display_element()method in the Mason burner once again passes component arguments on to components. And now, so does
See the script's usage info for details. [Dave Rolsky]
output_channel_idparameter to the
list()method of Bric::Biz::Site in order to prevent sites without output channel associations from being listed in the select list for story type and media type elements. [David]
mv $BRICOLAGE_ROOT/comp.old/data $BRICOLAGE_ROOT/comp. [David]
For a complete list of the changes, see the changes file.
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