fine from start to finish with 3.6, but 3.7 and 3.8 won’t create the wp_config.php file.
I can install 3.6 and update to 3.7 (or now 3.8) without issue, but a fresh install just won’t work without manually creating the wp_config.php.
[It’s not a showstopper for me, since I can manually create the config, then carry on the install normally; however, it seems like a bit of step backward.]
Other factors that may come in to play are that it’s an older server (Windows Server 2003, PHP/MySQL aren’t at the latest versions [but still meet WP requirements]), and PHP is installed as ISAPI rather than FastCGI; however, I’m not sure why/how things changed.
Is anybody else seeing this?
I can’t seem to find anything via Google, forums or WP trac.
Any thoughts on the matter would be warmly received.
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