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I just did some really really basic updates to my site, and now I'm having some extremely weird behavior. Take this conditional for example:

{if '{expiration_date format="%U"}' <= '{current_time format="%U"}'}

Despite outputting both these variables between comment-statements and actually seeing that expiration_date is higher then current_time (i.e. 1358865518 / 1358336648) the result is still being output.

Now in another template I'm using MX Calculcator in a conditional to check for certain entry-counts ({exp:mx_calc expression="mod(({count}-10),19)"}), which was working just dandy til 5 minutes ago, and now always resolves....

Has anyone ever had this before? The only changes I've done are to templates...

  • What do you mean with "basic updates"? – KSPR Jan 16 '13 at 11:21
  • Templates, static files (css, js, images), one or two unrelated modules were updated (Exp-resso Store and Stash). – Steven Jan 16 '13 at 11:24
  • Make sure you're using the latest version of EE, the last version or so had a problem with conditionals. – user1070143 Jan 16 '13 at 12:07
  • gah! dammit! I'm on 2.5.1. ok thanks! – Steven Jan 16 '13 at 12:12
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Ok, so apparently this is a pre 2.5.3 bug. Updating to 2.5.5 resolved this.

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  • Good to know...my installations are on 2.5.3, but I was worried about problems happening!! (I'll still want to get the sites upgraded from 2.5.3, though. I know they had two dot-rev updates released in December 2012.) – user800 Jan 16 '13 at 15:35

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