Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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Another update:

a: We have removed the deprecated {stylesheet} plugin from the 1.10 distribution. This means that it will no longer be shipped with CMSMS however it should still continue to work (for the foreseeable future) for those sites that are still using it.

b: We've added a new cms_cookies class that assists with creating and managing cookies, and modified the core (not modules) to use it. This class will set the secure flag, and the 'https' flag on cookies as appropriate, which should be an added security bonus for 1.10

c: We've modified the cms_stylesheet tag to (by default) respect the 'https' checkbox on content pages. So internet exploder shouldn't complain as much.
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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calguy1000 wrote:Hello Everybody.
- Add more events to allow for a proper multi-language addon module
Among all great features as security and memory optimization, a new multi-language addon module would be a real improvement for CMSMS. Since MLE-fork was branched out and 2.0 shelved, CMS misses a proper multi-language functionnality - I am looking forward to test this summer / early fall 1.10 release! Really!

Great Job!
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calguy1000 wrote:There will be a formal beta process for 1.10, that will probably be a public beta. And a forum attached to that that will be highly moderated. The beta process will be for testing of stability, not for requesting features.
That's very nice! From what i'm reading here, I will have to do some updating to a module i've made.

But with all those significant changes, and the fact that "2.0" has been dropped, wouldn't it be wise to rename the final of 1.10 to 2.0?
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mcDavid wrote: That's very nice! From what i'm reading here, I will have to do some updating to a module i've made.

But with all those significant changes, and the fact that "2.0" has been dropped, wouldn't it be wise to rename the final of 1.10 to 2.0?
That's most missed here, too.
There was a time when I decided for this system because of its super easy to handle MLE . Without this ther is no reason to stay with this system any longer.
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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Mieszko wrote:
mcDavid wrote: That's very nice! From what i'm reading here, I will have to do some updating to a module i've made.

But with all those significant changes, and the fact that "2.0" has been dropped, wouldn't it be wise to rename the final of 1.10 to 2.0?
That's most missed here, too.
There was a time when I decided for this system because of its super easy to handle MLE . Without this ther is no reason to stay with this system any longer.
For what I read in this topic, MLE will only get (much) better in 1.10...
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seensite wrote:
Among all great features as security and memory optimization, a new multi-language addon module would be a real improvement for CMSMS. Since MLE-fork was branched out and 2.0 shelved, CMS misses a proper multi-language functionnality - I am looking forward to test this summer / early fall 1.10 release! Really!

Great Job!
the new mle module called multilanguage cms works like a charme!
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Foaly* wrote: the new mle module called multilanguage cms works like a charme!
Which multilanguage module? Can you be specific?

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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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This one: http://dev.cmsmadesimple.org/projects/mlecms.
Unhappily the developer hasn't created a proper documentation yet.. there is a howto in the german forum, but I don't know if there's any in here.
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Foaly* wrote:Unhappily the developer hasn't created a proper documentation yet
http://cmsmadesimple.sk/modules/MleCMS/ ... guide.html ;)
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Foaly* wrote: the new mle module called multilanguage cms works like a charme!
I believe it's a good module. I wish a MLE solution part of CMSMS core that would imply the DevTeam so that final users could count on a long-term support.
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Foaly* wrote: the new mle module called multilanguage cms works like a charme!
... it does indeed but it's not suitable for 50+ pages in 3 languages or more :-(. The planned LangOps module seems to go into the right direction.
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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and yet more updates.

Here's what's been happening behind the scenes for the last couple of weeks wrt CMSMS 1.10

- We've dropped the deprecated {stylesheet} tag from the release. This means that it should still continue to work for sites that are using it, but we will no longer be distributing it, or support it.
- We've cleaned up the content objects a bit (adding accessor methods where none existed, and making sure that the core uses those accessor methods ... this is again one of those php4 cleanup things, that will pave the way for us to do better things as we move forward. This may break some modules that are providing custom content types, so those module developers are encouraged to be part of the beta process.
- We've cleaned up the module operations api and done some optimizations to the techniques used to find the selected wysiwyg or syntax highlighter modules. Developers of wysiwyg or syntax highlighter modules should double check that everything is still working, but I don't expect many problems.
- We have started working on modifications to the admin interface to be more 'accessible' for people with disabilities. This will be a big bonus for people that are trying to contract websites to governments or to educational institutions
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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Will 1.10 have the last Smarty 2 version (or Smarty 3) inside?

It's 2.6.26
Fixed security hole in {math} plugin
but CMSMS is using 2.6.25 ...
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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Yet another update:

Yesterday I installed a fresh version of CMSMS 1.10 SVN on a remote site that was configured with only 24MB of ram available to PHP. I went to ModuleManager and successfully downloaded and installed the Products module, and all of it's dependencies in one batch.

Now there are warnings and errors coming from the various modules (due primarily to removing the $gCms->modules array) (Inlcuding their installation routines) so I will need to make a bunch of improvements to my modules during the beta process. However, it did work properly.

That's a big usability bonus for CMSMS 1.10
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Re: Coming Soon - CMS Made Simple 1.10

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i just tested my own modules and found some bugs (or maybe new fonctionnalities ;D )

how can i give you a feed back ?
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