Commit a5f93915 authored by Dries's avatar Dries

- Modified patch #34472 by Moshe: uid=1 does not redirect to edit page after registration.

parent f905ab18
......@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ function user_save($account, $array = array(), $category = 'account') {
// Build and save the serialized data field now
$data = array();
foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
if ((substr($key, 0, 4) !== 'auth') && (!in_array($key, $user_fields)) && ($value !== null)) {
if ((substr($key, 0, 4) !== 'auth') && ($key != 'roles') && (!in_array($key, $user_fields)) && ($value !== null)) {
$data[$key] = $value;
}
}
......@@ -1086,7 +1086,7 @@ function user_register($edit = array()) {
user_mail($edit['mail'], t('drupal user account details for %s', array('%s' => $edit['name'])), strtr(t("%username,\n\nYou may now login to %uri using the following username and password:\n\n username: %username\n password: %password\n\n%edit_uri\n\n--drupal"), $variables), "From: $from\nReply-to: $from\nX-Mailer: Drupal\nReturn-path: $from\nErrors-to: $from");
// This should not be t()'ed. No point as its only shown once in the sites lifetime, and it would be bad to store the password.
$form['instructions'] = array('#type' => 'markup', '#value' => "<p>Welcome to Drupal. You are user #1, which gives you full and immediate access. All future registrants will receive their passwords via e-mail, so please configure your e-mail settings using the Administration pages.</p><p> Your password is <strong>$pass</strong>. You may change your password on the next page.</p><p>Please login below.</p>");
$form['#action'] = url("user/$account->uid/edit");
$form['#action'] = url('user/1/edit', 'destination=user/1/edit');
$form['name'] = array('#type' => 'hidden', '#value' => $account->name);
$form['pass'] = array('#type' => 'hidden', '#value' => $pass);
$form['submit'] = array('#type' => 'submit', '#value' => t('Log in'));
......
......@@ -182,7 +182,7 @@ function user_save($account, $array = array(), $category = 'account') {
// Build and save the serialized data field now
$data = array();
foreach ($array as $key => $value) {
if ((substr($key, 0, 4) !== 'auth') && (!in_array($key, $user_fields)) && ($value !== null)) {
if ((substr($key, 0, 4) !== 'auth') && ($key != 'roles') && (!in_array($key, $user_fields)) && ($value !== null)) {
$data[$key] = $value;
}
}
......@@ -1086,7 +1086,7 @@ function user_register($edit = array()) {
user_mail($edit['mail'], t('drupal user account details for %s', array('%s' => $edit['name'])), strtr(t("%username,\n\nYou may now login to %uri using the following username and password:\n\n username: %username\n password: %password\n\n%edit_uri\n\n--drupal"), $variables), "From: $from\nReply-to: $from\nX-Mailer: Drupal\nReturn-path: $from\nErrors-to: $from");
// This should not be t()'ed. No point as its only shown once in the sites lifetime, and it would be bad to store the password.
$form['instructions'] = array('#type' => 'markup', '#value' => "<p>Welcome to Drupal. You are user #1, which gives you full and immediate access. All future registrants will receive their passwords via e-mail, so please configure your e-mail settings using the Administration pages.</p><p> Your password is <strong>$pass</strong>. You may change your password on the next page.</p><p>Please login below.</p>");
$form['#action'] = url("user/$account->uid/edit");
$form['#action'] = url('user/1/edit', 'destination=user/1/edit');
$form['name'] = array('#type' => 'hidden', '#value' => $account->name);
$form['pass'] = array('#type' => 'hidden', '#value' => $pass);
$form['submit'] = array('#type' => 'submit', '#value' => t('Log in'));
......
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