i try posting my own forum, when i wanna to post i click on start new topic, then at my top of the forum show up a error there, when i finish type my text and wanna to click post button then the error is come up. like below
Notice: Controller::currentController() is deprecated. Use Controller::curr() instead. in /home/ivantan/public_html/silvercms/sapphire/core/control/Controller.php on line 367
after that i just undo back to my post page and click on the forum again, but my new post is there. i dont know why the pot can be update, when i click on post button the error show up on the page?
Normally we have several available versions of each module. The Stable Releases - these are what you download off http://silverstripe.com/modules/ and the trunk and branches of the code which are available via SVN (Subversion) to download. Now the forum module - the stable release is about 6 months old. So its very likely that using it with the SilverStripe version 2.2.2 there might be a few issues, like the notices you mentioned.
willr, i have already check my forum post there is no error posting on my forum, but why when i click on the post button, the function must send us to the topic we create or post, no just a blank page right. but my forum when click post the function will send me to a blank page, when i check at my forum the post was create but i want to go in to that topic i create there will become a blank page agian, can pls try posting in my forum and tell me why.
I'm having the exact same problem. I downloaded and installed the 2.2.2-version of Silverstripe. No problems there, after that I got the forum module - both is the versions supplied on the download page. After uploading the files and doing a db rebuild I got the error about the "Controller::currentController()" from forum.php - I changed that and it works better. Still, this is a bug in the current public release! And there's more, the forums homepage of a new forum I created shows HTML code. Not a big deal either but both of these things shows that this is not stuff ready for prime time. Too bad.