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Posted by: Justin, August 19, 2011, 9:51pm
As some of the people on the forum know, there's not been any development on E-Blah since 2008. There's several reasons for this which were posted last year in the chit-chat forum thread, Script Future. I am happy to see there are still people interested in the forum system and so I've added the forum to GitHub.

My hope is that this will help allow more people to submit updates to the system and keep the forum up to date. I will still be the maintainer all code changes will be reviewed before they are merged into master. The latest code will now reside on GitHub.

E-Blah Forum System on GitHub

Feel free to post comments, suggestions, or issues here or there. :-) Also, please feel free to submit code fixes (basically: fork, make your changes, submit a pull request).
Posted by: Justin, August 27, 2011, 9:38am; Reply: 1
I have added the latest code on GitHub. It has everything I last worked on, which was in March 2010. If anyone is interested, you can get the source code newer than 10.3.6 there. Just click "Download" and it'll package it up for you.
Posted by: 1850 (Guest), August 27, 2011, 11:20am; Reply: 2
Would be nice to know what changes were made between 10.3.6 and what you have uploaded  ;)
Posted by: Justin, August 27, 2011, 11:46am; Reply: 3
You can see the changes here:

https://github.com/eblah/E-Blah-Forum/commit/32be4db220889a5faf51a4d8bb828a581f030d3a

:)

They aren't documented though, you'll just have to look at the code and determine what was changed.

Edit: Looks like several tagging changes/fixes, a potential fix for the 0-data out of space issue, and some XML issues for the portal.
Posted by: pcmantinker, September 15, 2011, 8:18pm; Reply: 4
I'm glad to see this project on GitHub! I hope this encourages more people to contribute to the code base.
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