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2.4.0-rc3 (2010-05-04)


  • Bugfix release for a minor MySQL 4 bug as well as some static publishing quirks



  • [rev:103961] Bypass static caching through static-main.php when GET or POST parameters are set (regression from 2.3 API, fixes #5519, thanks ktauber)
  • [rev:103960] Fixed publication of homepage with '/' URL through StaticPublisher (fixes #5514, thanks ktauber)
  • [rev:103957] Fixed Database->requireTable() for Mysql 4.1 (fixes #5517, thanks gw0)
  • [rev:103936] Fixed double pragma after referer redirection on forms with Form->httpSubmission() (fixes #5509, thanks ktauber)
  • [rev:103933] login BackURL wrong when using nested urls (fixes #5520, thanks ktauber)
  • [rev:103932] Fixed SS_Report::unregister() parameter naming (fixes #5511, thanks ktauber)
  • [rev:103912] Trimming expected output of WebserverRoutingTest (newlines before the "ok" string were causing failures on PHP 5.3)
  • [rev:103910] Disabled MemoryLimitTest for environments where memory_limit can't be freely set (e.g. PHP with suhosin patch)
  • [rev:103851] table and column names now quoted properly

Minor changes

  • [rev:103975] Removed unnecessary $timeformat parameter from TimeField::__construct, and getting the default from Zend_Locale_Format in the same way that DateField behaves (unreleased API, so no api change).
  • [rev:103975] Automatically choosing $locale in TimeField::__construct, to be consistent with DateField

./sscreatechangelog --version 2.4.0-rc2 --branch branches/2.4 --stoprevision 103839


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