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How to upgrade from 1.3.2 to 1.4

edited June 2017 in Bug Reports
Your instructions to upgrade are much too vague. http://docs.getfuelcms.com/installation/installing
Yet there is nowhere else I can find instructions to upgrade...

How exactly do I upgrade to 1.4?

What files do I need to replace, tables do I change, ect...?

Running "php index.php fuel/installer/update" from current install does absolutely nothing.

Trying to replace the /fuel/modules/fuel folder just throws errors - so I am guessing I need to install 1.4 first, just not sure what to replace and what to keep.

Comments

  • edited 7:01PM
    I've made a few updates to the documentation to help clarify a couple things:
    http://docs.getfuelcms.com/installation/installing
  • edited 7:01PM
    TY.
  • edited 7:01PM
    Following your instructions gives me THOUSANDS of conflicts, this seems like a terrible way to upgrade IMHO.
  • edited 7:01PM
    I have modified maybe 10 files of the actual foundation of FuelCMS. These conflicts are conflicts within your code - Is there not a better way to upgrade??
  • edited 7:01PM
    For Reference Here are the steps I am taking:
    1. Create New Git Repo
    2. Copy Current FuelCMS 1.3.2 installation files to that repo & Commit.
    3. Create new branch (fuelupdate)
    4. Link remote FuelCMS 1.4 master branch to fuelupdate branch (1.3.2)
    5. Attempt a pull/merge & thousands of conflicts arise.
  • edited 7:01PM
    What folder were your changes made?
  • edited 7:01PM
    /assets/
    /fuel/config/config.php
    ect..

    No core changes.

    I ended up just moving over the files to a new installation and fixed the issue.

    Thank you.
  • edited 7:01PM
    Thank you for sharing that, this is very helpful for me
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