Release Notes: This release contains some important bugfixes, concerning PostgreSQL support, wiki usage, and SCM functionality, for the 1.3 development line.
Release Notes: This version brings back PostgreSQL support and includes a number of additional bugfixes and an improved French localization.
Release Notes: This release adds overhauled email notifications, a wiki resource system, a customizable forge start page, and mass uploads.
Release Notes: This release features many improvements in the issues tab, including ticket relations support, a new overview page, and improved searching. Many bugs have been fixed, and smaller improvements found their way into the code as well.
Release Notes: This release features support for another version control system, monotone, and comes with tons of smaller improvements and bug fixes.
Release Notes: This release irons out the latest fixes and introduces post commit hooks to get instant notifications of the changes in your repositories. It is recommended to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release introduces the long-awaited multiple SSH key support per user and the ability for the force administrators to add new users manually. This release is also the first fully compatible with PHP 5.3.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a security fix release. It prevents read only source access to private projects managed by git and marked as private for members of the forge. All users using git in a private context are urged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This version greatly enhances the source browser for Git, Subversion, and Mercurial with support for file names with non-Latin characters. Also, a the translation work is gaining momentum with Russian, German, and Slovenian translations. This is a recommended upgrade.
Release Notes: This version adds support for Git, Subversion, and Mercurial tags, and really improves the code review. About 10 other small fixes and improvements make this release a recommended upgrade.