Release Notes: This is a major release. As usual, the main focus was on fixing bugs. This release also adds updated bundled jquery and jqplot libraries, new user and history searches, testruns on tasks, updated burndown graphs and counter graphs, more information in appointment overviews, improved searches and overviews, improved customization, and authentication via Google ID (see the google_api subdir).
Release Notes: New per-user and per-project config variables. Some initial pages supporting a mobile layout (using jQuery mobile). Bugs can require a target project/version for some specific states. Checks age / length and special characters for passwords. A lot of standardization and bugfixes, and many other changes.
Release Notes: This is a major release. TUTOS is now much more customizable. Features like adding notes or bugs can can now be enabled or disabled on a per-object basis (for users and/or teams). Support was added for PHP's mysqli driver. A lot of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release introduces two new modules: test management and scrum support. The third notable feature is the new enhanced menu system which is based on jQuery. Other changes are mainly the enhancement of many search forms and the ability for better customization.
Release Notes: This release adds a bunch of new features like stored queries for the overview pages, permissions for the info block in the mytutos page, generation of RSS feeds, a state transition control module that allows you to customize the states for projects, bugs, etc. On the admin side, there is a lot more freedom in customization. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed. This release introduces some new modules like a counter and a stuff module (i.e. inventory). There is also a new standard way to create backups and to manage the customization of displayed text. A ready-to-run VM appliance was added.
Release Notes: This release adds support for PHP 5.2.