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Posted on 13-07-07 22:33
I just finished developing the v1 of my open-source blogging platform i called bloggy. You can download it at http://bloggy.the. . .. Check it out/try to hack it at http://www.zomgz.. . . and all comments/suggestion are welcome.

If anyone has problems with it just notify me anyway you can and i'll look into it.

It's all php/mysql and runs on either php4 or php5. It's very lightweight and easy to use.

I hope that people like it and I submitted it to http://www.opensourcecms.com and hopefully it should be up on there soon.

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Posted on 14-07-07 01:00
I have to say, you're going to want to clean your code up significantly.

After looking at core.php I recoiled in fear; how are you able to maintain this application when it's so messy?


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Posted on 14-07-07 03:13
i have to say lemmingmolester was sent to spy on us by forces unknown. Do not trust a word that comes out of that keyboard.


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Posted on 14-07-07 16:00
lol yeh, i know it could do with a fair bit of optimization, but as long as it works, im fine with it. There'll be plenty more versions and addons and stuff, in fact v1.2.1 will be released two mondays from now. thx for the cmments though.


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Posted on 16-07-07 15:44
so has anyone actually used/have any thoughts?


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Posted on 16-07-07 16:02
atrcomb wrote:
so has anyone actually used/have any thoughts?


I'd say make it a lot more modular and don't include HTML inside strings (e.g. use PHP as a HTML templating engine, not a HTML-in-a-string-manipulating-engine).


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Posted on 16-07-07 16:26
i understand your second point lemmingmolestor, but what do you mean by your first?


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Posted on 16-07-07 16:41
What was my first point?


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Posted on 16-07-07 16:55
make it more modular. or does that go with the html strings part?


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Posted on 16-07-07 17:08
atrcomb wrote:
make it more modular. or does that go with the html strings part?


Everything Smile


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Posted on 18-07-07 19:45
version 1.0.5 is out!

Bug Fixes and Minor Optimizations.


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Posted on 18-07-07 20:27
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version 1.0.5 is out!

Bug Fixes and Minor Optimizations.


Which license is it released under?

Also, if you want I can throw an hour or two at it and clean up some code.


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Posted on 18-07-07 21:00
atrcomb wrote:
Check it out/try to hack it


Sorry, couldn't resist an open invitation.....

http://www.zomgz.info/bloggy/archives/viewblog.php?id=999999%20union%20all%20select%20null,null,username,null,null,null,null,password%20from%20users%20/* <- owned!

http://www.zomgz.info/bloggy/archives/viewblog.php?id=1 <- owned again!

http://bloggy.therenegade.info/ <- and again...

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Edited by SySTeM on 18-07-07 21:08
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Posted on 18-07-07 21:02
GPL License

As to cleaning up code, I knew full well plenty of people would tell me that when I released it, and even while I was coding I literally thought to myself, I should do it this way instead but didn't. I'll take care of cleaning up code in later releases, this release just fixed some really nescessary stuff.

Thanks for your continuing commentary though.


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Posted on 18-07-07 21:12
@system Shock

mysql_real_escape_string() fails me Sad

thanks for the heads up, you could've just told me though.


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Posted on 18-07-07 21:13
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@system Shock

mysql_real_escape_string() fails me Sad

thanks for the heads up, you could've just told me though.


Use: settype( $_GET['id'], "int" );

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Posted on 18-07-07 21:18
u know its really weird you said that system, cuz i had that
but for some reason on my friends server running php4 it wouldn't work.

I'll use
ereg_replace("[^0-9]", "", $_GET["id"]);

EDIT: Found the same thing in favorite.php, fixed it though




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Posted on 18-07-07 21:52
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GPL License

As to cleaning up code, I knew full well plenty of people would tell me that when I released it, and even while I was coding I literally thought to myself, I should do it this way instead but didn't. I'll take care of cleaning up code in later releases, this release just fixed some really nescessary stuff.

Thanks for your continuing commentary though.


Ok, so we'll take the other route like system_meltdown's started Smile


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Posted on 18-07-07 22:04
its not that im refusing help, its just im already aware of what can be done and don't want you wasting your time doing something you don't have to. Im appreciative of help/points you can give me and I want to make sure you don't think I have the attitude "I'm gonna do this myself no matter what."


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Posted on 18-07-07 23:12
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ereg_replace("[^0-9]", "", $_GET["id"]);


uses a lot of CPU cycles, instead do
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$id = (int) $_GET['id'];





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