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Rails 2.3 (1 comment)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang almost 9 years ago

As of r2887, Redmine devel version (trunk) runs with Rails 2.3.4.
You can install the required gems by running:

gem install rails -v=2.3.4

Redmine 0.8.5 released (2 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang almost 9 years ago

This release fixes a few Redmine bugs and includes Rails 2.1.2 with several security patches applied: If you are running the trunk version of Redmine, you can either:
  • install Rails 2.2.3 once it's released by the Rails core team
  • update your copy to r2887 that runs with Rails 2.3.4

Redmine 0.8.4 security/bug fix released (11 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang about 9 years ago

Redmine 0.8.4 fixes a vulnerability related to the 'autologin' feature. This vulnerability may affect people using Redmine with Phusion Passenger (a.k.a. mod_rails/mod_rack) and thus, upgrading is highly recommended. If you're not able to upgrade, you should disable the 'autologin' feature.

This release also fixes a memory consumption on big files upload.

As previous 0.8.x releases, it's still running with Rails 2.1.2.
You can see the list of changes in the Changelog and download this release at Rubyforge.

A Redmine blog by Eric Davis (3 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang about 9 years ago

Eric Davis, an active contributor, launches a blog dedicated to Redmine.
This blog will keep you informed of latest Redmine core and plugins features.

You can find it at redmineblog.com.

Redmine 0.8.3 released (3 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang about 9 years ago

This maintenance release can be found at Rubyforge.

Redmine 0.8.2 released (5 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

It brings some minor improvements and fixes.
You can get it at Rubyforge

Rails 2.2 and I18n (4 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

The work done last weeks in the rails-2.2 branch was merged into the trunk a few minutes ago (r2493).
So current trunk now requires Rails 2.2.2 to be installed. Installing the appropriate gem is pretty straightforward:

gem install rails -v=2.2.2

Here are some important notes for people who want to upgrade their trunk checkout:

  • If you had frozen Rails in your working copy, make sure to remove it before restarting the application (simply remove /vendor/rails). Otherwise the application will use this old frozen Rails version, and won't start.
  • As requested in #2628, Redmine now uses cookies to store session data by default. This prevents tons of files from being saved in /tmp/sessions and improves overall response time.
    To insure data integrity, the cookie store needs a secret to be generated before the first time you start the application. A rake task was added to make this step easier. You just need to run the following command from your Redmine directory:
    rake config/initializers/session_store.rb

Another big change was done on the internationalization support. Redmine now uses the new I18n module shipped with Rails 2.2, instead of the GLoc plugin. Translation files can be found under /config/locales. Contributors are now invited to submit their translation updates based on these files.

The 0.8-stable branch and the forthcoming 0.8.x releases will still use Rails 2.1.2.

Redmine 0.8.1 released (4 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

This new release fixes several bugs including the invalid redirect after a login failure, and brings a few improvements.
See what's new in the Changelog and download it at Rubyforge.

Redmine 0.7.4 and 0.8.0 released (6 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

Redmine 0.8.0 final release is now available for download at Rubyforge.

It fixes a few bugs and several security vulnerabilities.
The security fixes were backported to the 0.7 branch and a 0.7.4 release is available for those who don't want to upgrade to 0.8 now.

One of these vulnerabilities forced me to disable inline styles in textile tags (see #2416).

Redmine 0.8.0 release candidate (3 comments)

Added by Jean-Philippe Lang over 9 years ago

This new release brings a long list of features and fixes. Among them are:
  • cross-project search engine
  • cross-project time report
  • free ticket filtering on calendar and gantt
  • ticket integration via emails
  • wiki page protection and hierarchy
  • user's activity view

You can see the full list in the Changelog.
This release comes with rails 2.1.2 bundled which is now required for the 0.8.x serie.

It can be downloaded at Rubyforge.

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