Announcement

#1 2019-04-09 12:10:26

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
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Piwigo 2.9.5

Hello Piwigo community,

Piwigo 2.9.5 is ready for new installations and updates.

It's been a long time, nearly 9 months, since the last version of Piwigo was released. We are actively working on Piwigo 2.10 but for now, let's get some bugs fixed on Piwigo 2.9. We fixed a bug introduced in 2.9.4 on the user manager, made Piwigo compatible with PHP 7.3.3, fixed a compatibility issue with Piwigo Remote Sync, updated 17 languages and improved the speed on the album edition page.

Thank you to bug reporters, pull-requesters like Peter Stimpel and our active translation team!

https://piwigo.org/screenshots/piwigo-295-announcement.png

See full details on the Piwigo 2.9.5 Release Notes

Have a nice update!

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Piwigo Team

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#2 2019-04-09 20:36:32

PEU
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
2017-02-12
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Thanks!!!

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#3 2019-04-09 21:42:54

executive
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2017-08-16
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Update successful. Thank you Piwigo team.

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#4 2019-04-09 22:55:37

sunbeam11
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Germany's South-West
2017-07-21
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Automatic Update worked fine. Again: Thank you Piwigo Team!

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#5 2019-04-09 23:24:42

executive
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

I switched PHP to version 7.3.3 and so far so good.

No deprecated warnings :D

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#6 2019-04-10 03:40:59

windracer
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2014-12-28
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Updated both of my sites without issue ... nice work!

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#7 2019-04-10 10:57:53

Jonathan Webb
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Merci :o)

I updated both my installations with no problems.

Piwigo is fantastic

#8 2019-04-11 01:12:59

erAck
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2015-09-06
208

Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Works fine, thanks!


Running Piwigo at https://erack.net/gallery/

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#9 2019-04-19 15:19:13

ahtoagah
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2019-01-25
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Hi!

Is there a "changelog" somewhere so I can see which files had major changes? I did some customising and I would like to know which files I will need to focus on to restore those customisations.

Thanks for your help! Looking forward to upgrading!

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#10 2019-04-19 19:23:53

executive
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Try looking next time. The link is right on the home page.
https://piwigo.org/release-2.9.5

If you put your customizations in the [extension by Piwigo Team] LocalFiles Editor then you never have to worry about losing them in an upgrade.

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#11 2019-04-19 20:04:40

ahtoagah
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2019-01-25
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

Hey, no point getting snarky when I ask a simple question. I thought there would be a changelog link on the page with the UPDATE, which is where they are usually located in other platforms I use. I DID LOOK in the normal location.

I did not think to look at the very bottom of a very long home page, under the vague menu item called "Discover". Come on, be friendly, OK?

And I know all about the /local and /template-extension folders. However, I made some customised edits in /include, which are not part of the extensions saved by LocalFiles Editor, no? That's why I asked about specific *file* changes. Which I still don't see in the changelogs.

Thanks anyway for trying to reply.

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#12 2019-04-19 20:32:28

executive
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2017-08-16
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

If you click on the bugs, it tells you what was modified. Very vague, I know.

Is there anything else we can do for you, your highness?

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#13 2019-04-20 12:00:04

erAck
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2015-09-06
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Re: Piwigo 2.9.5

It's not necessary to record in a ChangeLog which files were changed when (and not many projects do). For that, the code repository exists that you can clone and analyze its history.

If you do local modifications to distributed files then commit the originals and modifications to a git repository of your own so later you can check after an upgrade which of these were changed and re-apply your modifications. For such local changes to a repository of distributed  files an approach of a series of patches comes in handy, which in a git repository can be done using Stacked Git (stg command), package stgit in many Linux distributions, see http://procode.org/stgit/


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