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Blog module, revision 56104


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izamryan

12 June 2008 at 2:16pm Community Member, 2 Posts

I get the following error when I try to access the BlogHolder page in the CMS Admin page:

woe is me for trying the latest SVN build :p
But I needed the latest SVN build to clean up the formatting of the Blog pages ... otherwise the <br /> tags would make for a messy page.

(i.e. http://www.relevancefound.com/admin/?isDev=1, then click on "Blog")

ERROR:Error 256: Bad class to singleton() - NewsletterType
At l85 in /home1/relevanc/public_html/sapphire/core/Core.php
<ul>user_error(Bad class to singleton() - NewsletterType,256)
line 85 of Core.php

singleton(NewsletterType)
line 1569 of DataObject.php

DataObject::get(NewsletterType)
line 66 of BlogHolder.php

BlogHolder->getNewsletters()
line 54 of BlogHolder.php

BlogHolder->getCMSFields(CMSMain)
line 364 of CMSMain.php

CMSMain->getEditForm(5)
line 699 of LeftAndMain.php

LeftAndMain->EditForm()
line 239 of LeftAndMain.php

LeftAndMain->getitem(Array)
line 253 of Controller.php

Controller->run(Array)
line 104 of Director.php

Director::direct(admin/getitem)
line 144 of main.php

</ul>

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izamryan

12 June 2008 at 3:34pm Community Member, 2 Posts

OK I fixed it by checking out the newsletter module

svn co http://svn.silverstripe.com/open/modules/newsletter/trunk newsletter

in my webroot.

Maybe we should make it obvious that the newsletter module is a dependency?

Or maybe it's because of my unusual setup, since I'm not using a tarball distribution.

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Willr

12 June 2008 at 6:25pm Forum Moderator, 5511 Posts

Are you using the trunk version of the CMS as well? The newsletter module was part of the core but has recently been ripped out to a seperate module, so the blog module just needs to be updated to check for the newsletter module before trying to use it, this is probably the same with the Forum module which I think uses newsletters as well.

These modules will be updated soon hopefully