Upgrading to WordPress 1.2.1

Posted on October 6, 2004. Filed under: Technical |

An upgrade to the WordPress software came out tonight; it fixes a couple of bugs and patches a couple of exploits.

Let’s hope a) the Trackback problem is fixed and b) the formatting problem from last month doesn’t reappear.

If all the blue swirlies disappear, let me know. If you can’t post a comment to let me know, drop me a line at merlion at swbell dot net.

Update: 1.2.1 definitely munges up the formatting. If I login once an hour, I can keep it fixed. I’m leaving this post at the top until I can restore version 1.2 tonight.

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