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Author: Jonathan Druart <[hidden email]>
Date: Tue May 19 14:26:56 2020 +0200
Bug 25284: chown /var/log/koha log files on koha-create
To prevent Apache to create intranet-error.log and opac-error.log with
root permission we chown them after it has been restarted (and so
created them) when a new Koha instance is created
Author: Kyle M Hall <[hidden email]>
Date: Tue May 12 14:19:53 2020 -0400
Bug 25485: TinyMCE broken in Debian package installs
When installing the Debian package of Koha, we install the Debian tinymce package and symlink over our own tinymce libs that are in the Koha codebase. This version of tinymce does not have the same files and because of this, tinymce does not get loaded.
We should remove the use of the tinymce Debian package, and just use our own version of TinyMCE.
1) Install Koha 19.11 from package
2) Browse to the news editor
4) Note the WYSIWYG editor is missing
5) Build a new Koha package with this patch applied, install it
6) Reload the news editor
7) Note the WYSIWYG editor is back!
Author: David Cook <[hidden email]>
Date: Mon May 18 07:08:18 2020 +0000
Bug 25524: Remove --line-regexp option in log4perl_component()
The current grep expression uses -x|--line-regexp, but that causes
the regexp to fail to match since we're not specifying a regexp
that can match a whole line. We can either provide a better regexp,
or remove that --line-regexp option.
This patch removes the --line-regexp (ie -x) option from the grep
in log4perl_component, so that it detects logger components correctly.
0) Apply patch
1) Build Koha package
2) Look at /etc/koha/sites/kohadev/log4perl.conf in an existing
Koha instance (e.g. on koha-testing-docker), and note it has
components for z3950, api, and sip
3) Install package
4) Note that /etc/koha/sites/kohadev/log4perl.conf is the same as before
5) Remove the "log4perl.logger.sip and log4perl.appender.SIP lines from
6) Reinstall package
7) Note that the missing lines have been appended to the file at