Rails 2.2 and I18n (4 comments)
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.
/tmp/sessionsand 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:
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)
Redmine 0.7.4 and 0.8.0 released (6 comments)
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)
- 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.
Redmine book by Go Maeda published (6 comments)
I am pleased to announce that a Redmine book was published 2 days ago in Japan.
It's written (in Japanese) by Go Maeda, the maintainer of redmine.jp.
You can find more information on the publisher's web site (Shuwa System Co., Ltd.):
Redmine 0.7.3 released (3 comments)
No database migration is needed when upgrading from previous 0.7.x versions.
This release is still running with Rails 2.0.2.
It can be downloaded at Rubyforge.
Redmine 0.7.2 released (5 comments)
This is a bug fix release.
Like the previous 0.7.x releases, it runs with Rails 2.0.2.
Please, note that Redmine is not yet compatible with Rails 2.1 (it's planned for 0.8).
Redmine 0.7.1 Bug fix release (1 comment)
As usual, you can download this release at Rubyforge.
Redmine 0.7.0 released (10 comments)
This final release brings some improvements and fixes over the RC. You can see the details in the Changelog.Here are a few notes for those how migrate from 0.6:
- Some permissions were added to edit issue notes and time entries. You can assign them to your existing roles in Admin -> Roles & Permissions
- Issue 'edit', 'add note' and 'change status' actions are merged in a single action, accessible by clicking on the 'Update' link on the issue details view
- Bulk edit functionality is now done by right-clicking on a set of selected issues. You can select issues on the issue list by using checkboxes or by clicking on the rows (Ctrl and Shift keys can be used to select multiple issues)
- HTML tags are now escaped in wiki content (except
Note that Rails 2.0.2 is now required. The downloadable release is frozen with this version of Rails and thus no particular setup is needed.
If you use svn to get Redmine and don't want to upgrade your Rails' gem, you can freeze Redmine by running the following from your Redmine directory:
rake rails:freeze:edge TAG=rel_2-0-2
Redmine web site migration (6 comments)
As you may have noticed, redmine.org has been having some performance issues, causing some requests to time out and users to receive 500 errors.
The old server on which redmine.org was running will be upgraded in the next few days and redmine.org has just been moved to a temporary server that should handle the load.
Please, let me know if you experience any problems.
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