Release Notes: SCMS has been rewritten to fully support the MVC design pattern.
Release Notes: This release fixes cookie lifetimes (Use Session Cookies), session expiration, and X_Forwarded_For IP logging, uses simpler Controller and Models class names, improves configuration, error handling, and .htaccess configuration directives, and adds DB CRUD Permission ACLs (select|update|delete|insert).
Release Notes: Custom routes were added to the XML configuration. Various configuration fixups were made.
Release Notes: Various PHP.INI configuration directives fixes, a reversion to XHTML 1.0 Transitional, and the removal of the buggy installer.
Release Notes: Validation was added for SCMS configuration. A Web installer was added.
Release Notes: Directories were restructured. The database layer was rewritten to use the PDO driver. Object models were added. XHTML mark-up was changed from Transitional to Strict. Session database storage bugs, including CAPTCHA and CSRF session data loss, were fixed. A plug-in and model class auto-loader was added. SCMS dynamic configuration was implemented. Many bugs were fixed, including problems with account locking and error handling, and there were many code cleanups and optimizations.
Release Notes: A major redesign of the SCMS directory structure. New pagesController instead of menu, login, index, captcha, and logout controllers. An SSL requirement per controller method (as opposed to per controller). Improved debug mode logging (a new debugLog configuration directive). SITEROOT has been substituted for DOCROOT, and IncludePath removed (SCMS must now be installed in the document root of the domain).
Release Notes: New User and Role views were added with paging, and Session and Login views were renamed. A new configuration directive, RecordPerPage, was added. A problem in which captchas were not being saved in the session was fixed. The router now passes method parameters via URL (using reflection). The font of captcha was changed to a clearer font, since the previous font made the numeral for one look like the letter "I". An error controller was added for 404 and other SCMS errors. The database now prevents reconnection if a connection is already present. All hashed passwords are now salted using xor'ed scmsEncryption_Salt.
Release Notes: SCMS was completely rewritten into an MVC framework with singleton design pattern support. Many features were added, and stability was improved.
Release Notes: A simple CAPTCHA is included in scms/scms_include/captcha. An scmsUseCaptchaS constant has been added for enabling/disabling image CAPTCHAs. Captcha Images have been added to ALL AUTHENTICATED forms. The old $_SESSION['scms_logins'] variable has been removed from authenticate.php and main.php. Bugs have been fixed in Update() in scms_users.php. The old code bugFixRequirePath.php has been removed from all includes.