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PG 9.0 compatibility. Changes regarding the usage of sequences in order to avoid errors of 'missing FROM-clause message' on queries.

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    /openacs-4/packages/dotlrn/dotlrn.info
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    /openacs-4/packages/dotlrn/tcl/applets-procs.tcl
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    /openacs-4/packages/dotlrn/tcl/applets-procs.xql
PG 9.0 compatibility. Changes regarding usage of sequences. Deleting unused views and sequences.

PG 9.0 compatibility. Avoiding quering the root folder from dual.

PG 9.0 compatibility. Avoiding fetching next value of sequences using a view.

- added experimental folder-procs

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    /openacs-4/packages/xowiki/tcl/folder-procs.tcl
- added experimental menu-procs

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    /openacs-4/packages/xowiki/tcl/menu-procs.tcl
- add support for content_type image

Fix count query to also honor the extra_args

Fix to parse and insert LOM metadata included as an external file.

LOM metadata wouldn't be parsed and inserted correctly if it was in an external file instead of inserted as a subnode of the metadata one.

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    /openacs-4/packages/lors/tcl/lors-imsmd-procs.tcl
Remove extra log messages (leftover from my previous commit)

Fix queries

- make yui-carousel better configurable

- make listing folder/parent_item aware

Made default master color banding use the same values as the list

template css color banding, for consistentcy.

- fix collateral damage from changes in pretty_link

apm_parameter__get_value bug missed by merge apparently.

- avoid attempts to resolve "self" from tcl function frames (as suggested by Stefan)

- Fix for Tcl 8.5: OpenACS did overwrite the Tcl built-in command

"::apply" and broke therefore all scripts/libraries using it.

Changed the name of the OpenACS function to "ad_apply" and altered

the few occurances. The fix works as well with Tcl 8.4. The proper

fix for 8.5 would be to use instead of the function the expand

operator {*}

- Fix for Tcl 8.5: OpenACS did overwrite the Tcl built-in command

"::apply" and broke therefore all scripts/libraries using it.

Changed the name of the OpenACS function to "ad_apply" and altered

the few occurances. The fix works as well with Tcl 8.4. The proper

fix for 8.5 would be to use instead of the function the expand

operator {*}

- fix for Tcl 8.5: OpenACS did overwrite the Tcl built-in command "::apply" and broke therefore all scripts/libraries using it.

Changed the name of the OpenACS function to "ad_apply" and altered the few occurances.

The fix works as well with Tcl 8.4. The proper fix for 8.5 would be to use instead of the function the expand operator {*}

- simplified order-composite stacking by using an explicit stack (as suggested by Stefan)

- new method "search_render" to allow class or instance specific search content

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    /openacs-4/packages/xowiki/tcl/xowiki-procs.tcl
- remove warning from CSS validator

remove old limitation that forbids acs_objecs of more than 8 digits

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    /openacs-4/packages/acs-subsite/www/o.vuh
disable old integer limit that forbids objects with more than 8 digits via regexp

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    /openacs-4/packages/acs-subsite/www/o.vuh
Bumped version numbers to 5.6.0d1

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    /openacs-4/packages/acs-tcl/acs-tcl.info
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query update

Adjustung the XOTcl 1.* compat layer for recent changes in the NSF/Nx interface, namely ::nsf::alias now expecting a '-frame object' nonpos arg rather than the '-objscope' switch

Merged oacs-5-6 to HEAD. HEAD now installs and passes all core tests. There

may still be some lingering problems due to my screwing up the oacs-5-6

branch earlier, I'll be looking into this later.

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In NaviServer usage of ns_startcontent is deprecated instead we use ns_headers to specify the content-type which is added to the connection outputheaders ( which are sent to the client when the first ns_write is called, so no need to use ns_write to write headers to the client before serving the content)