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Friday February 06, 2004
04:13 PM

Bricolage 1.6.9

[ #17255 ]

I'm pleased to announce the release of Bricolage 1.6.9. This maintenance release addresses a number issues discovered since the release of version 1.6.8. Here is the complete list of chnages for this release:

  • Fixed installation and upgrade scripts to use the same perl binary as was used to execute Makefile.PL. This ensures that all necessary CPAN modules will be correctly installed and located. [Simon Wilcox]
  • Story profile JavaScript validation works again. Thanks to Simon Wilcox for the spot! [David]
  • Eliminated the need for the Apache::ConfigFile module, and thus some annoying problems with the CPAN indexer when trying to install it. [David]
  • Fixed order of SQL statement execution upon installation so that dependencies are properly handled. [Mark]
  • New file resources created for distribution are now created with the proper media type. [Mark]
  • The German localization module (Bric::Util::Language::de_de) had the wrong package name, which meant that attempts to use it failed with the error "Can't locate class method 'Bric::Util::Language::de_de::new' via package 'Bric::Util::Language::de_de'". [Dave Rolsky]
  • Added new path to find PostgreSQL installed by some Debian packages. [Cinly Ooi]
  • Workflows with special characters such as "+" and "&" now work properly in the side navigation. Thanks to Patrick Walsh for the spot! [David]
  • Start desks can no longer be removed from workflows. This prevents workflows from having no desks, thus avoiding problems adding desks to such workflows. Reported by Patrick Walsh. [David]
  • Pushing the cancel button in a desk profile and then in a workflow profile no longer redirects back to the desk profile. [David]
  • Made publish_date not be empty when publish is done through the SOAP API and no publish_date argument is passed. [Scott]
  • Fixed CPAN installer to correctly update the list of modules to be installed after a module has been successfully installed. Reported by Perrin Harkins. [David]
  • Checkout checkboxes no longer appear for assets that users don't have permission to check out. Thanks to Alexander Ling for the spot! [David]
  • Bric::Biz::AssetType::Parts::Data's "lookup()" method now returns deactivated objects, as it should. Thanks to Nuno Barreto for the spot. [David]
  • Events with attributes with the same name as attributes of the object the event was triggered on (a common occurrence) no longer confuses the two. Thanks to Todd Tyree for the spot. [David]
  • Users granted permission to access the members of a group via two user group associations now always get the highest priority permission, as it should be. Thanks to Patrick Walsh for the spot. [David]
  • Textarea fields in elements no longer lose some of their default data after editing the field in the element manager. Reported by Todd Tyree. [David]
  • Media assets now properly remember their class, which means that autopopulated fields (such as "height" and "width" for images) are autopopulated when a new image file is uploaded. Thanks to Patrick Walsh for the spot! [David]
  • Updated Chinese Traditional localization. [Kang-min Liu]

See the changes page for a complete history of Bricolage changes.

ABOUT BRICOLAGE

Bricolage is a full-featured, enterprise-class content management and publishing system. It offers a browser-based interface for ease-of use, a full-fledged templating system with complete HTML::Mason and HTML::Template support for flexibility, and many other features. It operates in an Apache/mod_perl environment, and uses the PostgreSQL RDBMS for its repository. A comprehensive, actively-developed open source CMS, Bricolage has been hailed as "Most Impressive" in 2002 by eWeek.

Learn more about Bricolage and download it from the Bricolage home page.

Enjoy!

David

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