By John Eckman on August 16, 2010
That’s what I get for trying to make too many changes in one release. Sheesh. WPBook 2.0.2, released last night, is already superseded by 2.0.3, which I just tagged for release. Bugs fixed: Extra whitespace in wpbook.php after the closing ?> tag Cleaned up includes to break on functions rather than midstream I think that […]
By John Eckman on July 11, 2010
Once again, I’ve tagged a new version of WPBook for release. See the “other versions” section of the download page.
I’ve revamped the way permissions are requested, so as to store the session key Facebook provides when the user grants “offline access” permission. This enables WPBook to import comments from either the user’s Facebook Wall or the Wall of a Facebook Fan Page.
I’ve also added the ability to change the attribution line (the little blurb WPBook attaches to each message when you post it).
Given the complexity of all the different ways one might configure the application, though, I feel a need to get some folks testing it before making it the ‘default’ new release.
By John Eckman on July 7, 2010
I’ve just tagged version 2.0.0 of WPBook for release, but haven’t yet changed the “stable” tag in the readme.
What that means is that if you’re using WPBook, you won’t seen any automated notification of a newer version being available. You’ll have to go to the WPBook download page and find 2.0.0 at the top of the “other versions” list.
Please do so, especially if you are willing to help test the new features.