Ultimate Tag Warrior 2.7.1

*yawnstretch*

The latest, greatest and shiniest version of Ultimate Tag Warrior is now available for download!

There are a few bug fixes; but the big news is the addition of RSS feeds for tags (and sets of tags), and tag pages are now paginated.

It can be downloaded here
More information is here

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7 thoughts on “Ultimate Tag Warrior 2.7.1

  1. Whhops!

    My tags exists, but don’t display anymore (I *can* see them when I edit a post though)

    If I try to add a new tag, I get:

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ” at line 1]
    SELECT DISTINCT t.tag FROM wp_tags t INNER JOIN wp_post2tag p2t ON p2t.tag_id = t.tag_id INNER JOIN wp_posts p ON p2t.post_id = p.ID AND p.ID=28 LIMIT

  2. I think it has something to do with the $limit variable — its not being assigned properly or something. Also, how do I call a function now?

    UTW_ShowSomething(“technoraticommalist”, ??, ??)

    AFAIK, PHP doesn’t allow keyword params right?

  3. Using MySQL 4.1.12-nt and upgrading from (I think) 2.5.1 I get the same error. I’ve resolved it temporarily by editing ultimate-tag-warrior-core.php, Line 351 to be:

    $q = “SELECT DISTINCT t.tag FROM $tabletags t INNER JOIN $tablepost2tag p2t ON p2t.tag_id = t.tag_id INNER JOIN $wpdb->posts p ON p2t.post_id = p.ID AND p.ID=$postID “; /* removed LIMIT $limit”; */

  4. Meant to append to the previous post, I believe this is a MySQL version conflict (though I’m not that familiar with MySQL). MySQL SELECT reference (http://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql/en/select.html) indicates that the parameters to LIMIT are one or two non-negative integers. My site was choking on ‘LIMIT -1’. Maybe your version of MySQL doesn’t have this limitation?

  5. Diwaker,

    I’ve switched to treating 0 as the limit for everything; and only including a limit clause when the value is non-zero (I’ll bundle it up into a zip shortly..)

    For a limit, and no custom format, UTW_ShowSomething(“customformatname”, “”, 37)… I’m kinda new to PHP, so your guess is as good as mine as far as keyword parameters go.

    Josh,

    I don’t remember seeing any errors with it; but it’s conceivable that I neglected to test the case where there is no limit specified (The limits worked for sure, though! (: )

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