Release of Typo 5.4.2 Willy Ronis

Good evening,

3 weeks after releasing Typo 5.4.1, and only 1 month after releasing
Typo 5.4, we’re happy to release Typo 5.4.2, an important bugfix
release. Don’t expect many feature here, even though we thought about
some of them, it’s really a bugfix, and nothing else.

Typo 5.4.2 is avaliable as a source package on Rubyforge
http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=555&release_id=42418
, or as a gem from Gemcutter.

== Features

  • We’ve split the attachments between images and non images assets.
    Provided you’re using the simple editor, you can now use a fancy
    images carousel and insert your images in your text within a single
    click. This comes with a nice set of thumbnails.

  • Finally, the long awaited “forgot my password” link is here. It will
    send you a new password whenever you lose yours. Cool isn’t it?

  • We’ve also done some optimization in the way Typo sends assets and
    manages cache. CSS and Javascript are now sent into 1 file, making
    them faster to load. RSS generation has also been fastened up.

== Bugs

  • A bug screwing up the editor when switching from simple to visual,
    causing users to lose their content when switching. Fixing that is a
    good reason to release today in itself.

  • A bug preventing your registration email to go when creating your
    account, making you lose your password unless you change it manually
    before logging out.

  • Fixed a security issue making the user passwords to be logged in
    clear in the application logs.

  • Fixed a bug causing CKEditor to crash under MS Windows due to the
    lack of symlinks on windows.

  • That’s all folks. See you in a while for our next update!

We hope you enjoy your Typo experience,

Your Typo team


Frédéric de Villamil
“What’s mine is mine. What’s yours is still unsetteled” – Go player
proverb
[email protected] tel: +33 (0)6 62 19 1337
http://t37.net Typo : http://typosphere.org

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