Release Notes: Of the many changes made, a few highlights include new USPS shipping options, a payment module for Concord EFSNet's gateway, a fix for a security hole that exposed variables via the URL, separation of the transaction ID and order number in order routes, support for date-based order numbers, the ability to replace special_pages with subroutines.
Release Notes: This release features an option for separate transaction vs. order number, an optional date-based order number, security improvements, partial table exports, a new SpecialSub directive, the ability to set pervasive default parameters for tags, lots of bugfixes and minor feature enhancements, localization updates, and several new Apache mod_interchange features.
Release Notes: A security hole that allowed access to arbitrary global/catalog variables was fixed.
Release Notes: A security hole that allows disclosure of arbitrary global/catalog variables was fixed.
Release Notes: Myriad changes; this is the first stable release after the long 4.9 development series.
Release Notes: Numerous changes anticipating the upcoming release of 5.0.
Release Notes: Major improvements in the core, the admin, and Foundation. A new stable release (5.0) is near, and this development release is recommended for any new site implementations.
Release Notes: This release has numerous minor bugfixes, the latest mod_interchange, PreFork persistence fixes, a switch to icdevgroup look and contact info, button tag improvements, a bad database infinite loop fix, server header improvements, is more tolerant of ZIP variations in Foundation, payment gateway improvements, and build fixes.
Release Notes: This is an update release prior to a major UI overhaul in the next version. Changes include requirement for Perl 5.6.0 (formerly 5.005), more proxy features, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few problems so that there are no search results in newly-built catalogs, there is a category_vert_toggle component, there is order profile interaction in the PreFork mode, and there is tree statuskeeping. It enhances the Menu module, and fixes bugs in Safe mode field sets for Postgres.