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eZ Publish Community Project 2013.4: Report!

Saturday 20 April 2013 12:31:13 am

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eZ Publish Community Project 2013.4 is a touch late, and both 2013.2 and 2013.3 did not exist. The long-awaited 2013.4 was called on duty, now available to all troops.

 

Congratulations to all contributors and eZ Engineering (loads of pull-requests again)!

You will be able to use the embedded 4.x version as a standalone version, for transition purposes. We highly encourage you to get acquainted from now on with the pure eZ Publish 5 stack, that is based on Symfony 2 Framework (full stack). 

 

Known issueSetup wizard uses the default VarDir to create files from packages (EZP-20748)

 

Download

Download eZ Publish Community Project 2013.4 here.

Must-read: the Release Notes

Installation procedure, requirements, all key basics are covered in the release notes of eZ Publish Community Project 2013.4.

Thanks to our Contributors!

Hat-tip to this build's contributors! As always, you rocked the house.

Never Stop Learning: Join us at the eZ UnConference#2 on May 27th-29th

...to start, or continue learning eZ Publish 5 and Symfony2. All details available on http://ezuncon.ez.no (early-bird rates finishing on April 26th, it would be a pity to miss them).

 

Detailed Information

This build brings:

  • 60 bug-fixes for registered issues
  • 62 pull-requests merged
  • 2 enhancements

Please continue downloading, testing these builds, and sending back your pull-requests or feedback: eZ Publish grows with you, thanks to you. The contributors to this build are wholeheartedly thanked in the Credits list.

For those who have not yet started contributing to eZ Publish Community Project, you can have a quick look at:

In case you missed this one, have a look at the build policy for eZ Publish Community Project here.

All you need to know :

Have fun testing and tweaking, and please feedback in the forums, or via the issue tracker!

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