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SilverStripe 3.0.11 and 3.1.5 Security Release Candidates

We've recently put out two new release candidates for users to try out: 3.0.11-rc1 and 3.1.5-rc1.

Posted in Open Source, Company

Tagged security, release

by Damian Mooyman

Posted 7 May 2014

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We've recently put out two new release candidates for users to try out: 3.0.11-rc1 and 3.1.5-rc1.

Things in this release

In this version there are a few minor security issues, which you can read more about on our security releases page.

In 3.1.5 we've also updated searching in the assets and pages areas, so now you can search for files by date of upload, and more easily find hidden or archived pages. We've also addressed some issues with the left hand tree view of pages, to make it more robust and better behaved.

Another significant area of work done in recent weeks has been to upgrade our testing environment, with more fixes to test cases, greater tools for those writing of unit tests, and new support for PHPUnit installed via composer. Goodbye PEAR! The Injector class can now be nested using nest() and unnest() to create temporary states for testing.

Upgrading

If you are using composer, upgrading is pretty simple. If you are linking to the 3.1.*-dev branch, you likely already have the update from the main branch, but if not a “composer update” will do the job.

If you are linked to a 3.0.X or 3.1.X tag then update your composer.json as below

"require": { 
   "silverstripe/cms": "3.1.5-rc1",
   "silverstripe/framework": "3.1.5-rc1",
}

You can create a new web project to try out using our composer web installer

composer create-project silverstripe/installer:3.1.5-rc1 ./webroot

Take note that users of 3.0 should substitute 3.0.11-rc1 above, as 3.0 and 3.1 are not mutually compatible.

Other users can upgrade by downloading archive (for 3.0).

Please note any issues you discover on our Github issue tracker for framework, cms, or the installer.

3.0.11 and 3.1.5 stable are coming up next!

 

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