[TYPO3-english] T3 6.0 and headerData (not appearing)
klein.t3 at mfc-linz.at
Thu Feb 21 08:52:56 CET 2013
> Hi Again!
> Fair enough. The thing is my deprecated log was getting so huge I turned it off. (I'm kidding).
Even though you're kidding here, this is indeed a problem I'm aware of. But usually it suffices to activate it for a short time and simply visiting the page and/or modify something in BE.
It will catch most of the deprecated stuff already.
This would have also told you that the readLLXMLfile() method is deprecated. See below.
> I used "broke" in quotes as I fully realize I'm missing lots in this upgrade. I did it about two months ago and I've just found work
> arounds for some things.
> That said here are a few of the problems I'm running up against.
> CoolURI - this url use to work just fine (I've disabled CoolURI - and no, Dmitri.... RealURL isn't much better in my install ;):
> (this is set: config.simulateStaticDocuments = 0)
I can't say much about this problem, but might still be some configuration issue.
> mm_forum stopped working
> comments stopped working
> A couple other extensions cause some havoc - for instance when I go to add a new content container I get a blank page. The only way
> I can create new content is by doing a copy/paste of an existing container. I get this error when I try:
> [Wed Feb 20 20:00:49 2013] [error] [client ] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method
> TYPO3\\CMS\\Core\\Utility\\GeneralUtility::readLLXMLfile() in
> ..../websites/typo3/www/typo3conf/ext/facebook_socialplugins/pi1/class.tx_facebooksocialplugins_pi1_wizicon.php on line 65,
> referer: http://www.sushibynature.com/typo3conf/ext/templavoila/mod1/index.php?id=7
As you can clearly see, the problem is the facebooksocialplugins extension using a removed method.
> I could go on (and probably will later).
> I've been tempted to downgrade to 4.7 but really don't want to. At the same time I'm left not able to recommend an upgrade to 6.0
> for the dozens of commercial T3 sites I've developed over the last 5+ years.
I have to admit that I only upgraded one single tiny production installation. The others still lack proper versions of the extension in use, to avoid such hazards you experienced.
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