Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

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Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby fallingrock » 13 May 2013, 18:54

I noticed this in the log page after upgrading to 1.7.9.

E_USER_WARNING (512) classes/db/prefs.php:108 Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

I noticed the database had an entry DIGEST_ENABLE, so I deleted it, but the message still shows up.

ttrss seems to be working OK, but thought I would report the issue.

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby fox » 13 May 2013, 19:12

>I noticed the database had an entry DIGEST_ENABLE, so I deleted it, but the message still shows up.

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby blainemono » 13 May 2013, 19:13

then you noticed DIGEST_ENABLE etched upon your leg. You cut off your leg but the error persists, right?

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby fallingrock » 13 May 2013, 19:56

Smartass response aside ... yes, the error still shows up in the log even after I deleted the preference in the database.

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby fox » 13 May 2013, 20:01

I like how you are both blindingly stupid and a snitch at the same time. Poster of the week material right there.

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby fallingrock » 13 May 2013, 20:19

Being a jackass to new users is REALLY not a great way to run a site ... for everyone.

I saw an error, I thought I saw the problem, I tried to correct it. The problem wasn't corrected.

I *DID* backup my database before I made the change, and I'm the only user at this point, so there is no real damage.

How about addressing the problem I'm reporting instead of being a jerk?

Either tell me it's a non-issue, a known issue, or a new issue.

I happen to run online forums myself ... and I don't tolerate people being rude. If someone happens to post something inappropriate in my forums, and I'm notified about it, I address the issue and ask the people involved to act like adults.

Calling me a snitch is just being juvenile. Calling me stupid is insulting.

You've got some rather nice software here ... Alienating people trying to user it isn't going to help.

If you want to kick me off your site for asking a question, go right ahead.

On the other hand, if you want to delete the thread so I can repost the question and we can address the topic like adults, that's fine too.

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Re: Fatal error, unknown preferences key: DIGEST_ENABLE

Postby sleeper_service » 14 May 2013, 03:03

[quote="fallingrock"]Being a jackass to new users is REALLY not a great way to run a site ... for everyone.

I saw an error, I thought I saw the problem, I tried to correct it. The problem wasn't corrected.

I *DID* backup my database before I made the change, and I'm the only user at this point, so there is no real damage.
...
Calling me a snitch is just being juvenile. Calling me stupid is insulting.

You've got some rather nice software here ... Alienating people trying to user it isn't going to help.

If you want to kick me off your site for asking a question, go right ahead.

On the other hand, if you want to delete the thread so I can repost the question and we can address the topic like adults, that's fine too.


*rant rant rant* *whine whine whine whine*

I don't actually think that fox gives a rats ass whether you use his software or not, the rest of us, who manage to use it without arbitrarily deleting things out of the database, and, strangely, without getting that error, are fine with it, and with his snarky attitude, frankly, he says a lot of the things I'd love to say to stupid users.

I've run into some bugs, I've clearly stated what error messages I've gotten, and in some cases, what I did to work around it, Fox has had a fix within hours.