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dotProject 2.1.4 hit the streets today.
We integrated some very large patch sets into this release, and while we've taken every care to get it right, there may be a few rough edges. If you find anything you can always submit a bug. But before you do check that it hasn't already been reported and also make sure you check on our forums.
So, what has changed?
PHP 5.3 support - You can now run with PHP 5.3 and it will still run on earlier versions.
Database Prefix - For those hosting dP, this should make you smile. No need to separate dP out into its own database, as it can share the database with other apps.
XHTML compliance - there has been a lot of work on XHTML compliance.
XSS vulnerabilities - we found a few, and have taken steps to ensure that we don't have any more.
Bug fixes - heaps of them - you can always check the bug repository to see what we've fixed.
Performance gain - There have been patches around to implement a permissions cache to improve permissions performance, and we have now fully integrated this into the official release.
So thanks to all who assisted with bug reports, patches and supporting our users on the forums.
Because of the amount of code changes, and the nature of the patches (which have touched just about every part of the code), we have set aside time to ensure we can get a follow up release out should it be necessary.
Thank you for continuing development!
great news! Thanks for continuing development!
Yes, thank you for keeping this piece of sowtware alive. It’s great
Thank you for the update. I have used DotProject for years and was afraid it was no longer being updated. One thing I noticed after the update to 2.1.4, the calendars have all switched to European format (Monday is start of week instead of Sunday). I don’t see an option to set it back to US format. Am I overlooking the setting or is this a permanent change?
Thank you for your effort!!
Thank you for your effort!!!!!!!!!!
great job, so if a redesign is needed, please do not abandon the project
Thanks for your GREAT JOB!!
Juppi! My favourite PM system is still in development!
Just discovered this wonderful project is still in development! Used it several years ago and loved it. Thanks!
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