GlotPress 2.1 RC 1

The first release candidate of GlotPress 2.1.0 is now available!

This software is still in development. Consider setting up a test site just to play with the new version.

The release candidate can be downloaded from GitHub.

Changes since Beta 1:

  • Allow project slugs to contain periods. (#492)
  • Add confirmation message when saving settings. (#490)
  • Convert sort by fields from hard coded to a filterable function call. (#488)

For more of what’s new in version 2.1, check out the Beta 1 blog post.

If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the issue tracker on GitHub.

The final release is targeted for July 13, 2016.

Happy testing!

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GlotPress 2.1 Beta 1

The first beta of GlotPress 2.1.0 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 performance improvements and other general enhancements.

Bugs fixed in this release:

  • Replace LIKE queries for the status of an original with an exact match. (#419)
  • Move gp_translation_set_filters hook to allow additions to the filter form. (#391)
  • Fix wrong error message for translations with a missing set ID. (#341)
  • Fix Android exports with translation that start with an @. (#469)
  • Improve performance of default GP_Translation->for_translation() query. (#376)
  • Use __DIR__ constant for GP_PATH. (#455)
  • Use lowercase field types in schema.php. (#461)
  • Change field type for user IDs to bigint(20). (#464)
  • Don’t call gp_upgrade_data() in gp_upgrade_db() on install. (#361)
  • Define max index length for user_id_action column. (#462)

Features in this release:

  • Allow export by priority of originals. (#405)
  • Check imported translations for warnings. (#401)
  • Allow translations to be imported with status waiting. (#377)
  • Add Language header to PO exports. (#428)
  • Add option to overwrite existing glossary when importing. (#395)
  • Allow modification of accepted HTTP methods in the router. (#393)
  • Update the Project-Id-Version header PO exports to better handle sub projects and be filterable. (#442)
  • Convert the permissions list to a table. (#99)
  • Split translation status counts by hidden and public. (#397)
  • Store user ID of validator/approver on translation status changes. (#293)

In this version 28 issues were solved and 26 Pull Requests were merged, a total of 89 commits.

Contributors of this release: Dominik Schilling, Greg Ross, Yoav Farhi, Alexander Kirk, Anton Timmermans, Mattias Tengblad.

If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the issue tracker on GitHub.

The next release (RC1) is targeted for July 6, 2016.

Happy testing!

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GlotPress 2.0.1

GlotPress IconGlotPress 2.0.1 is now available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard!

This is a bugfix release addressing issues found in version 2.0.

Bugs fixed in this release:

  • #386: Avoid a PHP warning when a user had made translations and the user was then deleted.
  • #390: Update all delete permission levels to be consistent in different areas of GlotPress.
  • #404: Fix the CLI export command to properly use the “status” option.
  • #410: Add upgrade script to remove trailing slashes left of project paths from 1.0 which are no longer supported
  • #413: Fix conflict with other plugins that also use the `GP_Locales` class
  • #417: Exclude the art-xemoji locale from length check that caused spurious warnings.

Features in this release:

  • #411: Add Haitian Creole locale definition.
  • #412: Update Asturian locale definition.

In this version 6 issues were solved and 6 Pull Requests were merged, a total of 14 commits.

Contributors of this release: Dominik Schilling, Greg Ross, Yoav Farhi.

If you want to follow along or help out, check out our repository on GitHub.

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GlotPress 2.0 “Beaker”

GlotPress IconAfter 2.5 months we’re pleased to announce the second release of GlotPress as a WordPress plugin.

Version 2.0 of GlotPress, named “Beaker” (the assistant to Bunsen Honeydew), is now available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard.

This release was focused on enhancements to the existing codebase and to tweak several forms to make them more intuitive. For example, you no longer have to select a format when uploading your translations, GlotPress will auto detect the format.

Also say good bye to dead ends, all forms now have a button to return to the previous page.

Ever created a wrong translation set? Now you can delete them with just two clicks, along with translations and glossaries. Even projects can be deleted.

More highlights:

  • UI to manage GlotPress administrators
  • Case-sensitive translation searches
  • Support for Java properties files
  • New and updated default locales
  • Inline documentation for actions and filters
  • Want to know more? Read the full changelog here.

We’ve also moved the “Translation Propagation” feature into its own plugin. The initial version had a few issues so we decided to remove it from core and make it available as a plugin. You can download the plugin from the WordPress.org plugin directory.

In this version 49 issues were solved and 120 Pull Requests were merged, a total of 380 commits.

Contributors of this release: Aki Björklund, Rami Yushuvaev, Dominik Schilling, Greg Ross, Peter Dave Helloand, and Sergey Biryukov.

If you want to follow along or help out, check out our repository on GitHub.

#release, #wordpress-plugin

GlotPress 1.0 “Bunsen Honeydew”

GlotPress IconVersion 1.0 of GlotPress, named “Bunsen Honeydew”, is available for download in WordPress.org’s Plugin Directory.
This is the first public release of GlotPress as a WordPress plugin, ​an alternative to the standalone version.

 

Between the initial commit and today’s last commit for the first plugin version 70 issues were solved and 86 Pull Requests were merged, a total of 352 commits.

 

Some highlights:

  • It’s a plugin! 😉
  • WP-CLI support
  • Integrated with WordPress’s user system
  • Easy installation through the WordPress.org plugin directory
  • Multisite support

For the first version the goal was to change as little as possible to get it working well. But still we had to remove some things in favour of WordPress’ API system. You can review the list of breaking changes in our wiki. If you have existing plugins for the standalone version take a look at this guide on how to convert them to WordPress plugins.

 

Contributors of this release: Aki Björklund, Alex Kirk, Andrew Nacin, Ashley Rich, Brad Touesnard, Chantal Coolsma, Dominik Schilling, Gabor Javorszky, Gilbert Pellegrom, Greg Ross, Iain Poulson, Ian M. Jones, Jeff Gould, Ryan McCue, and Samuel Sidler. Also, a special thanks goes to Hugo Baeta for the great logo!

 

If you want to follow along or help out, check out our repository on GitHub.

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