Release Notes: This is a bugfix patch on top of 1.3.6. It has a security enhancement in the image editor, and PDO bugfixes during installation.
Release Notes: A regression with PHP code in custom blocks was fixed. The safe iframe support was improved. The SimplePie library was updated to the latest version. There were also core module design improvements and language file improvements.
Release Notes: Some changes were made to iframe support for YouTube, Vimeo, and other sites. A deep searching error was addressed and module CSS caching was improved. TinyMCE was upgraded to version 3.4.9. Posting comments no longer generates a fault and comment editing for anonymous users is no longer a possibility.
Release Notes: This beta version fixes some annoying bugs in the installation routine, including the recover user password functionality that was present in the previous releases. It also introduces the integration of HTMLPurifier 4.4 with support for iframes. This is a beta release, and not to be used on live sites.
Release Notes: The first intermediate release in the 1.3 series includes security fixes, bugfixes, and backported enhancements coming from the development of the next version.
Release Notes: This Long Term Support (LTS) release contains several security fixes, enhancements, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Speed improvements. Drastically lowered memory requirements. Fully PHP 5.3 compatible. Facilitated module development. Updated versions of many modules.
Release Notes: Content module installation was failing in 1.2.5. Dates for new content pages were defaulting to 31 Dec 1969 without any way to change it. Installation of the core on MySQL 5.2, or higher, failed because of the TYPE= statements in the SQL structure. TinyMCE was updated to the latest release, and should work on IE 9.
Release Notes: This release addresses security vulnerabilities in the imagemanager plugin for the TinyMCE editor and in quick search functionality used in the administration area. Improvements for SSL support were back-ported from the current trunk to this version.
Release Notes: This is the first release to offer core support for PHP 5.3. Next to that, a security issue was resolved.