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Release of Typo 6.0.2 Irving Penn

Coming only 11 days after Typo 6.0, Typo 6.0.2 is the third release of the Irving Penn series. This is both another bug fixing release, and the beggining of a new feature oriented one, and despite the minor version number and the very little time between releases, it’s an important one as it makes Typo 6.0 series stable enough to be production ready.

Many thanks to Ollivier Robert for improving the French translation. and Luuk Hendriks for various bug reporting.

What’s new in Typo 6.0.2?

Typo is now Thread safe enabled by default. If you wonder what thread safe is about, you should read this question and answer post.

Typo was lacking a recent dark background theme. This error is now fixed with True Red, a brown and red port of default theme True Blue (now in use on our blog). This is also the starting point of a deep thoughts about themes framework.

True Red

Typo now comes with various ways to display date and time on your blog posts. This will allow European and American users to display dates the way they want without having to hack their templates. Existing themes will automatically profit from that improvement.

As usual, French translation was improved. This is not perfect, but we’re still working on it.

Squashed bugs

Made bundle install work from inside subdirectories.

Added a missing .html_safe in the Scribbish theme

Removed deceptive “pointer” cursors in admin accordion-headers.

Made save as draft keep a published article published.

Fixed Flickr and Lightbox plugins

Fixed google sitemap.

Fixed RSS trackbacks feeds.

Published on 29/01/2011 at 10h21 by Frédéric de Villamil, tags

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