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BP 1.2 and bbPress admin/plugins

  • Mark


    Couple of questions regarding Buddypress 1.2 and bbPress integration: Is there going to be a way to somehow get to the admin interface for bbPress? And is there going to be a way to add and activate bbPress plugins?

    At the moment I don’t see anything in BP 1.2 that allows for either of those things to happen.

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  • That was part of BP before version 1.1



    OK, getting somewhere now:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_wire_setup_globals() in /home/mysite/public_html/wpmu/wp-content/mu-plugins/oci_bp_group_forums.php on line 618

    so the bbpress and Buddypress plugins are making contact but they are using (at least one) obsolete function. What is the replacement for bp_wire_setup_globals()?

    , what did you modify? I noticed that posts in bbpress don’t show up on the activity notifications, and the public/private/hidden stuff doesn’t seem to work either…

    I can’t remember but i had to rewrite a bunch of it – and also hack the bbPress core to play nice with the GMT buddypress timestamps. Then throw in that bpGroups uses xmlrpc – so personally i’m moving to open up bbpress within buddypress instead of running an external bbpress install (with all the hidden/private forums)



    “OK, tried both methods M suggested, and they get me this far:

    1) I can create posts and forums in the bbPress admin panel

    2) They don’t show up in BuddyPress/forums”

    ^^Exactly my problem – any may have a solution to this?

    Narada Das


    What a waste of time.
    Yes Ive tried Ms method too. It is not enough by itself.

    So – basically BP users who are content with the default settings of bbpress now have it easy.
    But anyone who wants to install plugins for bbpress finds it a nightmare.

    Paul Gibbs


    Don’t worry, bbPress plugin is being worked on which will make this thing as easy. Baby steps.



    I’m so confused at this point, as to why it works the way it does.

    I was so happy to find buddypress but not being able to create default support forums is nuts. I don’t quite know what to do now.

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