conjoon 0.1.2 released!

The conjoon development team would like to announce the immediate availability of conjoon 0.1.2. This release focuses on ui enhancements along with bug fixes related to the installation process on Unix-based systems. The release uses ExtJs 3.1.2 and due to its improved stability we encourage every user to update their installation of conjoon.

Notable changes from the changelog:

[install wizard]

  • fixed an issue related to creating directories during the installation process on unix systems
  • fixed an issue where the “edition” configuration property would not be properly re-used while updating conjoon; fixed an issue where “apache” would not be properly recognized during install if the server would not expose its version number
  • updated wording for the prerequisite check for proposing setting group/owner of the install folder/parent folder of the installation
  • added check for moving files/folders within install dir to make sure files/folders are accessible through the given permissions
  • user will now be forced to properly set file permissions of the “install” and all its sub folders during install to prevent fail of copying/moving folders

[cudgets library]

  • fixed an issue with the cudgets library that would attach a cache buster manually to each url on Ext.Ajax’ event “beforerequest”, instead of using the “disableCaching” option directly; this would urls cause to be generated with two cache busters (closes #353)

[Feeds module - client]

  • removed a condition in FeedGrid.js that would check if a click in a cell happened while holding down shift/ctrl key, which would prevent the Feed Preview to properly hide any shown Feed Preview Window (closes #346)

[Email module - client]

  • fixed an issue where fragments of the EmailPreview Window would remain once the window slides out of the view (closes #347)
  • fixed an issue that would not abort pending requests when loading contents into the Email Editor if the corresponding panel was closed before the request could finish, by adding an additional configuration option “requestId” to the “formValues” object, which stores the id generated by the Ajax request. “Ext.Ajax.abort()” will now be called with this id if necessary (closes #317)

[Email module - backend]

  • added method “getInboxFolderId()” to Email Module’s FolderModel to return the default inbox folder id; updated Letterman’s “assignFolderId()” to use this default value. This resolves some issues related to one installation being shared by multiple users

[Ext.ux.Wiz]

  • updated Ext.ux.Wiz to work with Ext 3.1.2 and removed dependencies for Ext.ux.layout.CardLayout; fixed some minor issues that would not properly check if values in a card are valid, thus allowing to switch cards even if that shouldn’t be allowed

[Vendor]

  • updated conjoon to use Ext 3.1.2, which fixes several minor ui issues and provides minor usability improvements

2 Responses to “conjoon 0.1.2 released!”

  1. conjoon demo available Says:

    [...] I was working on a new version of conjoon (which was released just now – see http://www.conjoon.org/blog/2010/03/30/conjoon-0-1-2-released/), I finally had the time to set up a public demo of conjoon. I thought the best way to provide a [...]

  2. conjoon demo available « Thorsten Suckow-Homberg Says:

    [...] I was working on a new version of conjoon (which was released just now – see http://www.conjoon.org/blog/2010/03/30/conjoon-0-1-2-released/), I finally had the time to set up a public demo of conjoon. I thought the best way to provide a [...]

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