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All releases of Xaraya

  •  13 Jan 2010 05:30
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    Release Notes: Calls to deprecated functions in PHP 5.3 and later have been replaced. The minimum PHP version was changed to 4.4.7. Built-in support was added for JavaScript frameworks and AJAX (and jQuery is included by default). Many UI improvements were made, including layout, CSS classes, and Tango icons. Xaraya can now generate HTTPS URLs, as well as 4xx and 5xx HTTP headers. A new dedicated Installer theme was added. All template filenames now use .xt by default (though .xd is still supported). A total of 94 distinct bugs have been fixed.

    •  15 Dec 2009 03:39
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      Release Notes: This release candidate is a feature-complete development release leading up to 1.2.0. Upgrade code is now in place. Function calls deprecated in PHP 5.3 have been replaced. Xaraya can now send 4xx and 5xx HTTP response headers. Seven additional bugs have been fixed since beta 1.

      •  13 Oct 2009 16:14
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        Release Notes: The PHP requirement has been raised to 4.4.7. Support has been added for JavaScript frameworks, with jQuery and some plugins included by default. UI enhancements based on jQuery, with much less obtrusive JS. Template file names now default to .xt. The ability to produce HTTPS URLs on demand in xarModURL has been added. A new Installer theme has been added. Tango icons have been used throughout the UI. Over 70 bugs have been fixed.

        •  25 Nov 2008 05:02
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          Release Notes: Enhancements include a fix for an undefined $tplData error under PHP 5.2.6+ and the ability for a session to have more than one active authkey (useful for AJAX). The roles -> getallactive user API function now returns a consistent data type. 17 bugs were fixed.

          •  05 Jan 2008 00:57
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            Release Notes: This release includes more XHTML correctness and a new OrderSelect Dynamic Data Property and removes duplicate entries in CACHEKEYS when a new entry added. Numerous bugs were fixed.

            •  23 Apr 2007 06:18
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              Release Notes: ADODB has been upgraded to 4.93a. Further work separating roles and registration modules was done. A dynamic blocklayout template property was added. GET and POST parameter names may start with a digit. The Roles module has been fixed to allow users to change their email address. Security was enhanced. A config variable was updated to allow members to send email to other users via a form, and users are allowed to enable this feature in their account. General cleanup was done for Primary Parent options. Dynamicdata now generates correct DD item counts when matching multiple categories.

              •  26 Jun 2006 03:42
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                Release Notes: This is a maintenance release providing bugfixes and minor enhancements to the prior 1.1 version.

                •  08 May 2006 17:22
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                  Release Notes: This is a major point release in the 1.x Xaraya Core series. It includes major changes and enhancements over prior versions, as well as important bugfixes.

                  •  15 Jan 2006 15:12
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                    Release Notes: This is a security and maintenance release which adds further tightening of security in roles.

                    •  08 Dec 2005 19:28
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                      Release Notes: This release addresses a number of bugs since version 1.0, has some minor enhancements, and integrates the previously announced security vulnerability fix. If you have not already applied the previously released security patch, upgrading immediatly is recommended.

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