Extensions currently cannot be downloaded
Last edit: 12:50, 4 May 2012
It's better than nothing, right?
As long as this problem is not fixed, you can update extensions using the command line (= Shell). On the Shell go to the folder "extensions/" in your installation:
Then get the files e.g. of the Collection extension with the following command on the command line:
This will download you the folder "Collection" with the extension in it into the folder extensions/.
Can I do this using FTP? I can't seem to find a place to get to the command line. Using Core.
I think not, but I am not sure how to find out! I went here and copied everything (except the language files) into a folder called Cite in extensions and then wrote the appropriate line in LocalSettings.php. Special Pages: Version tells me I have Cite but when I use the
< ref>text< /ref> with </references>
feature I get the following: <cite_reference_link> </references> and <cite_error> I do not get a footnote. I have been at this for days now and am at my wit's end.