Tracks 2.3.0 Released

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Tracks 2.3.0 has been released! This version brings a few small changes to the UI, many bug fixes, and some major under-the-hood upgrades and refactors.

Tracks is now running on Rails 4.1. Ruby 1.8.7 is no longer supported, but this release of Tracks is fully tested on Ruby 1.9.3, 2.0.0, and 2.1.

Other changes:

  • You can select to group todos on the home page by context or by
    project (using the view menu). This also works for tag page, the
    project page, the tickler and the context page
  • You can now change the state of a context to closed
  • Czech locale has been renamed from cz to cs to follow ISO standards
  • Added Russian locale (@AlexStein)
  • The toggle-notes and toggle-collapsed-containers have been moved into
    the view menu.
  • Numerous bug fixes

You can download the release here.
Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.

Tracks 2.2.3 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.2.3 is being released today with several bug fixes.

This is expected to be the last version of Tracks to support Ruby 1.8.7.

You can download the release here.
Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual

Tracks 2.2.2 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.2.2 is being released today with several security fixes! It is recommended to upgrade your installation.

You can download the release here.
Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual

Tracks 2.2.1 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.2 is being released today with two bugfixes! One bug prevented Tracks to be used on ruby 1.8.7, this release fixes that.

You can download the release here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual

Tracks 2.2 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.2 is being released today with a variety of new features and bugfixes! You can download the release here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual

New in this release:

  • Added caching to various parts of Tracks to speed things up
  • Better support for running Tracks with PostgreSQL
  • Improvements to the mobile interface.
  • Drag and drop should work on tablets
  • Upgrade to the latest stable version of Rails. This brings in some changes like new command to start Tracks and precompiling assets. Take a look at the installation or upgrade manual for details.
  • Tracks now includes support for Ruby 1.8.7 and Ruby 1.9. The next version of Tracks will only support Ruby 1.9. Support for
    older versions of Ruby will then be dropped.
  • Tons of bugfixes, updated locales and other improvements

Changed in this release:

  • The administrator’s email is no longer in the preferences and has been moved into site.yml

Removed in this release:

  • Support for OpenID, CAS, and LDAP login. Support for these different login types will be added back in a future release.
  • Support for the SOAP API. The REST API should be used instead. This may impact your scripts or mobile apps that
    integrate with Tracks using SOAP XML API.

A lot of contributrions by various people from our community have found their way into this release. This release also sees the addition of a new member to the Tracks team. Please welcome Dan Rice as a new committer! Dan has been instrumental in improving our support for PostgreSQL and making a ton of other small improvements to the Tracks codebase for this release.

Enjoy!

Tracks 2.1.4 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.1.4 is released. This release addresses another security vulnerability in Rails. You can download it here. All changes can be seen here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.

I hope this is the last 2.1.x release and that the next release will be Tracks 2.2 containing a lot of improvements. You are welcome to help test Tracks 2.2. In the mean time if you prefer the stable release, 2.1.4 is the best choice.

Please note that Tracks 2.1.x does not support ruby 1.9 and it depends on ruby 1.8.7. Tracks 2.2 will support both ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9. After 2.2 support for ruby 1.8.7 will be dropped.

Enjoy!

Tracks 2.1.3 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.1.3 is released. This release addresses another security vulnerability in Rails. You can download it here. All changes can be seen here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.

I hope this is the last 2.1.x release and that the next release will be Tracks 2.2 containing a lot of improvements. You are welcome to help test Tracks 2.2. In the mean time if you prefer the stable release, 2.1.3 is the best choice.

Please note that Tracks 2.1.x does not support ruby 1.9 and it depends on ruby 1.8.7. Tracks 2.2 will support both ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9. After 2.2 support for ruby 1.8.7 will be dropped.

Enjoy!

Tracks 2.1.2 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.1.2 is released. This release addresses the recent security vulnerabilities in Rails. You can download it here. All changes can be seen here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.

I hope this is the last 2.1.x release and that the next release will be Tracks 2.2 containing a lot of improvements. You are welcome to help test Tracks 2.2. In the mean time if you prefer the stable release, 2.1.1 is the best choice.

Please note that Tracks 2.1.x does not support ruby 1.9 and it depends on ruby 1.8.7. Tracks 2.2 will support both ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9. After 2.2 support for ruby 1.8.7 will be dropped.

Enjoy!

Tracks 2.1.1 Released

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Hi all,

Tracks 2.1.1 is released. This is a bugfix release which you can download here. All changes can be seen here. Upgrade instructions can be found in the manual.

I hope this is the last 2.1.x release and that the next release will be Tracks 2.2 containing a lot of improvements. You are welcome to help test Tracks 2.2. In the mean time if you prefer the stable release, 2.1.1 is the best choice.

Please note that Tracks 2.1.x does not support ruby 1.9 and it depends on ruby 1.8.7. Tracks 2.2 will support both ruby 1.8.7 and ruby 1.9. After 2.2 support for ruby 1.8.7 will be dropped.

Enjoy!

Bitnami Updates Their Tracks Installer to 2.1

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Bitnami has updated their Tracks installer to version 2.1 of Tracks. If you’d like to install Tracks on a local machine, but do not like to do all the configuration yourself, this could be a good solution for you. try BitNami – it runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. But they also support preconfigured virtual machines, including Amazon machine images.