We've released Bolt 1.6.9 as a maintenance release for all Bolt users. This release also contains a security-fix and even though it's not exploitable from 'the outside', we still recommend this update for all Bolt users.

We're still hard at work on the "big 2.0" release. We currently have a 'feature freeze', and are working on slimming down the to-do list before we release a public beta. It's going to be awesomeballs, so everyone's patience will be rewarded. ^_^

Improvements and changes

  • Set the http/https protocol correctly in the paths (for "Canonical" and the like)
  • Make sure $app['locale'] stays set correctly.
  • When editing users, show 'updated' instead of 'added' in "Latest activity". Fixes #839.
  • Allow '0' for feed bodylength, to create full RSS feeds. Fixes #1394
  • Removed backticks which were causing problems with PostgreSQL installations.
  • Added Czech translation
  • Fixed a minor XSS issue in snippets generator
  • Fix error in IE8 / IE9 that prevents picking file from stack.
  • Added confirmation for unlocking the slug. Might help with people inadvertently breaking links. Fixes #1364
  • MenuEditor extension 1.7.0: minor bugfix and italian translation
  • SimpleForms: improved behaviour of choice email fields
  • SimpleForms: change behaviour of choice fields
  • SimpleForms: Allow "value" and "autocomplete" in simpleforms fields.
  • Minor tweaks and fixes for Visitors extension
  • Added a redirect to prevent people getting "stuck" on the login screen after a succesful login
  • Dashboard activity log permission check #1247
  • Display a notice if cookies aren't enabled. Fixes #1280.
  • Removed the clusterfuck that is Browscap.
  • Updated Foundation for theme/base-2014 to 5.2.3
  • Updated moments.js to version 2.6.0. Fixes IE issue with displaying relative dates as 'one year ago'.
  • Updated Codemirror to 4.2 (to match the version that comes with CKeditor)
  • Updated CKeditor to v 4.2.2.
  • Updated Symfony and its components to 2.5.2, as well as a bunch of other 3rd party libraries
  • And a bunch of other, smaller issues..

    To upgrade an existing install, or to setup a new one, just follow the instructions for installation or for updating. When you do an upgrade, you will not overwrite your modified settings with the upgrade. You should still make a backup before doing an upgrade, though. Get the latest .tgz or .zip, or browse the folder with the distributions. After the upgrade you will be prompted to update the Database, or you can just use php app/nut database:update from the command line.

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