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03-05-2012

BEdita 3.1.5 and BEdita 3.2 beta - Release announcement

We released today the fifth bugfix version of BEdita 3.1 and a preview and unstable version of BEdita 3.2.

BEdita 3.1.5 (code name ulmus*) introduces a new method to define inverse semantic relations between objects and solves many bugs.
The most important changes are:

  • handle "inverse" relations in objects save and view
  • now gallery too have categories
  • solved a bug about categories and tags, still visible in frontends when 'off'
  • new dummy (example) HTML5 frontend based on H5BP (http://html5boilerplate.com)
  • fixed an annoying bug on searches returning wrongly ordered results

See the changelog for a full list of changes.

 

BEdita 3.2 beta (code name populus**): working hard on the next release, many improvements and features have been introduced. Some are:

  • the Admin module contains now a mail configuration utility, a visual interface for mail configuration directives in BEdita;
  • the Admin module features a view of mail logs;
  • the Admin module presents logs for backend and frontend;
  • the Admin module has a view where administrators may toggle on/off all core modules;
  • the Publication module provides a new basic XML export/import utility;
  • the Publication module has now a tool to hide sections that shouldn't be in the frontend menu and handle canonical paths;
  • new rich text editor: CKEditor (substitutes tinyMCE that has been removed)
  • in Multimedia module existing file/url are correctly managed
  • improved PostgreSQL support (now text searches work properly)

See the changelog for all changes.

Important: have a look at the install guide or if you are upgrading from 3.1 series, have a look at the upgrade guide (upgrade is still not recommended in production environments).

 

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(*) “ulmus” : [ pronounce /ˈəl-məs ] aka elm, a tall deciduous tree that typically has rough serrated leaves and propagates from root suckers, Genus Ulmus, family Ulmaceae.

(**) “populus” : [ pronounce \ˈpä-pyə-ləs\ ], aka poplar, is a genus of 25–35 species of deciduous flowering plants in the family Salicaceae, native to most of the Northern Hemisphere..