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Free Realty

Free Realty is a PHP/MySQL set of scripts based upon Jon Roig's original Open Realty project. Jon's description of the package, "... so easy even a real estate agent can use it.." is the ultimate goal of this project.

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Last announcement

FreeRealty mailing list meltdown 30 Sep 2011 16:21

The FreeRealty mailing list was lost in a server meltdown/upgrade. If you were following the email list, you will need to re-subscribe. http://lists.rwcinc.net/mailman/freerealty Thank you for your interest in FreeRealty, Patrick

Recent releases

  •  23 Dec 2011 15:32

    Release Notes: This release fixes some display errors and the "add property" behavior (now displays a "continue editing" link to just created property) in the admin section. It fixes incorrect links in the property browse section.

    •  17 Jun 2011 18:46

      Release Notes: Bugs in accountedit.php were fixed.

      •  28 May 2011 23:57

        Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the install file.

        •  05 Mar 2011 19:39

          Release Notes: A broken upgrade script was fixed.

          •  28 Feb 2011 14:05

            Release Notes: Minor updates and behavior changes were made. The sort functions were changed to display by city in alphabetical order. The reverse links in similar floorplans and nearby code were fixed. A generic link was added to preview listings if there is no title entered.

            Recent comments

            20 Nov 2003 12:10 gvy

            Re: is the site alive? mirrors?
            SF (http://sourceforge.net/projects/freerealty/)

            23 Aug 2003 08:52 pfleming

            Re: free realty

            >

            > If
            > you are running in a chrooted
            > environment though, you may be required
            > to just use:
            > include("includes/func.php");
            > include("includes/thumbnail.php");
            > include("includes/feature.php");
            > in common.php.

            >


            I forgot to mention that the above includes in common.php don't work when you change directories such as changing to the /admin directory. That's why I stuck the $install_path variable in common.php. If you are going to use includes at the beginning of each file it should work fine. eg. in /admin/admin.php
            include ("../common.php");
            include ("../includes/func.php");
            etc.

            23 Aug 2003 08:40 pfleming

            Re: register globals

            > I don;t see anywhere that global
            > registers has to be set to ON. is this
            > true?


            Right now globals are required for logins. Very minimal work has been done to remove the globals requirement as more current versions of php come with globals off by default. I haven't spent enough time on this particular issue to make it work both ways. There are a couple of ways to bypass the setting on the server, most specifically using the .htaccess file with the entry php_flag register_globals = on Otherwise, the code to allow globals to be set off for the script isn't finished yet and does have some work to be done before it's ready to go live.


            Patrick

            22 Aug 2003 13:00 wcardinal

            register globals
            I don;t see anywhere that global registers has to be set to ON. is this true?

            12 Aug 2003 14:37 pfleming

            Re: free realty

            > for a 2.8 release are there supposed to
            > be so many calls to undefined
            > functions?
            >
            > getdb() to start, then when I inserted
            > my own db access functions
            >
            > show_features()
            > nav_jump()
            >
            > all appeared to be undefined?
            >
            > am I using a beta version? is there
            > somethign I am missing?
            >
            > came here from slashdot but am
            > interested in the project as I do web
            > work for realtors and wanted to see what
            > the project offered


            If those are not working it is possible that the $install_path is not correctly set in common.php. $install_path is used to point the scripts to the includes folder correctly as you will see if you look near the bottom of common.php. If you are running in a chrooted environment though, you may be required to just use: include("includes/func.php");
            include("includes/thumbnail.php");
            include("includes/feature.php");
            in common.php.
            Please contact me to let me know of your progress, I hate not knowing whether you a)never checked back here or b)never got it working.

            Thanks,
            Patrick

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