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  • Quote from: anso at Aug 28, 2009, 02:45 PM

    Server Version# 5.1.36-community-log
    Protocol version# 10

    The mysqlnd client API is the default client API when installing WAMP 2.0.
    Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do to prevent projects like WAMP from distributing unstable or early-development stage software. All we can do is deal with the results and provide advice based on our research. There are significant memory leak problems with mysqlnd (from my understanding), among other issues, and these are not things we can control.
    • I was using XAMPP 1.7.1 (beats me how 5.0.51a was in there). 1.7.1 has been crashing Apache in MODx for me lately so I deleted everything and downgraded to 1.6.8. The crashes seem to have stopped but the inability to save a changed TV remains.

      Naturally, as soon as I went through the uninstall and downgrade, I discovered that XAMPP 1.7.2 is out. I haven’t tried it yet.
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      • Hi all,

        I’ve tried with a new config and new install (all running on Vista) :

        - XAMPP : 1.72
        - My SQL (both server and client API) : 5.1.37
        - PHP : 5.3

        The inability to save a changed TV remains... sad

        cheers
        • This issue has been fixed in SVN, as of rev 5702.

          We have also added a helper method to the modResource class, allowing you to do either:

          $value = $resource->getTVValue(12); // get value of TV with ID 12
          
          // OR
          
          $value = $resource->getTVValue('myTv'); // get value of TV with name 'myTv'
          
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          • Quote from: splittingred at Aug 31, 2009, 08:44 PM

            This issue has been fixed in SVN, as of rev 5702.

            We have also added a helper method to the modResource class, allowing you to do either:

            $value = $resource->getTVValue(12); // get value of TV with ID 12
            
            // OR
            
            $value = $resource->getTVValue('myTv'); // get value of TV with name 'myTv'
            


            Nice! I wonder if it should be getTvValue()? otherwise it kind of looks like getTWalue(). wink
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            • Nice smiley Thanks for posting !
              Cheers