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#1 Jan. 14, 2011 17:31:59

Jonas O.
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Django CMS 2.1 Release Candidate 3 was just released!


The django CMS core team just released the third release candidate forversion 2.1.Download:http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-cms/2.1.0.rc3Documentation:http://django-cms.rtfd.orgSource:https://github.com/divio/django-cms/tree/2.1.0.rc3Please report any issues you find with this release to our issue tracker athttps://github.com/divio/django-cms/issues, thank you.Unfortunately, the release candidate 2 had a nasty bug in it which wouldbreak our MPTT page tree when moderation is enabled and certain actionswere performed on certain types of trees. This issue was now resolved,thanks to the amazing effort of Ųyvind Saltvik.There were also a couple of less serious bug fixes:

* Issue 658, Invalid search fields on global page permission admin* Issue 648, Frontend-editing on/off toggle fails when the current URLcontains an anchor.* Issue 642, Short description of CMS plugins fails when no actualplugin instance is available.* Issue 641, 'PageUserForm' object has no attribute 'permission_acessor'* Issue 639, get_page_from_request fails when not being called on anadmin URL but not a CMS admin URL.* Countless documentation and testing improvements.

Please help testing this third release candidate and enjoy our django CMS.

In the name of the whole django CMS core developer team,

Jonas Obrist

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#2 Jan. 14, 2011 20:41:02

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Django CMS 2.1 Release Candidate 3 was just released!


Is there an overview of django-cms for those not familiar with it? I
looked around the project homepage and, surprisingly, I couldn't find
anything that gives a high-level overview. For example:

* Is django-cms just a set of extensions to django that I could add
individually and end up with django-cms, or it is more than the sum of
its parts?

* Related to this, is it possible/easy to take an existing django
project and add the django-cms features without breaking anything?

* What kind of projects would django-cms be the better solution for, and
what kind of projects would it be best to stick with django?

* Compared with django, is there any overhead involved in using
django-cms? For example, if I develop a django application starting
with django-cms but never use any of the cms features, will I pay a
performance penalty?

Thanks! (And it would be nice if this kind of information was available
in an overview document on the django-cms project homepage.)

Todd Wilson

Jonas Obrist wrote, on 01/14/2011 09:31 AM:
> The django CMS core team just released the third release candidate for
> version 2.1.
>
> Download:http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-cms/2.1.0.rc3> Documentation:http://django-cms.rtfd.org> Source:https://github.com/divio/django-cms/tree/2.1.0.rc3>
> Please report any issues you find with this release to our issue tracker at
>https://github.com/divio/django-cms/issues, thank you.
>
> Unfortunately, the release candidate 2 had a nasty bug in it which would
> break our MPTT page tree when moderation is enabled and certain actions
> were performed on certain types of trees. This issue was now resolved,
> thanks to the amazing effort of Ųyvind Saltvik.
>
> There were also a couple of less serious bug fixes:
>
> * Issue 658, Invalid search fields on global page permission admin
> * Issue 648, Frontend-editing on/off toggle fails when the current URL
> contains an anchor.
> * Issue 642, Short description of CMS plugins fails when no actual
> plugin instance is available.
> * Issue 641, 'PageUserForm' object has no attribute 'permission_acessor'
> * Issue 639, get_page_from_request fails when not being called on an
> admin URL but not a CMS admin URL.
> * Countless documentation and testing improvements.
>
> Please help testing this third release candidate and enjoy our django CMS.
>
> In the name of the whole django CMS core developer team,
>
> Jonas Obrist
>


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#3 Jan. 14, 2011 20:50:42

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Django CMS 2.1 Release Candidate 3 was just released!


Django CMS is a pluggable app. It's not a collection of things like Pinax. You
either add it to your project (and give yourself a CMS), or not.

Here's a brief overview:

1. Install the app in an existing Django application.

2. Use the Django admin to create and edit pages using Django templates. You'll
have plugins for images, etc.

3. Done.

Django CMS handles the URLs for your pages and just serves them.

Shawn

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#4 Jan. 14, 2011 23:04:59

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Django CMS 2.1 Release Candidate 3 was just released!


Thanks ojii, and the whole team.

I dropped off the radar for a few months because my RealJob(tm) keeps getting
in the way, but I need to upgrade my site as it's running off a very old
(pre-publisher-fix) git version.

I hope to integrate the RC3 code on my dev site over the weekend, and if all is
well, push to production early next week. I'll be sure to file a ticket for
anything I find. :)

Thanks again,
Pat
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On 2011-01-14, at 12:31 PM, Jonas Obrist wrote:

> The django CMS core team just released the third release candidate for
> version 2.1.
>
> Download:http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-cms/2.1.0.rc3> Documentation:http://django-cms.rtfd.org> Source:https://github.com/divio/django-cms/tree/2.1.0.rc3>
> Please report any issues you find with this release to our issue tracker at
>https://github.com/divio/django-cms/issues, thank you.
>
> Unfortunately, the release candidate 2 had a nasty bug in it which would
> break our MPTT page tree when moderation is enabled and certain actions were
> performed on certain types of trees. This issue was now resolved, thanks to
> the amazing effort of Ųyvind Saltvik.
>
> There were also a couple of less serious bug fixes:
>
> * Issue 658, Invalid search fields on global page permission admin
> * Issue 648, Frontend-editing on/off toggle fails when the current URL
> contains an anchor.
> * Issue 642, Short description of CMS plugins fails when no actual plugin
> instance is available.
> * Issue 641, 'PageUserForm' object has no attribute 'permission_acessor'
> * Issue 639, get_page_from_request fails when not being called on an admin
> URL but not a CMS admin URL.
> * Countless documentation and testing improvements.
>
> Please help testing this third release candidate and enjoy our django CMS.
>
> In the name of the whole django CMS core developer team,
>
> Jonas Obrist
>
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