Release Notes: This release adds passlib support for greatly enhanced password hash security using sha512_crypt. It adds an enhanced resetpw script so that admins can easily mass-reset passwords in all user accounts and notify the users about it. There are other minor bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: This release fixes serious security issues.
Release Notes: A few security fixes, some bugfixes, and a few minor new features.
Release Notes: A few security fixes and several bugfixes. Fixes for Python 2.7 compatibility.
Release Notes: This release fixes major security issues. All users of moin 1.9.x (x < 2) are advised to upgrade as soon as possible. If you use moin 1.8.7, you already have those security fixes. If you use some old 1.8.x release, either upgrade to 1.8.7 or 1.9.2. This release also fixes some normal bugs. New features include pagination for the revision history viewer, pygments upgraded to 1.2.2 (some fixes and some new lexers), and dynamic sizing of the text editor height to avoid double scrollbars.
Release Notes: This release fixes. major security issues. All users of moin 1.x.y (x < 9) are advised to upgrade as soon as possible. If you use moin 1.9.x, 1.9.2 will be available soon to fix respective issues there. It also fixed a few bugs, like transclusion of (e.g. video) attachments from other pages not working, edit locking for non-logged in editors with log_remote_addr=False, some minor XML-RPC related problems, using umask for page packages, and a Win32-specific bug in SubProcess (fixes calling of external xapian index filters).
Release Notes: This release fixes a major security issue in MoinMoin 1.9.0; all users are advised to upgrade immediately. There are also many normal bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: This is a new feature release, but it also has quite a few bugfixes. Python 2.4 is required now. Everything is based on WSGI now. Differently sized sets of system/help pages are offered. Modular group/dict data access was added. Xapian indexing and searching was improved. Regex searching is based on Xapian now. Drawing support was improved for twikidraw and anywikidraw was added. Syntax highlighting is based on the Pygments library now. Authentication improvements were made for http_auth, ldap, and openid. SlideShow action was added. Lots of other small features and bugfixes were added.
Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release. Upgrading is recommended for all users. Xapian indexing and filtering was fixed. An i18n crash was fixed. Some redirects use 301 status now. httponly cookies are not used by default. Upgrading SHA to SSHA hash was fixed. In RenamePage, subpage renaming is aborted if renaming the main page is unsuccessful. Search result ordering was improved. An MS Powerpoint indexing filter was added. Migration scripts were added to make finding damaged edit-log entries easier. The SubscribeUser action now supports username regexes and unsubscribing.
Release Notes: This release is mostly a bugfix release. Fixes were made for attachment link attributes, PDF embedding HTML, rightsidebar CSS, the revert and diff actions, the comment in email notifications, an endless loop with mailimport, empty list items in the GUI editor, and openidrp/botbouncer param count. For Windows users, caching lock code was improved. For Xapian indexing, exceptions are now caught when a bad zip file is encountered. CAS authentication and support for httponly (session) cookies were added. HTTP and LDAP auth, the data browser widget, url_schemas, and mimetypes were improved.