The first beta of GlotPress 2.3.0 is now available!
This software is still in development. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version.
The beta can be downloaded from GitHub.
The focus of this release is adding support for JSON formats and for glossaries per locale.
- Fix incorrect URL’s in some cases on locale page. (#632)
- Fix truncation of download names if they contain a space. (#633)
- Improve glossary plural handling. (#595)
- Restore edit text for non translated entries. (#519)
- Don’t create duplicate translations during imports. (#579)
- Redirect users back to previous page when they have to log in. (#558)
- Fix default file extension for .NET Resources files. (#573)
- Fix radio button code to remove spurious single quote. (#610)
- Add JSON format for JED and plain JSON. (#523)
- Add support for locale glossaries. (#227)
- Add ability to mark translations as fuzzy. (#620)
- Enhance display of previous translations with special characters in them. (#625)
- Add support for importing fuzzy translations. (#596)
- Add keyboard shortcut for copying original strings. (#554)
- Developers: Add filters for translations queries. (#524)
- Developers: Add Fine-grained permissions per translations. (#537)
- Developers: Add filter for adding links to the translation editor. (#597)
- Add meta data to all file formats that can support it. (#575)
- Update ROH locale information. (#605)
In this version 24 issues were solved and 30 Pull Requests were merged, a total of 179 commits.
Contributors of this release: Alex Kirk, Anton Timmermans, Dominik Schilling, Greg Ross, Nikhil, Pascal Birchler, and Yoav Farhi.
If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the issue tracker on GitHub.
The next release (RC1) is targeted for January 24, 2017.