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BugTracker.NET 2.5.9

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Released: Oct 30, 2007
Updated: Oct 31, 2007 by ctrager
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Release Notes

Inportant bug fixes. New features too. Also, better Subversion

First, thanks to everybody who quickly reported the bugs in 2.5.8 and
especially to Jochen Jonckheere who provided several of the fixes.

And sorry to everybody for the inconvenience.

So, first these are bugs that I introduced in 2.5.8 and am fixing in
this release:
  • Edit_user.aspx as broken. If you tried to add a new user.
  • Notifications didn't get sent if the ONLY change was a change to
  • Delete_comment.aspx was broken.
  • Translate.aspx was broken.
  • In the admin pages that list categories, statuses, priorities, the
"id" column was missing and a new "hidden" column was showing.

Other changes:
  • In the lists of bugs on the bugs and search pages, the filters, sorts,
and page (when the list is long and has to be broken into pages) is
remembered until you run a new query. This fulfills RFE 1720096 "Retain
applied filters on bugs screen" and RFE 1632312 persistent sort/filter.
  • Now checking for dupe query names before saving
  • Changed the behavior of the "history", "relationships", "subscribers"
links in edit_bug.aspx. Instead of them opening a fake modal-ike window,
they open a real browser window.
  • Added "PromptBeforeLeavingEditBugPage" setting to Web.config. If you set
it to "1", then clicking on the "add attachment", "send email", and
the hide/show toggle links causes their to be a prompt warning the user
that unsaved changes will be lost. It should be a per-user setting, but
right now it's not. Sorry.

Subversion Integration

Because of the bugs I introduced in 2.5.8, I am doing this release as
ASAP. I happen to be in the middle of improving the Subversion
integration. If you give the web server machine client access to
subversion, and set the following settings in Web.config appropriately,
you'll see some of the new pages working. Maybe you want to
experiment with them and give me feedback?

In the next week or two I hope to
complete this work and provide documentation. But for now, maybe

I've also put a new Subversion "pre-commit" script into the
Subversion folder. The author is Jason Kresowaty. Thanks to Jason for
the script and for good info/advice about Subversion.


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