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TeeJay (2309)

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Tuesday July 19, 2005
02:05 PM

Maypole 2.10 Release

[ #25794 ]

I am pleased to say that Maypole 2.10 has been released and will be available from CPAN shortly

2.10 is mostly a caretaker release consisting of bug fixes and small incremental improvements that are backwards compatible.

* Changes and Fixes

  • Multiple Template Paths added ( bug 13447 )
  • Small fix to templates/factory/frontpage ( bug 11236 )


  • MasonX support in Maypole::Application ( bug 12383 )


  • Maypole::Model::CDBI::Plain / Maypole Config issue ( bug 11530 )


  • Repeat Submission detection support ( Bug 6500 )


  • Fix to setup_database in Maypole::Model::CDBI ( Bug #12384 )


  • Fix to plugin to allow Maypole::Plugin::Config::YAML to work


  • Fix to Maypole::Model::CDBI order sub from list


  • Improvements to list template and classdata

* Additional Requirements :

  • Digest::MD5

* Backwards compatibility Issues

  • Maypole will now die rather than warn when plugins do not load.

Moving forwards in 2.11 we'll be looking hard at ease of use and consistency and any low hanging fruit that can provide performance improvements. I would also like to concentrate on getting the documentation up to date and consistent. Any help in this will be greatly appreciated.

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  • Congrats for getting it out, and many thanks for taking up the baton. We're using maypole at work, and it's pretty much perfect for what we are using it as.

    I just need to understand how to implement user controls, who can edit which tables and the like and life will be perfect. Any pointers?

    -- "It's not magic, it's work..."