Seagull: Unable to load schema for database and table

I just copied a Seagull project I created a while back to a new development server to do some testing. Copying the www.mydomain.conf.php to localhost.conf.php and changing the database settings to connect to my local database resulted in this when trying to log in:

DataObjects_Usr: ERROR: Unable to load schema for database and table (turn debugging up to 5 for full error message) DB_DataObject Error: Unable to load schema for database and table (turn debugging up to 5 for full error message)

Well, turns out it was my the problem was that I had renamed my database. The entities files created by Seagull requires the database to have the same name as it originally had.

So, renaming my local database to have the same name as the production site fixed everything. Just thought I’d throw it out here in case someone experiences the same problem and does a quick google ;-)

Someone messed up Firefox Download Day 2008

I just got this e-mail:

Firefox download day email

Great! – I thought. I enjoy making history.

So I click the link, and what do I see …

Notice the <<<< .mine === etc.?

It’s Subversion tags letting someone know that when they did an “svn update” on the Firefox Download Day 2008 index page – someone else had edited it already so that a conflict occurred.

Let’s look at the code:

So somone need to fix this and maybe keep revision 15918 (not bad) and do a svn resolve ASAP ;-)

Conclusion: Don’t do a svn update on the Download Day itself!

Also, maybe it would be a good idea to use bittorrent next time. I’m currently getting Http/1.1 Service Unavailable when I click the download link.

Else than that; great stuff! Hope we make history :-)

Another reason to switch from WordPress to ExpressionEngine

Ok, this post had some info about switching to ExpressionEngine since WP was so insecure.

It turns out my WP install was hacked and the content here was replaced by lots of spam links. I don’t know how to get the content back (unless it was indexed somewhere, took a quick google but didn’t find anything) .. Oh, the irony.