Submitted by Justinpie on May 8, 2003 - 23:01
I remember a couple of weeks back you were going to try out that ATP autoupdater. Do you have any initial impressions of it? -Justin
by Xaviar Xerexes - 05/12/2003 - 22:20
[quote:7adffb5422="Justinpie"]I remember a couple of weeks back you were going to try out that
ATP autoupdater. Do you have any initial impressions of it?
It works great. The single comic version that is (there is a "multi-comic option" in it but ATP is working on improving it so wait til the next version). You can see my implementation of it at
I run this place! Tip the piano player on the way out.
by Xaviar Xerexes - 05/13/2003 - 10:23
Yep I used MySQL.
As someone who has shopped hosting packages extensively if you're willing to spend 10 bucks a month on hosting you should be getting a healthy number of MySQL databases included (for no extra charge). If you're not you should move to someone else.
by Xaviar Xerexes - 12/08/2003 - 21:39
I also started using the ATP module for Postnuke on burntdogradio.com- someone ported ATP to Postnuke. It's great if you've already got a Postnuke site up and running and want to add a comic. Downside is much more limited page design right now because the template is somewhat fixed (you can change it if you PHP but that's not for most).
by Warren . - 05/14/2003 - 23:13
Sweeet... maybe it's time to dump autokeenlite. Especially for that calendar.
by Justinpie - 05/13/2003 - 17:22
Say, you've even got an update calendar on there! That's great!
I should look around for something MySQLable now.
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by chi - 05/13/2003 - 07:57
I use it too. It rules. :D Did you use MySQL on yours Xerexes? 'cos I kinda side-stepped it, and it runs god-awful slow. but yours flies like flying things! :D
by chi - 05/13/2003 - 14:43
Yeah, I have them, I just have no idea how to use them. XD After many arguements, I decided to go without it. But then, if it speeds the site up that much, I figure it's worth it. :D:D Thanks! I'm gonna go bother some techy friends! XD
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