- Posted by fiammybe
- Posted on 10/6/2020
ImpressCMS 2.0 alpha 9 is now available!
This software is still in early development, we don't recommend you use it on a production environment. Consider setting up a test environment to test it out.
You can get it on Sourceforge : get ImpressCMS 2.0 Alpha 9
Quite a few highlights in this release :
- Improved bad code handling in autotasks @MekDrop (#628)
- Added console commands support based on symfony/console @MekDrop (#629)
- Added setup step to copy/update module assets @MekDrop (#622)
- Installer uses same core module functions to install modules as core @MekDrop (#621)
- Autotask systems registration with container @MekDrop (#619)
- Added module migrations support @MekDrop (#616)
- Container defined editors and source editors @MekDrop (#618)
- Service providers, services and preloads now can be defined in composer.json @MekDrop (#615)
- Plug-able module install, update, uninstall functionality + possibility to use module change, activate, deactivate methods not only in web @MekDrop (#614)
- icms_getModuleHandler use container functionality @MekDrop (#521)
- Replace existing Smarty files with Smarty 3 composer installation @MekDrop (#249)
- Automatic API documentation to Wiki @MekDrop (#602)
- Rewritten logger to use Monolog @MekDrop (#561)
How to help
Do you speak a language other than English? We want you to help us translate ImpressCMS in as many languages as possible!
If you think you have found a bug, you can write about it in the Release feedback part of our support forum.
If you are comfortable writing a bug report that the core developers will be able to reproduce, file one on GitHub, where you can also find a list of known bugs.
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