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2.5.0 => 2.5.4

Discussion in 'Showcase Support' started by 1im, Dec 19, 2015.

  1. 1im

    1im New Member Showcase

    Can I just upload and install 2.5.4 or should I install in order 2.5.1 => 2.5.2 => 2.5.3 => 2.5.4

    Been awhile since I upgraded. =}
  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    In most cases (and in this case) yes. The only time you can't is when an upgrade has a minimum version requirement (which in that case, you'd need to upgrade to that version first, then upgrade the the lastest).
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  3. 1im

    1im New Member Showcase

    Whats the minimum version requirement @Bob ? Edit, nvm. I misread.
  4. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    There is none. If you try and upgrade and there is one, the installer will throw an error message that states there is a minimum version requirement (and it will specify what that version is).

    You can upgrade from SC 2.5.0 to SC 2.5.4 without having to run all the middle versions.
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  5. 1im

    1im New Member Showcase

    Thanks @Bob
  6. Karabaja

    Karabaja New Member Showcase

    Hi, @Bob! Could you help me, please?
    I just upgraded from 2.5.0 to the current version. Outdated templates appeared.


    What should I do with them? Merge, revert or save and exit, perhaps? :)
  7. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    It depends on how much (if any) customization you've done on a given template. I always tell people to revert and then reapply any customization that they are wanting to do (as core code could have changed and its always important to make sure core code isn't missing). Merging is for those that understand the template syntax and can make a decision on how to properly merge. If you make the wrong merge, you could be cutting out important functionality in that template (which is why I always say its better to revert and then customize again).
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