Upgraded to WordPress 2.0.2

Ok, guys.  I’ve been planning to do this for about three month now. WordPress 2.0.2 is way too sweet (I know this from using it for my other projects) for me to use 1.5.2, so here it goes.

I’ve upgraded this blog.  It was easier than I expected (I tried it on another, simplier installation o’mine).  The secret was in the cleanup of unused plugins.  Since I’ve tried a bunch of things, there were cluttering up in my plugins/ directory.  As soon as I removed all unused ones, I had only a few plugins to check for compatibility.

Sadly, not everything works after the upgrade.  One of the plugins that I heavily rely on – phpexec – doesnt’ work.  I’ll fix it ASAP, but for now it means that archives and blogroll are out of reach.

If you’ll notice any other strange behavior, please let me know.

P.S.: The WYSIWYG editor and AJAX admin interface are so shweeet…

6 thoughts on “Upgraded to WordPress 2.0.2”

  1. Hi Constantinos,

    Yes, EzStatis is another alternative, but phpexec works better for me. That is when it works though. EzStatis is more troublesome for my setup with all the files and URL changes that it needs. phpexec works straight out of the pages, and exactly in places where I need it. Fits me better.

    By the way, EzStatic homepage mentions only WordPress 1.2, 1.3, and 1.5. Do you use EzStatic in WordPress 2.0?

  2. The download page mentions wp 2.0, I use EzStatic v3.1.1 in wp2.0.2 and it works fine. What I love about it a little option under the text area in both post and pages entries that if i selected it anyhting in gets treated as normal code.

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