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Old release notes, from Codeplex


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Steen Tøttrup
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Old release notes, from Codeplex

13 February 2014 07:07:55


Version 1.3 has been released (December 19th, 2013)
We have fixed some bugs and added a new feature. To implement the new feature, we have been forced to add a column in a table in the database. Please remember to run this script if you're upgrading from an earlier version.
Thank you to the people reporting bugs.

Version 1.2 has been released (November 26th, 2013)
We have fixed some bugs and added some new features. To implement the new features, we have been forced to do some changes to the database. Please remember to run this script. To make the changes needed for users with external accounts, run this update script.
Please note, if you have downloaded the version 1.2.0.31125 nuget package, you're missing a view file, please download version 1.2.0.31127 instead. No code has been changed.
Thank you to the people reporting bugs and requesting new features.

Version 1.1.7 has been released (November 12nd, 2013)
We have upgraded to latest version of MVC Bootstrap, meaning all the localized texts are now found in regular Xml files placed in the 'app_data/texts' folder of the solution. No more Xml files embedded in the assemblies.

Version 1.1.6 has been released (November 2nd, 2013)
We have fixed a serious bug. The user's selected language/timezone was never used in the UI.
Thank you to the people reporting the issue!

Version 1.1.5 has been released (October 25th, 2013)
We have fixed a few bugs. Access masks are now created and updated properly. You can now have a Membership provider using something other than Guids for the provider user keys. A new "feature", you can now delete a forum along with all sub-forums, topics, post, etc.
Thank you to the people reporting the issues!

Version 1.1.2 has been released (September 28th, 2013)
We have put in better feedback when MVC Forum isn't properly configured (missing parts in the web.config file, etc.). A missing file in the NuGet package was causing big problems with the web.config file configuration. This has been solved. Thank you to the people reporting the issues!

Version 1.1.1 has been released (September 11th, 2013)
The problems with external accounts (OpenAuth) in version 1.1 has been solved. You need to download and execute the mvcforum-1.1-1.1.1.sql file, we were forced to do some database changes! A problem with Assman means that we have removed those assemblies from our project.

Version 1.1 has been released (August 22nd, 2013)
The theme for this release is Accounts. We've included the SimpleAuthentication package to allow users to access MVC Forum with their Twitter, Facebook, Google etc. account. We have also added options for using build in sign up and log on features, so now all you need to do is add your own HomeController to get it up and running. Get the release from NuGet: https://www.nuget.org/packages/MVCForum

Version 1.0.1 has been released (August 11th, 2013)
Now MVC Forum can also be used with MVC 4. Get the release from NuGet: https://www.nuget.org/packages/MVCForum

Version 1.0 has been released (July 15th, 2013)
A few bugs has been fixed since RC1, a few new features have been added. We've been using some time getting MVC Forum ready for NuGet. Get started with MVC Forum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcYs2ytmUKc

The first release candidate is here (February 10, 2013)
The last couple of months has been used getting the last needed features done and tested. We've decided not to include some of the suggested features, we feel it's time to get the v1.0 release done. When we release v1.0, we'll go on with new features in the minor releases.
The database schema for RC1 will be the same as for the final release, so you can install a site now, without having to worry about being left behind. We'll probably also do a upgrade script that will take a v0.9 database to the final 1.0 schema.

The first beta release is here (October 7, 2012)
We've been busy getting MVC Forum ready for running fully in a cloud environment, and after a busy week of testing, feel we have reached the goal. Just to prove a point we've moved http://mvcforum.org to a web role on Windows Azure.
Please note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.9 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

The fifth alpha release is here (September 10, 2012)
Yes, the project is still alive! We're back with another release. We have been focusing on the forum administration for this release, and have branched a lot of the MVC related code out into another open source project.
Please note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.8.5 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

The fourth alpha release is here (February 17, 2012)
We're back with another release, this time with we've been working to make it easier to integrate MVC Forum with your existing application. The Membership provider has been swapped out with a wrapper than will let you use whatever provider you need. If you just want to run MVC Forum, we've included a simple provider.
Please note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.8 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

The third alpha release is here (December 2, 2011)
A month and a half worth of hard work, and we're ready with the third alpha. This time we've had our focus on creating a search provider for the forum, and a add-on framework. The add-on framework has initially been used for a bunch of anti-spam features.
Because of the growing complexity, we've put some work into getting the first (27) UI tests done using NUnit and Selenium. Gehem off the repository and run them on your site!
Pe note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.7 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

The second alpha release is here (October 11, 2011)
A month's worth of hard work, and we're ready with another alpha release for you! We have been focusing on the Entity Framework data provider and gett the last parts of the application plumbing doPlease note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.6 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

The alpha release is here (September 10, 2011)
Yes, we've just released version 0.5 Alpha. As mentioned earlier this release only has one data provider. This release is an alpha release, so we wouldn't recommend using this in a deployed environment (We have 3 sites running with this version). The release was done to get feedback, bug reports, feature request etc.
Please note that the database schema will change before releasing version 1.0, and that we do not plan on making upgrades from version 0.5 to 1.0. Please take this into consideration before using this on your websites.

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