_____/ On Sun 29 Jan 2006 12:55:42 GMT, [forsale] wrote : \_____
On Jan 29, 2006, at 4:16 AM, Podz wrote:
I've been away and was wondering when the fixes for the trackback issues
were going to be incorporated into the nightly builds. I'd like to test
for progress and offer further assistance.
Trackbacks work :)
In RC-1 as announced they didn't if you ran php as cgi but Ryan and Andy
got that sorted and my testblog is now sending (I had 4 emails yesterday
asking why a trackback people had made 3 weeks ago suddenly came
through). Go try:
I did try and it doesn't work if you try a pingback and a trackback
in the same post. If you do only the pingback comes through. I
tried this with your Test blog with the same results.
My test blog is also still available for anyone wanting to test.
What is the URL? Will there be access to the Administration Panel?
How can I identify if my server runs php as cgi? I think it is just
time to find a server that does not do this.
From the command-line:
If you have cPanel, more details will show up in the main panel.
_____/ On Sun 29 Jan 2006 13:26:20 GMT, [forsale] added : \_____
OK, I may have found something. Multiple pings will work fine but a
trackback will only work if it is alone.
An issue was raised about a month ago. There was an ambiguity which in-
volved URL delimiters, which were said to be either spaces or commas
(these lead to yet another ambiguity). Which did you try? I can vividly
recall doing a test with multiple blogs and posting about success with the
lastest nightly (at the time... January-ish).
Two or more trackbacks in one post causes the first to go out but all
others fail. A trackback and a pingback causes the trackback to
fail. I have not tried multiple pingbacks with a trackback yet but
will upon my return.
This sounds as though the URL's are not properly separated.