Flyspray - The bug killer!

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  • Category Backend/Core
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  • Severity High
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  • Reported Version 0.9.9.7
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Attached to Project: Flyspray - The bug killer!
Opened by Wouter - 04.11.2015

FS#2087 - See no Editor in Add New Task

Hi,

I can’t see the Editor when I make new task. Also when I editing a exciting task.

See nothing to put any HTML code in it. Can you help me!?

I use this version: Flyspray 0.9.9.7

Project Manager
peterdd commented on 04.11.2015 18:08

Which browser and browserversion?

What is your setting of syntax_plugin (in [general] section) in flyspray.conf.php?

My personal suggestion is to upgrade to the latest release on
https://github.com/Flyspray/flyspray/releases

Even it is currently called 'beta2' yet it is better/more secure/stable than 0.9.9.7.

Wouter commented on 04.11.2015 20:57

Hi,

I use latest Firefox.

When I'll will install the latest version I must run Composer. After clicking "Run Composer" i'll get an error:
Step 1: Trying to download Composer
Composer installer download failed! Please consider downloading vendors directly from Flyspray support website

After I put manual the composer.phar in the Setup folder getting this error:
Step 3: Trying to install dependencies
php composer.phar –working-dir=.. install

Done
Step 4: Checking and cleaning:
Composer installation failed
Cleanup made

Can you help me?

Project Manager
peterdd commented on 04.11.2015 22:27

If step 1 of composer preinstall fails, then probably step 4 will fail too by the same reason, which is probably shell_exec() is not allowed in your environment.

But no problem, just complete the composer steps on command line:

cd flyspray

(or how you named the directory where you unzipped Flyspray source)

php -r "readfile('https://getcomposer.org/installer');" | php
php composer.phar install

No need to manually move composer.phar to setup/ here!

If "php composer.phar install" finished successful on the command line, you can
do the next steps of Flyspray webinstall just by calling flyspray/ or flyspray/setup/ in webbrowser. (guides you automatically to the next install steps)

You can also check if the composerstuff worked: Now there must a new directory "vendor/" exist and in this directory is a file autoload.php; and the required libraries.

I hope a non-developer release will contain all that composerstuff included, so people just unzip and no more special php environment needed.

Wouter commented on 05.11.2015 05:51

Thanks for replay! I forgot to told you that I am use Wampserver. Working on localhost, make that any differents?

Thanks

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