Release Notes: You can no longer create a folder called "index". Expiration date of a version with a date in the future are now kept. Support for customizing HTTP headers on most of the default Silva contents was added. Metadata sets were renamed. A method was added for repairing the order of the ordered container. A user menu was added to the SMI, replacing the user preferences and logout buttons. An "About Silva" popover was added. Preview resolutions are now configurable, for testing on small screens, mobile, and tablets. Tests were improved.
Release Notes: This is a major release. The new architecture sports a state-of-the-art user interface, entirely AJAX-driven and much more user-friendly, responsive, and better performing. It includes a new content editor running on top of a new document type. Silva News Network has been refactored and provides advanced calendar functionality. On a system level, the performance of both the frontend and backend has been immensely improved.
Release Notes: Mobile skins based on browser detection. A robust reference management system that preserves links between resources. WSGI server support. A more consistent API. An improved testing infrastructure.
Release Notes: The new TOC features made available in Silva 2.1 are now accessible within documents by using the TOC code source with the id “cs_toc”. Kupu now has merging and splitting table cells functionality for tables. External Sources can now have a preview in Kupu. DateTime widgets in the SMI now have a ‘calendar’ button which opens a popup calendar. The link and image tools were redesigned. Recursive publishing actions are now possible. Indexer objects now use IntIDs. Files and images now support blob storage. A local site feature has been introduced.
Release Notes: This release adds a range of features for Author/Editors (such as 'elaborate' Code Sources, an "Editor Comments" toolbox, much more configurable Automatic Table of Contents, preview with public layout, and an improved Lookup Window) and for Site Managers (e.g. a quota subsystem, Zope Pluggable Authentication Service, authentication with OpenID, and a CAPTCHA). It has performance and technical improvements such as functional tests.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that fixes various issues. Non-ASCII characters in names or values of CodeSource paramaters no longer result in errors. The path adapter behavior is more robust for incorrect links. Anchors were moved inside divs in XSLT renderer. A privilege problem in user settings screen was fixed. The forms editor should no longer throw out URL fragment information (#foo). Browser language settings no longer ignore the English language.
Release Notes: This is the first release that really starts using Zope 3 technology in the core, and is the first step in a longer evolution. It does not have a lot of externally visible feature changes, but focuses on working with Zope 2.8 and Five 1.2.