Redmine 0.9.1 released (11 comments)
Redmine 0.9.1 (aka 0.9 final) is now available, you can get it at Rubyforge.
Redmine 0.9 release candidate (20 comments)
A release candidate for the new stable branch 0.9 was published today.
You can get it at Rubyforge.
Upgrading from a previous release is pretty straightforward, the few steps to follow are described in RedmineUpgrade.
The release is packaged with Rails 2.3.5.
0.9 feature freeze (15 comments)
The 0.9-stable branch was added in r3244.
A release candidate will be made available in a few days but you can start testing it by checking it out at:
It runs with Rails 2.3.5 so make sure you have the proper gems installed.
gem install rails -v=2.3.5
Here is a quick summary of the major improvements that 0.9 brings:
Unlimited project nesting
In previous Redmine versions, project hierarchy was restricted to only 2 levels (root projects and one children level).
You can now create parent/child projects without any limitation.
Internally, the project hierarchy now relies on nested sets to avoid performance drop on deep project trees.
Projects can now share their versions with other projects in different ways.
Each version of a project can be shared with:
- projects in the project hierarchy: ancestors + descendants
- projects in the project tree: root project + all its descendants
- all projects
You can define user groups and add groups to projects with their own permissions.
Users can now have multiple roles on a project.
This makes it easier to combine different sets of permissions.
Project creation by non-admin usersNon-admin users can now be allowed to create projects or subprojects.
Two permissions are available:
- create project: this can be given to registered users so that they can create root projects
- create subprojects: this can be given to project members (eg. project managers) so that they can add subprojects to their projects
Administrators are now able to copy an entire project with its data (members, issues, versions...).
Issue list improvement
- Dynamic columns selection
- Sort on multiple columns, including custom fields
- Issue grouping
- Ability to adjust custom query filters without editing the query
Redmine 0.8.7 security release (6 comments)
This release adds protection against potential CSRF attacks.
Migration is done as usual but you need to generate a secret before restarting the application.
From your Redmine directory, simply run the following command once:
This release fixes a few bugs as well.
If you are not able to upgrade to 0.8.7 but want a fix for this security issue, you can install the following plugin from Eric Davis:
http://github.com/edavis10/redmine_security_4216 (Redmine 0.8.x required)
Redmine 0.8.6 released (3 comments)
This release fixes a few bugs and vulnerabilities.
Rails 2.3 (1 comment)
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)
- 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)
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.
A Redmine blog by Eric Davis (3 comments)
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)
This maintenance release can be found at Rubyforge.
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