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Maximizing compatibility with third party plugins or themes is always a high priority aim for IPBWI for WordPress. Some plugins or themes may not be able to get compatible without help of their authors. Unfortunately, authors of WishList member are not willing to adjust a line in their code to make their plugin compatible with IPBWI for WordPress. From today you’ll find a conflicts page in help section which will list conflicts between IPBWI for WordPress and other plugins which are currently not able to get fixed until the respective plugin authors change their mind.

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  1. Hello, Matthias.

    I use your perfectly API - IPBWI of version 3.1.5 for expand of authorization of a IP.Board (forum) to a site. The site work at my own framework (classes, which initialize before __autoload).
    We are update IP.Board to version 3.4 and I update IPBWI to version 3.5.1. But my code is crashed, PHP not found my class, if I put these instruction
    if ( file_exists(PATH_BEGIN . 'core/lib/ipbwi3/ipbwi.inc.php') )
    {
    require_once ( PATH_BEGIN . 'core/lib/ipbwi3/ipbwi.inc.php' );
    }
    before include my __autoload
    or PHP "Can`t found class db_driver_mysql", if I put that instruction after include my __autoload.

    Hepl me. Thanks.

    PS IPBWI of version 3.1.5 don't recognize nickname with Russian letters into "->member->name2id" (return NULL).

    Best regards,
    Helen
  2. Hi Helen,

     

    thank you for using IPBWI.

     

    Your issue may occur because of IPBWI is using the magic method "__get" in file ipbwi.inc.php to load classes/modules on demand. You may try adjusting that part of my code to fit your framework requirements.

     

    Kind regards,

     

    Matthias

  3. Don't mean to bump an old post but I had the same issue.. I use an __autoload as part of my custom framework and it was causing issues with IPBWI.

     

    Here's my fix.. not the prettiest but it works. Essentially I am telling my autoloader not to try to autoload certain classes. You may need to add more classes to the "dont_autoload_classes" array depending on which IPBWI functionalities you use. So far I'm only using the login/logout for SSO purposes.

     

        $config['dont_autoload_classes'] = array(
            'db_driver_mysql',
            'dbMain',
            'class_text_parser_legacy',
            'forumsMemberSync',
        );
    
        function __autoload($className){
            global $config;
    
            if(!in_array($className, $config['dont_autoload_classes']))
            {
                require_once($config['autoload_classes'][$className]);
            }
        }
    
     
     
    Simple as that
     
     
     
     

     

     

  4. By the way Matthias, in the off chance you read this. I just started using IPBWI and am loving it so far.. it allowed me to get rid of a lot of custom IPB code I had which was messy and nowhere near as effective as your wrapper. I am also super happy to see you are still developing it and was happy about your latest post regarding IPB 4.0.

     

    That being said... this "support" forum is riddled with spam... I wish you could clean that up. I also have a fairly large IPB forum and what I found to be super effective for getting rid of spammers is to simply ask a "human" question at registration. Like not just a math equation but something a little more difficult like "what's the last name of IPBWI's creator" kinda thing. No spammers since.

     

    And also.. the documentation for IPBWI (not the wordpress plugin) is quite poor... your auto-generator documentation is very difficult to wrap my mind around. I was looking for a simple installation guide and couldn't find one.. had to figure out things on my own. It is is fairly easy to set up but still.. it is lacking minimal documentation.

     

    And also, your "live examples" site does not seem to work at all right now. I'm not even sure if it is supposed to work on your site or if it is only meant to work on my own development environment but still.. it's confusing.

     

    Lastly.. I tried seeing if I could get the "error messages" after a failed login from your $ipbwi->printSystemMessages(); but that doesn't seem to work at all. Like if I try to login with an incorrect username / password there is no errror feedback being generated at all. Is this a bug?

     

    Anyway I hope to see continued development of this and I sure plan to integrate it more and more in all my projects. I was wondering actually if there's a full-featured "comments" system that utilizes IPBWI somewhere that I could look at? If you know of any please let me know. I know nexusmods.com uses IPB for their comment system but I don't think they use IPBWI. Anyway I like how they have seperated comments on the site but for each new comment thread a matching thread is created in the forum automatically. I'd like to do something similar.

     

    Thanks for your hard work!

  5. HI Vesper,

     

    thank you for using IPBWI and for your feedback :) Concerning your questions, my answers are bolded below your sentences:

     

     

    By the way Matthias, in the off chance you read this. I just started using IPBWI and am loving it so far.. it allowed me to get rid of a lot of custom IPB code I had which was messy and nowhere near as effective as your wrapper. I am also super happy to see you are still developing it and was happy about your latest post regarding IPB 4.0.

     

    That being said... this "support" forum is riddled with spam... I wish you could clean that up. I also have a fairly large IPB forum and what I found to be super effective for getting rid of spammers is to simply ask a "human" question at registration. Like not just a math equation but something a little more difficult like "what's the last name of IPBWI's creator" kinda thing. No spammers since.

     

    I'll optimize my SPAM mechanics, once IPB 4 is out, until then, I'll need to deal with some some and will delete it regulary (about 1x per week).

     

    And also.. the documentation for IPBWI (not the wordpress plugin) is quite poor... your auto-generator documentation is very difficult to wrap my mind around. I was looking for a simple installation guide and couldn't find one.. had to figure out things on my own. It is is fairly easy to set up but still.. it is lacking minimal documentation.

     

    A good API does not need much more documentation than now, as each parameter should be described detailed within the sorce-code comments. For some users, IPBWI is the first API they are using intensively, so they may need some help in reading, understanding and using API possibilities - but that's basic knowledge I have currently no time to explain :/

     

    And also, your "live examples" site does not seem to work at all right now. I'm not even sure if it is supposed to work on your site or if it is only meant to work on my own development environment but still.. it's confusing.

     

    The live examples are working but for anti-spam purposes have account-creation/login deactivated for the moment. You may reactivate these links in the live example's source code. With the next major release, I hope being able to release rewritten and more tidy live examples.

     

    Lastly.. I tried seeing if I could get the "error messages" after a failed login from your $ipbwi->printSystemMessages(); but that doesn't seem to work at all. Like if I try to login with an incorrect username / password there is no errror feedback being generated at all. Is this a bug?

     

    It just works, seems to be an failure in your implementation :/

     

    Anyway I hope to see continued development of this and I sure plan to integrate it more and more in all my projects. I was wondering actually if there's a full-featured "comments" system that utilizes IPBWI somewhere that I could look at? If you know of any please let me know. I know nexusmods.com uses IPB for their comment system but I don't think they use IPBWI. Anyway I like how they have seperated comments on the site but for each new comment thread a matching thread is created in the forum automatically. I'd like to do something similar.

     

    Unfortunately I don't know that except IPBWI for WordPress where the interesting things for you are closed source :(

     

    Thanks for your hard work!

     

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