Release Notes: Support for SQLite database back-ends has been added. Possible SQL injection vulnerabilities in the MySQL back-end have been fixed by using mysql_real_escape_string() instead of mysql_escape_string(). A description of the MVC framework has been added to the manual. There are various small bugfixes.
Release Notes: Projects can now be configured as relocatable. A relocatable Web site can run from any URL without a change of the base URL path and subsequent recompiling. Display of the "Debug log", "Prefer action aliases", and "Relocatable" settings has been added to the project information page. Every page now contains a link to the support forum in its bottom left corner.
Release Notes: A new feature has been added - if you have an external encoder with support for expiry dates you can configure expiry periods/dates for encoded projects. You can now specify all database settings upon project creation. A bug that could cause a crash when editing project database settings was fixed.
Release Notes: Users can specify the file and directory layout of created Web sites, so now compiled Web sites can run on a Web server without any reconfiguration of the Web server pathnames. The nested set and sorted list libraries have been converted from PL/pgSQL code to PHP code, so now these libraries can be used in MySQL projects. New functions have been added to the lib_file library. A bug which prevented correct creation of text URLs has been fixed. Several bugs have been fixed in the lib_file library.
Release Notes: Support for multiple CSS files has been added. Now CSS files are edited just like other plaintext files. A bug has been fixed which prevented running projects that used MySQL as a database backend. The installer checks if an IonCube loader is present and if not, the loader is added to php.ini.
Release Notes: An unlimited input length is allowed in most text fields. Search engine friendly URLs are supported now. Projects can be compiled to run from subdirectories.