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Friday 14 December 2012 7:17:39 pm - 12 replies

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Introduction

Another great achievement today: the second "eZ Publish 5" build of Community Project! 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). Read on to learn more.

 

Saturday 15 December 2012 9:00:34 am

Nice work and thanks!

Is there any way to easily tell what pull requests/bug fixes affect the legacy version?

Saturday 15 December 2012 11:11:17 am

@Daniel not easily, but that's a reasonable request. We'll try to improve the build scripts for the next release.

If you want to contribute: github.com/gggeek/ezpublishbuilder

Sunday 16 December 2012 11:37:02 am

Hi Daniel and thanks, enjoy the build (and feel free to share your feedback, always much appreciated!),

As Gaetano said, still many things to improve and automate in the build tools (part of which only are public). The advent of eZ Publish 5 brought about a series of changes jn the basis of the build system, that definitely slowed is down in augmenting the possibilities of the system.

In short, to your question: ~70% of the PRs concerned eZ Publish Legacy, but the amount of PRs on eZ Publish 5 is definitely growing. Have you given it a try? It is a blasting experience blunk.gif Emoticon

Cheers!

Saturday 22 December 2012 9:47:31 am

Thanks for the answers. Another question: is the version map (Community vs. Enterprise) mentioned in the build policy available anywhere?

Saturday 22 December 2012 3:48:05 pm

@Daniel good idea - we could add the link to the version map file in the docs of the CP version

Thursday 03 January 2013 9:25:54 am

The setup wizard dosn't works,

this is my url:

http://localhost/ezpublish5/web/index.php/ezsetup

after click "next" button the result page it's the same and not go to next page of wizard.

Friday 04 January 2013 10:58:08 am

Quote from Daniel A. Øien :

Thanks for the answers. Another question: is the version map (Community vs. Enterprise) mentioned in the build policy available anywhere?

Hi Daniel, and best wishes for 2013!

The map still is on the todo list, we did not forget it...."just" late on this.

Stay tuned!
Cheers!

Friday 04 January 2013 11:00:56 am

Quote from Daniele Nocentini :

The setup wizard dosn't works,

this is my url:

http://localhost/ezpublish5/web/index.php/ezsetup

after click "next" button the result page it's the same and not go to next page of wizard.

Hi Daniele!

As a temporary workaround, you can use the following URL to prime the installation wizard:

http://localhost/ezpublish5/ezpublish_legacy/

Let us know how things progress!
Cheers, 

Monday 07 January 2013 3:17:02 pm

Daniele  I had the same issue check out http://share.ez.no/forums/ez-publish-5-forum-formerly-known-as-new-php-api/ezsetup-does-nothing for a possible work around. 

Tuesday 08 January 2013 12:21:38 pm

The last community board meeting mentioned release of 2012.12 by the end of december, any idea when the next release is expected?

Tuesday 08 January 2013 12:55:07 pm

Quote from Daniel A. Øien :

The last community board meeting mentioned release of 2012.12 by the end of december, any idea when the next release is expected?

Hi Daniel!

You are right, and we are late.

This week is the tentative date.

Cheers,

Tuesday 08 January 2013 1:31:23 pm

Thanks for the info.

Just an idea though: how about you convert the "Roadmap" section, which seems to be out of date anyway, to a simple release schedule?

That way, you won't get questions about release dates and you'll have a central point for updating changes in release dates, if any.

You could also easily add the version map to such a list, and the same list could be used on the corporate ez.no website. Preferably with a very clear distinction between eZP legacy and eZP 5 version numbers.

One of the reasons I'm interested in this is because at this moment, it is hard even for experienced users to orient themselves among the different eZ versions, and this is most likely a major impediment to adoption by new users.

Modified on Tuesday 08 January 2013 1:36:00 pm by Daniel A. Øien

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