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Hi mj ANDOR Alec
I was just wondering whether my slightly editted version of OJS will be easilly upgradeable when It comes the time.
I have made changes to
& possibly some insignificant bits into /classes ...tho I may not have.
I have a test site so i can take the precautions, but it would be good to know.
Thanks and Regards
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Upgrading a lightly modified version isn't too difficult, depending on the modifications, if you use the diff / patch toolset. These are standard *NIX tools, although they're available on Windows machines too.
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