[pmwiki-users] SiteAnalyzer doesn't seem to work

Al Louis Ripskis ripskis at sprynet.com
Wed Mar 28 10:09:03 CDT 2012

Thanks, Petko, for clarifying on the PmWiki upgrade. It worked, although I didn't overwrite the wiki d: folder: fearing that I would overwrite some of the existing modified files necessary for my wiki, which is just a shell right now.
For Site Analyzer, when I put in my config.php:
$AnalyzeKey = 'secret';
I get this garbage above my home page, when I bring it up:
Warning: include_once(/hermes/waloraweb003/b1294/pow.verist/htdocs/pmwiki/cookbook/analyze.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /hermes/waloraweb003/b1294/pow.verist/htdocs/pmwiki/local/config.php on line 42
Any idea how I can correct this?
There is the analyze.php script in my site's cookbook/directory.
And when I take out the code (include_once("$FarmD/cookbook/analyze.php");
$AnalyzeKey = 'secret';)from my config.php, the site works okay. 

-----Original Message-----
>From: Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr>
>Sent: Mar 24, 2012 10:12 PM
>To: pmwiki-users <pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com>
>Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Upgrading PmWiki to the latest version on Windows OS
>Al Louis Ripskis writes:
>> PmWiki/Upgrades instructions under item 4. Copy say:
>> "Copy the files in pmwiki-x.y.z over the files of your existing PmWiki  
>> installation.
>> But what command do you enter if you have Windows system and where exactly?
>Just open two folders at a time with your file manager (2 windows) and copy  
>the files from the new version pmwiki-x.y.z.zip folder to the same  
>directories on the server.
>For example: copy the new pmwiki.php from the *.zip overwriting the old  
>pmwiki.php on the server; go to the scripts/ directories in both windows and  
>copy all files from the *.zip scripts/ directory to the server's scripts/  
>directory, overwriting them; do the same in wikilib.d/ and a couple of times  
>in pub/.
>It is recommended to have a backup of your current working version, so if  
>the new version doesn't work for some reason, you can replace it back with  
>your old files.
>You are also invited to read the release notes before upgrading - they may  
>contain important information for administrators who upgrade. Read all  
>entries between your previous version and the new one.
>  http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/ReleaseNotes
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