The list of major changes is described on Piwigo 2.0.0 release notes. This page only describes what changes between release 2.0.6 and release 2.0.7.
This release contains a major security bug fix (Cross-site request forgery vulnerability). Even if the risk to be attacked is considered as low, it is highly recommended to upgrade your Piwigo 2.0.x.
- quick search becomes case insensitive on photo file names
- Hungarian translation completed with install/upgrade pages thanks to sámli
- 0001237: [language] add Arabic / Saudi ar_SA thanks to mohammed ahmed al mobarak
- 0001323: [help] Misspellings, grammar and typo errors in maintenance help screen
- 0001317: [installation & upgrade] incorrect characters display if the web server default encoding is not utf-8
- 0001301: [category management] impossible to move category 4 into category 49
- 0001334: [API] force POST mode on admin methods
- 0001316: [API] [pwg.images.setInfo] ability to avoid overwrite on single value properties
- 0001312: [API] [pwg.images.setInfo] ability to replace tags/categories
- 0001277: [API] [pwg.images.setInfo] warning or error when trying to associate a photo with a given category twice
- 0001211: [API] pLoader won't work with PHP 5.3.0 on Piwigo side
- 0001210: [API] [pwg.images.add] failure if memory_get_usage function is not available
- 0001051: [API] upload photo more than once
To upgrade a Piwigo 2.0.x installation (any of 2.0.0, 2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.0.3, 2.0.4, 2.0.5 or 2.0.6), you can follow 2 methods:
- The new way: use the Piwigo Auto Upgrade plugin as described in the release 2.0.4 announcement.
- The old way: download the 2.0.x_to_2.0.7.zip archive that contains all new or modified files. Once you have extracted files, transfer them on your web server with a FTP client (like FileZilla) over your Piwigo 2.0.x installation. No database upgrade is required.
To upgrade a Piwigo installation older than 2.0.0, read the upgrade guide.