Croogo 2.1.2 and 2.2.0 Released

Posted by Rachman Chavik on Sun, Nov 23 2014

The Croogo Development Team is happy to announce the release of Croogo 2.1.2 and 2.2.0.  This is maintenance release and all users are recommended to upgrade.

Please report any bugs in github.  You can also contribute to the documentation for this release in github.

Version 2.1.2

Croogo 2.1.2 is a maintenance release. All users are recommended to upgrade.

Downloads

Croogo 2.1.2 can be downloaded from http://downloads.croogo.org/

Changelog

Following are some of the notable changes since the 2.1.1:

  • Fix: Invalid arguments ($params format) for Session::setFlash()
  • Fix: Check for mcrypt availability and adjust default in settings.json
  • Remove hardcoded scheme to avoid mix content warning in SSL sites
  • Fix: Avoid infinite loop caused by a broken theme manifest file
  • Replace leftover 'default' element in setFlash() calls
  • Avoid mix content warning in SSL sites
  • FileManager: Add missing call to CroogoHelper::adminTabs();

For detailed changelog, please consult the commit history.

Version 2.2.0

Croogo 2.2.0 is the current stable version. All users are recommended to upgrade

Downloads

Croogo 2.2.0 can be downloaded from http://downloads.croogo.org/

Changelog

Following are some of the notable changes since the 2.1.1:

  • A new Dashboards plugin, enables dynamically attach widgets for your dashboards
  • Improvements on the Link chooser; allows linking to image, pdf, or any uploaded files
  • Improvements on theme settings and variable handing via the new ThemeHelper class
  • Hierarchical view/filtering for Nodes
  • Fix Term editing
  • Fix handling of boolean values when using Params behavior
  • Fix display errors when mcrypt is not available
  • Remove hardcoded http in URLs to avoid mixed content warning in SSL sites
  • Implements rename in the FileManager plugin
  • Allow multiple select when using autocomplete widget

For detailed changelog, please consult the commit history.

A huge thank you to Damien Biasotto, Mike Tallroth, Nicholas Craig, Paul Gardner, Rachman Chavik, Walther Lalk, and Mohammad Saleh for contributing to this release.

SSL

As some may have noticed, we have enabled https on most of our servers. This is made possible by the good folks of GlobalSign and StartCom.  Thank you guys.

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