Release Log

LabTrove 2.4.0-r850 (2014-08-03)

  • Significant overhaul of many features.
  • Security updates. Specifically for XSS and remaining SQL injection vulnerabilities.

LabTrove 2.2-r358 (2012-03-06)

  • Fixed issue with cookies and remember user
  • Fixed upload file issue will firefox.
  • Security updates

LabTrove 2.2-r337 (2012-02-21)

  • 'remaining installing at non-root of webserver' bug
  • Fix default uploader config
  • Fixed issue with cookies and check_rembered was running before database functions had loaded

LabTrove 2.2-r328 (2012-02-20)

  • Tidy up of HTML Tags
  • A new file uploader, still in test so the previous one is still the default
  • Handle cancelled or incomplete uploads
  • Style changes to better support different browsers
  • Removeale of unsed code
  • Licences for 3rd party code used by labtrove
  • Thumbnails are now generated without hitting http again, meaning they can be generated for private blogs. Also now handles making thumbnails of files both in the DB and FS.
  • Use GET rather than POST for search forms, so its easier for browers to retain the results when the user goes back
  • Address login form usability issue for IE
  • Added the starting framework for hooks
  • Created an messaging plugin for email.

LabTrove 2.2-r310 (2012-01-25)

  • Posts: Fixes urls with out http in bbcode parser
  • Posts: Fixes "Edits to Post are lost when adding a Sketch" have also fixed upload of data items
  • Posts: Fixes "Wide picture/text obscures the RH Menu"
  • Templates: Metadata now editable.

LabTrove 2.2-r302 (2012-01-17)

  • Data: Fixed private data item preview

LabTrove 2.2-r301 (2012-01-17)

  • Data: Added some legacy code for databases that haven't been updated
  • Posts: Updated metadata input boxes
  • Posts: add a self-resizing 'Reason for Edit' box and rework the surrounding form layout
  • Blogs: added some helpful messaged when creating or updating a blog
  • Added main LabTrove licence
  • Fixed some more of the spurious
  • Api fixes for non root instances