Sorry for any inconvenience caused

During the last hour instead of the usual non-interesting stuff I write you saw:

tr = pregreplace(“/\[$i\]/“, $params[$i-1], $str); } } return $str; } ?> return $this->error(“Tag does not exist.“); } function load_modifier($name) { $params = array(‘plugins’ => array(array(‘modifier’, $name, null, null, false))); smarty_core_load_plugins($params, $this); return true; } } ?> } ?> Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/jeroens/public_html/cgi-bin/mt/php/mt.php:682) in /home/jeroens/public_html/cgi-bin/mt/php/mt.php on line 554

While some people might find this more interesting than the usual text, I was not happy with it. I just updated Movable Type to the latest version, and now my sites are dead. As usual, when you think you can quickly update software, it usually takes way more time…

After several tries, I finally found the culprit: my new FTP software tries to be ‘smart’, and figures out whether a file should be overwritten or not. After dumbing down the FTP software, all is fine again.

Jeroen Sangers @jeroensangers

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