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Thomas Selendt wrote:
Also I can not install SobiPro 1.4.9.
Even then, the error message appears
"Unexpected file extension in" ... libraries / sobi / Sobi-1.0.8.phar.tar.gz / Framework.php ".
Jochen Vogler wrote:
1535198703 Unexpected file extension in "phar:///is/htdocs/xxxx/www/xxxx/libraries/sobi/Sobi-1.0.8.phar.tar.gz/Framework.php"
extracting the files did not help either
Happened after update to Joomla 3.9.3; before the update everything worked just fine.
Jochen Vogler wrote:I replaced the changed files in libraries (cmd.php) and in folder vendor/composer (autoload_classmap.php, autoload_psr4.php, autoload_static.php, classloader.php and installed.json) with the old ones and it's working again
Same issue here. Our SobiPro directory is the primary income source for our website so we must have it working. We tried Jochen Vogler's fix but it did not work so we went back to 3.9.2. Do you have a projection for when this issue will be fixed?
Sigrid Suski wrote:
Joomla 3.9.3 now inhibits the loading of our phar packed framework. https://developer.joomla.org/security-centre/770-20190206-core-implement-the-typo3-phar-stream-wrapper.html
We need to find a solution how to overcome this new limitation of Joomla. Until then, please do NOT update Joomla on your SobiPro powered site or revert back to Joomla 3.9.2.
PS: Hacking of Joomla is not recommended
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