currently a port is in preparation. testers stay tuned.
* the nodefamily dependency will be dropped
* nodeprofile 6.x keeps using the subform element
No known bugs.
hm, I've troubles applying the patch. please make sure to create it for the latest code in 5.x-dev. Please also check if one of the latest commits might be relevant for the 6.x port too: http://drupal.org/project/cvs/68360
As the rolesignup integration is gone, there shouldn't be many. Perhaps these are relevant?
#199298 patch by David Lesieur: Sort profile creation links according to nodeprofile weights
#199342 patch by David Lesieur: Allow theming of create link
#193603 patch by mh: Index themed nodeprofiles instead of rendered nodes. Useful for heavily themed node profiles.
ok, let's set this on hold until the discussion about joining profile node modules comes to a result.
I based the prototype on this work, but stripped out user edit categories and registration integration. That could go in another module "content profile integration" or so.
ok, for 6.x use content profile: http://drupal.org/project/content_profile
What's missing is the registration and user edit categories integration, which will go into an extension module.
So will there be an official release for NodeProfile in version 6? Or is the Content Profile (currently in ver. 6) be replacing the NodeProfile for the ver. 6?
yes, there won't be a nodeprofile 6.x.
Alritey. Thanks for the heads up.
Fago, will there be an upgrade path from nodeprofile to content profile for us using nodeprofile with Drupal 5?
Yes this would be nice to know. I am about to install node profile on D5 and am wondering if I should better wait until I uprgrade to D6...
I have to say this new content profile module sounds really exciting!
as stated there, there is already an upgrade path as far content profile supports node profile features
> What's missing is the registration and user edit categories integration, which will go into an extension module.
As of now, both features are present in content profile! So I mark this issue as fixed.
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
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