[Koha] Questions on upgrading from Koha 3.0.1 to 3.0.2/3
Bibliotecario Casa Balthasar
bibliotecacb at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 01:06:55 NZST 2009
Thanks you very much for the advice. As you guessed correctly, we haven't
used git revision control. Now that I understand what's at stake in using
it (having gone to check out the details on the koha wiki), is there any way
to 're-insert' what we've got so far, other than to simply clone the latest
version and do the same sort of 'three-way merge with ancestor' that you'd
Again, thanks for your help.
2009/9/22 MJ Ray <mjr at phonecoop.coop>
> Bibliotecario Casa Balthasar asked
> > My first question is, I hope, relatively simple: Can we upgrade directly
> > 3.00.03 from 3.00.01, or would it be better/more prudent to pass for
> > first?
> I think you should be fine going to 3.00.03, but back up everything
> and if it fails, installing 3.00.02 might help to identify the
> problem by narrowing the search.
> > The second question is, given that we've modified some files (for
> > in
> > we've modified the plugins for the leader and 008 so that it's possible
> > use, e.g. |-No attempt to code per Festchrift), what's the best way to
> > handle the upgrade? Is it possible to make changes to files from the
> > upgrade tarball before the make upgrade or is it necessary to go ahead
> > the upgrade and then follow-up afterwards readding the changes we've
> If you've not used git revision control, I think the best way is to
> unpack the original 3.00.01 source, take a copy of your modified
> 3.00.01 source, do the upgrade and then use a "three-way merge with
> ancestor" tool on the directories containing the modifications. Emacs
> has one called Ediff
> but I expect other pretty ones are available. Again, backup everything.
> Hope that helps,
> MJ Ray (slef) LMS developer and webmaster at | software
> www.software.coop http://mjr.towers.org.uk | .... co
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