[#2708] mod_cblogin missing client attribute in CB 1.7

9 years 3 months ago - 9 years 3 months ago #172598 by hrweb
In CB 1.7/Joomla 1.7 the mod_cblogin (and moderator/online) module manifests are missing the client attribute. The installer assumes that the client is 'site', which is ok. But, in \libraries\joomla\installer\adapters\module.php around line 75 we have the following code:

constant('JPATH_' . strtoupper($client))

Since $client is empty, the constant function tries to evaluate "JPATH_" and issues a warning, when the code is run in a debugger. (If it's run outside of a debugger, you see nothing.)

The problem here is that the language files wouldn't be loaded. I haven't checked yet to see if there are actually any language files affected by this.
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9 years 3 months ago #172612 by krileon
Was able to confirm your issue and have created a bug ticket to be addressed with next release.


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