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PG4WP 1.3.1 released

PG4WP didn’t get any release for a very long time. I recently had requests from users who wanted me to update it for WP 3.9 compatibility and some of them even sent me code to correct the problems. So here is PG4WP 1.3.1 which seems to work ok with WP 3.9.2 (the latest stable release […]

PG4WP 1.3.0 released !

WordPress 3.4 was officially released yesterday, so here is PG4WP 1.3.0 ! PG4WP 1.3.0 is mainly aimed at PostgreSQL 9.1+ compatibility, but there are also some improvements on data import (to ease migration from a MySQL setup) and WPMU support (not much tested though). I’ve run a bunch of tests over different version of WP […]

PG4WP Ready for WordPress 3.4

WP 3.4RC1 was released recently, so I’ve run a bunch of tests (mainly setting a fresh install of WordPress and importing this blog into it) and everything seems to go well. I’ll wait for WP 3.4 to be released before tagging PG4WP version 1.3.0, if you happen to run tests yourself please post a feedback.

Importing data support is now in development trunk

I worked on import support with ‘wordpress-importer’ plugin. Everything seems to work fine in my tests, so it should now be possible to migrate from MySQL to PostgreSQL by exporting and then importing back your data (using WP’s integrated Export/Import tools). This may also work with other WordPress importer plugins, so please give it a […]

PG4WP 1.3.0b1

I’ve just tagged PG4WP 1.3.0b1. This version integrates support for PostgreSQL 9.1+ and WPMU (not much tested though) and works with WordPress up to version 3.3.2. As a development version it has error logging enabled by default (`PG4WP_LOG_ERRORS` in `db.php`). If you happen to test it, please file a report (even on success) by commenting […]

PG4WP and WPMU ready for a test run

If you ever wanted to run WordPress Multisite with PostgreSQL, it’s time to make a test run with the latest development version of PG4WP. I’ve made changes so that everything seems to go fine (at least in « subdirectory » mode). If you happen to try it, please file a report by commenting on this article. Please […]

PG4WP is not dead yet :-)

So much time since my last post ! I apologize to all of you who sent me messages I didn’t answer. I’ve had much work in the last months and mainly off the Net, but I’m back on track and already started to enhance PG4WP to correct some bugs and add new features. If you […]

PG4WP compatibility with PostgreSQL 9.1+

PostgreSQL 9.1 introduces a change in the default value for the « standard_conforming_strings » parameter. When this parameter is « on » (which is the new default), PostgreSQL will stop accepting the backslash character for escaping single quote in strings. For now, if you want to use WordPress/PG4WP with any version of PostgreSQL starting with 9.1, you’ll need to […]

New release : PG4WP 1.2.2

PG4WP 1.2.0 had a bug that caused WordPress paging to not work, so it’s time for PG4WP 1.2.2 to come out ! This new release corrects this problem. Also included are some code reorganising (for easier testing of the SQL rewriting code), and some changes to the install/upgrade handling code mainly for WPMU support. Please […]

PG4WP and WordPress Multisite (aka WPMU)

Since version 3.0, WordPress integrated multisite code into its core code, so I’ve recently tested setting up a network of sites on a dev environment. Not so surprisingly it didn’t work, but the generated errors showed that it shouldn’t be very difficult to get it working. WPMU will require code reorganisation, and enhanced support for […]