[EventCalendar] RE: Two noob Qs: sched format, delete old entries

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Sun Feb 15 03:56:18 UTC 2009


just delete from the plugins page.
That will do what you need.

On Sat, Feb 14, 2009 at 9:43 PM, <rcurzon at spamcop.net> wrote:

> ====== msg
> deactivate 3.1.4 before upgrading.
> then, delete the 3.1.4 folder
>
> Then copy in the 3.2dev stuff
>
> and then re-activate.
>
> Rick
> =====
>
> OK now I've learned a bit of caution ;-) ...
>
> I see the plugins page has 2 stages of "getting rid of the old one".
>
> First I can "deactivate", then I can "delete" in a separate option.
>
> Of course what I'd like is to delete everything in the control panel data
> structures...  and everything on the disc.
>
> EXCEPT !!! not lose my database entries.
>
> Is there a risk of that if I do anything here?
>
> Is "delete" here in the Plugins page all I need... or do I have to go to
> the file system and delete the tree physically?
>
> Can't be too careful, right?
>
> tx
> R
>
>
>
> Quoting rcurzon at spamcop.net:
>
>  thanks for the info...
>>
>> I tried to upgrade to 3.2, following the directions...
>>
>> Before you start, make sure that you have at least MySQL v4.
>> = 1. Upload to your plugins folder, usually `wp-content/plugins/` =
>>     The plugin is in the form of a directory called 'eventcalendar3'.
>> = 2. Activate the plugin on the plugin screen. =
>>     Don't try to view your blog yet. First you must...
>> = 3. Change settings on the "Options > Event Calendar" options screen. =
>> etc....
>>
>> How do you do #2?  After uncompressing files, I can no longer log into
>> my blog.
>>
>> (  Luckily, I uncompressed 3.14 again over top of 3.2, and everything
>> works as before.  But how do you move ahead?  )
>>
>> tx
>> Richard
>>
>
>
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