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   1  * Version 0.9.3, 2003-12-19
   2  
   3   * Notes:
   4      This release focused almost entirely on finding and fixing bugs. 
   5      The schema viewer has also been streamlined to save bandwidth (and several
   6      endangered species), while template configuration has been moved to its
   7      own file located in the templates directory. Over all, phpLDAPadmin has
   8      been made more solid thanks to testing and reporting by hundreds of users.
   9      Thansk for all your reports! Special thanks goes out to Matt Perlman for
  10      the IBM work-around and Uwe Ebel for the enhanced schema viewer.
  11   * Changes:
  12      As this was primarily a bug-fix release, here's the list of significant
  13      fixes:
  14         862225 an E_NOTICE on delete fixed
  15      861730 (and many duplicates of it) an E_NOTICE on determining the
  16                 language in 'auto' lanuage mode for browsers who don't
  17                 set HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE (like Opera).
  18          861491 (and many duplicates of it) Anonymous form-based logins 
  19                 often failed due to several E_NOTICE problems.
  20          856832 IBM LDAP servers refernece SUP attributes by OID, not name.
  21                 A patch was provided to accomodate this circumstance.
  22          860179 Another anonymous form-based login bug.
  23          858611 (lots of dups of this one) Fixed the error handler so that
  24                 it will not cause a "cannot send header information" message.
  25          844547 A coulpe E_NOTICE bugs in the posix group creation template.
  26          841816 An E_NOTICE bug during creation of an entry.
  27          844340 A sprintf error during login
  28     - Many many more bug fixes.
  29     - The schema viewer was also streamlined.
  30     - Support work-around for IBM LDAP Server was added.
  31     
  32  * Version 0.9.2, 2003-11-14
  33  
  34    * Notes:
  35      This release has undergone major code hardening as we've subjected it to 
  36      the most stringent standard of PHP error reporting. The result is 
  37      fewer unhandled errors, improved usability, and better performance.
  38      We've given more attention to internationalization as well, 
  39      and that effort is nearly 80% complete. Translators and coders are still 
  40      needed to help complete the localization effort. We've added a whole new
  41      custom callback infrastructure that is event driven. Users can write their 
  42      own custom code to be executed as the result of LDAP events. Events include
  43      entry creation, entry deletion, and entry modification. Users can define
  44      custom code to execute automatically before and after each of these events.
  45      See "custom_functions.php" for details and documentation. Lots of other new
  46     features and bug fixes are outlined in the ChangeLog. phpLDAPadmin finally
  47      has a roadmap included with each release. Find it in the file called "ROADMAP"
  48      in the root of the install. This roadmap will be constantly updated to 
  49      list our goals for each release. Enjoy 0.9.2! As always, your feedback
  50      is most welcome on the development mailing list and on the SourceForge
  51      bug tracker.
  52    
  53    * Changes:
  54      - Localization work continues. About 80% complete.
  55      - New languages: Ialian, German, Catala
  56      - Fixed major encoding bugs. All pages are now true UTF-8 encoded
  57      - Support for auto-determining user's language based on the browser
  58      - Custom event callbacks infrastructure (see custom_functions.php). Users can now 
  59          define custom code to execute as a result of LDAP events (ie, new entries, 
  60          modifications, etc).
  61      - Major code cleanup. Removed all E_NOTICE messages and enabled E_ALL error_reporting.
  62      - Added support for smd5 and ssha passwords
  63      - Added configurable hints throughout the application
  64      - Added template-based entry editing. The infrastructure is now in place to use custom 
  65          templates for editing LDAP entries. No templates are being shipped with 0.9.2, but 
  66          they are on the way for 0.9.3.
  67      - Added photo display support for non-jpegPhoto photo attributes.
  68      - Added mass deletion. If enabled in the configuration, users can mass-delete multiple 
  69          entries from the tree browser with checkboxes.
  70      - Much improved schema retrieval code. Now PLA uses the Root DSE (or any relevant DN) 
  71          to fetch the schema based on the RFC-complian subSchemaSubEntry value.
  72      - Added support for viewing schema for attributes with ";" in their names (like 
  73          userCertificate;binary or sn;lang-fr)
  74      - Schema code is 100% object oriented.
  75      - Enhanced search code can handle large searches without running out of memory.
  76      - Fixed minor XSS vulnerabilities in several creation templates.
  77      - Enhanced the server information viewer to actively retrieve attributes that the server 
  78          may not give voluntarily.
  79      - Made the tree viewer more intelligent for failed binds.
  80      - Added better caching of the base DN for the tree viewer, which speeds up page loads 
  81          considerably with multiple servers all configured to auto-determine the base DN.
  82      - Added intelligence around password updates on the currently logged-in user entry.
  83  
  84  * Version 0.9.1, 2003-09-24
  85  
  86    * Notes:
  87      We fixed a mountain of bugs for this release and implemented the 
  88      most popular feature requests.  The result is a much more robust LDAP
  89      management tool that supports a wider range of harsh environments and spoken
  90      languages. This release was over a month in the making and it shows. We've
  91      had great feed back from users.  Special thanks to Nick Burch, Xavier
  92      Renard, Uwe Ebel, Schuller Tom, and Marius Reider for their code
  93      contributions. Thanks to everyone who contributed code and bug reports! 
  94  
  95    * Changes:
  96      - Preliminary support for LDIF imports.
  97      - Binary attribute support for viewing, deleting, and adding.
  98      - Users can specify attributes to hide while editing entries.
  99      - Schema browser now displays which objectClasses each attribute is used in.
 100      - Preliminary multi-language support (some localization, infrastructure in place).
 101      - New template for creating posixGroup entries.
 102      - Optional read-only mode of operation.
 103      - Error dialog beautified.
 104      - Localization effort begun, now available in German and French.  
 105      - New samba user template.
 106  
 107    * Bugs fixed:
 108      - I18n support was made more robust (UTF-8 problems fixed in *many* places).
 109      - Improved LDIF exports with better LDIF comments and cleaner IE support.
 110      - Cleaned up code in edit.php.
 111      - After updates, modified attribute(s) now highlighted properly.
 112      - Many realpath() fixes to allow symlink installs with multiple configs.
 113      - Simple search form 'Starts with' '*' searches produced PHP error.
 114      - Entry creation now adds the new entry to the tree browser in sorted order.  
 115      - Complete re-work of schema browser, much more efficient parser.
 116      - Began effort to remove all E_NOTICE notices. 
 117  
 118  * Version 0.9.0, 2003-08-12
 119  
 120    * Notes:
 121      This is the first release of phpLDAPAdmin. It should be stable enough and
 122      ready for use on your production LDAP servers. This is still a beta release
 123      and the paranoid may want to wait.  phpLDAPAdmin is based on an improved
 124      version of DaveDAP 0.8.4.
 125  
 126    * Changes:
 127      phpLDAPAdmin was DaveDAP. Changes since DaveDAP 0.8.4 include:
 128  
 129      - Better LDAP compliance when copying entries.
 130      - Fixed boolean attribute support.
 131      - jpegPhoto scaling when necessary.
 132      - More robust schema browser.
 133      - Added internal attributes support.
 134      - Slightly improved look and feel.

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