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eZ Components 2007.2RC1 released

Author: Derick Rethans
Date: 2007-12-05 14:18

The eZ Components development team is pleased to announce the first release candidate of the 2007.2 release, due to be out shortly. There are only a few addressed issues since the beta release, you can find the list below. We invite all interested parties to try out the release candidate, and report any issues in our issue tracker

The final release is expected on December 17th.

Download

The release candidate can be downloaded from the download page, or installed through the PEAR installer. You can upgrade to the release candidate by issuing the following command:

pear upgrade ezc/ezcomponents-beta

Updated documentation is also available on the documentation page.

ChangeLog

The full changelog since version 2007.2beta1 follows:

Database

1.3.3 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed bug #12152: The SQLite's unixTimestamp() expression function implementation uses the current UTC offset, instead of the UTC offset that belongs to the date for which a Unix timestamp should be generated.

ImageConversion

1.3.2 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed issue #12126: ImageConversion test is incorrect.
  • Fixed issue #12160: Conversion of transparent backgrounds does not work on certain systems.
  • Fixed issue #12171: Monochrome colorspace conversion does not work on some systems with the ImageMagick handler.

Mail

1.4rc1 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed issue #12138: Mail's IMAP transport can hang when connection gets dropped.

Translation

1.1.6 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed bug #12112: ezcTranslation's constructor is wrongly documented.

Webdav

1.0rc1 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed issue #12085: Webdav docblocks are missing in many classes.
  • Fixed issue #12145: Content-Length header is not detected on Apache.

Workflow

1.1rc1 - Wednesday 05 December 2007

  • Fixed issue #12144: Resuming from synchronization of parallel split fails.

Author: Derick Rethans

Published: December 5th, 2007