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gran
#16 03.02.2009 04:53
and forgot about the current sed plugs such as T3 calendar and events and FAQ, if these (and other current sed plugins) do not work under cotonti it will be a while before I change over my active sed sites.
nobody is perfect and I am nobody :)
Antar
#17 03.02.2009 04:53
# gran : I am a sed/ldu fan since early days with several sed sites and am wondering what I have to do to make them compatible with cotonti if this is the way of the future - have read the documentation but cannot find anything in there that explains this aspect of changing over to cotonti with an active sed site? Do I simply do a new install, download my database and then reupload database into new install?

cheers and best of luck :)
Read here: http://www.cotonti.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=1803
Trying to figure that myself too, and i think this converter needs some more work, and before using, you should convert your db to utf
Lombi
#18 03.02.2009 04:54
If you read Olivier's front page post you'd know that the development will be shut down until further notice. Unless a major security hole is found.
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Відредаговано: Lombi (03.02.2009 16:08, 12 років тому)
cam51037
#19 03.02.2009 06:24
I would much rather have Cotoni on my site.

Look at this sweet BBCode box!

rofl. :D
I still use Seditio v.121!!!
Brock
#20 03.02.2009 07:36
# cam51037 : I would much rather have Cotoni on my site.

Look at this sweet BBCode box!

rofl. :D

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jslowik
#21 04.02.2009 14:07
Lookin' awesome guys. Great work so far. Just got Cotonti up on my host and plan on using it for my new project. I can already tell this is going to replace Seditio as my CMS of choice. Straight out of the box it's already so flexible. Absolutely love it.

Just give it a try and you'll see the differences clear as night and day.

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