[development] No last access?

Carl Mc Dade carl_mcdade at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 11 09:26:39 UTC 2007

Dear, explicatives deleted (Karoly Negyesi)

Don't step on my thread with your venemous attitude. If you can't help or have anything nice to say then go back to sleep. I asked a simple question in the right area. If you want to go at me then you are welcome to send as much off list mail as you like. Don't use this list as your public soap box.
 Carl Mc Dade
Web Developer


----- Original Message ----
From: Karoly Negyesi <karoly at negyesi.net>
To: development at drupal.org
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2007 10:13:12 AM
Subject: Re: [development] No last access?

> Is there no longer a last access functionality? using the global user and
calling $user->access gives the value after the database has been
updated. Not the value in the database at the time of login. Ex. the
value in the database table is 0000002. You will not get this value but
the value 0000003 which is the time of the latest access.
Carl Mc Dade

Dear Mr. Mc Dade,

Thanks for filing a detailed report -- which included the used Drupal version, whether the user is anonymous or not and all other details that you might find relevant -- in the issue queue as it's proper. Of course, none the less can expected from a long time Drupal contributor whose contributions include one of the most heated threads on drupal.org and some extremely clever use of drupal.org's high Google page rank through the user profile.

Kind regards,

Karoly Negyesi

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