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QT Pro and 2.2 RC2a


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I'm about to being a new install of osCommerce using 2.2 RC2a. In the past, I've gone ahead and installed QT Pro since it was one of the more indepth contributions out there. However, with 2.2 RC2a being out, it seems that doing a simple install of QT Pro 4.3 might not be a smart way to go, since it looks like the files that come with QT Pro 4.3 are much older than the files that are part of 2.2 RC2a.


Has anyone crossed this bridge? I was hoping to knock this portion of the installation out tonight, but it looks like I'll be facing a small roadblock with this.


Having to go through each and every file that is modified in QT Pro 4.3 looks pretty painful, but I'd be willing to make that sacrifice, if that were my only option.


Anyone else?

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Well if Your site is running on MS2.2 with qtpro.

I suggest just apply patches and upgrade to ms2.2 rc2.


RC2 code doe not change lot many files.




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My question really had to do with a fresh install of 2.2 RC2a and QT Pro. I don't already have a store set up. Wanted to know what kind of problems I'd run into if I installed RC2a and then overwrote the files that QT Pro 4.3 overwrites, which are based on RC1 as far as I know.

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