This maintenance release for 1.1.x users includes 13 bug fixes since 1.1.1 and a security fix (XSS vulnerability affecting all Redmine versions from 1.0.1 to 1.1.1). As previous 1.0.x and 1.1.x releases, it still runs with Rails 2.3.5.
Redmine trunk upgraded to Rails 2.3.11 (5 comments)
Redmine development branch (aka trunk) now runs with the latest Rails 2.3.x release (2.3.11).
So if you're using Redmine trunk, don't forget to install the Rails 2.3.11 gem next time you update your Redmine source code:
gem install rails -v=2.3.11
Redmine 1.1.1 released (6 comments)
Those who use cgi/fastcgi to run Redmine should note that the default
.htaccess included in the Redmine source code has been renamed to
htaccess.fastcgi.example (see #7256). So if you were using it, don't forget to rename it back to
Redmine 1.1.0 released (7 comments)
Redmine 1.1.0 has been released to Rubyforge.
This feature release brings many improvements and a more usable REST API. You can read the list of changes.
Happy new year!
Redmine 1.0.5 bug/security fix released (3 comments)
Among 11 bug fixes, Redmine 1.0.5 solves the incompatibility with the i18n 0.5.0 gem. The appropriate i18n gem version (0.4.2) is now required, you can install it using:
gem install i18n -v=0.4.2This release also fixes 3 security issues reported by joernchen of Phenoelit:
- logged in users may be able to access private data (affected versions: 1.0.x)
- persistent XSS vulnerability in textile formatter (affected versions: all previous releases)
- remote command execution in bazaar repository adapter (affected versions: 0.9.x, 1.0.x)
All Redmine users are highly recommended to upgrade to this latest release.
Plans for next Redmine releases (7 comments)
Redmine 1.1 will be released in the next few weeks.
Shortly after that, Redmine 1.2 will be devoted to workflow and issue permissions enhancement. It will bring some of the most requested features: private issues, ability for certain roles to view their own issues, more configurable workflow, and permissions on issue properties. A tagging system, another highly requested feature, will be added in 1.3.
Efforts will also be made on these releases to improve the REST API based on your feedback.
For those who are interested, here is a list of some of the most popular feature requests on redmine.org. While some of them are already planned as mentioned above, the others may not be added to the core in a near feature:
- #337 Private issues
- #779 Multiple SCM per project
- #1448 Add tags to issues
- #2653 New permission for issues: view_own_issue
- #3463 Export wiki pages to PDF/DOC
- #1077 ICS view of Calendar
- #801 WebDAV access to Documents/Files
- #3816 Allow pasting screenshots in issues
- #1189 Multiselect custom fields
- #2964 Ability to assign issues to groups
Redmine 1.0.4 released (1 comment)
This is a bugfix release for all Redmine 1.0 users. 15 defects have been fixed since Redmine 1.0.3 and 7 translations have been updated.
New Redmine Plugins Directory online (9 comments)
Developers can register and update their plugins using their redmine.org account.
The old plugin list is now locked and may be removed in a few weeks.
Redmine 1.0.3 released (2 comments)
Redmine 1.0.3 has been released to Rubyforge. This a bugfix release for all Redmine 1.0 users. 35 changes have been added since Redmine 1.0.2 so this this should be a very stable release. Upgrading is recommended for all 0.9.x and 1.0.0 users.
Thanks for using Redmine.
Redmine 1.0.2 released (3 comments)
Redmine 1.0.2 has been released to Rubyforge. This a bugfix release for all Redmine 1.0 users. Over 53 changes have been added since Redmine 1.0.1 so this this should be a very stable release. Upgrading is recommended for all 0.9.x and 1.0.0 users.
Thanks for using Redmine.
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