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Month: February 2011

ChiliProject 1.1.0 Released

ChiliProject’s first release (1.1.0) is now complete and ready to be downloaded. This release is the first in our 1.x stable line of code since forking from Redmine and is ready for use on production websites.

Download ChiliProject 1.1.0

What’s included

1.1.0 includes everything in Redmine 1.1.1, some recent code from Redmine trunk, and additional features and bug fixes from the ChiliProject team.

  • Bug #64: Forums list shows even if the forum module is not active
  • Bug #81: Replace favicon
  • Bug #85: Crash when saving a wiki page with no content
  • Bug #89: MailHandler is changing the Tracker on issues even when there is no keyword for it
  • Bug #96: Wiki: H4 Headings are too small in toc
  • Bug #109: Backport fix to display full TOC with present < p r e > tags
  • Bug #125: User profile does not keep email preferences
  • Bug #133: Add hack for rubygems > 1.5 compatibility
  • Bug #163: Rails: Potential XSS Problem with mail_to :encode => :javascript
  • Bug #171: unit/user_test.rb:138 fails with mysql2 gem
  • Bug #178: Multiselect issues on Mac
  • Bug #190: Change the default Gantt limit to unlimited
  • Feature #101: Change the Help link to point to the ChiliProject site
  • Feature #104: Add email header for the type of message
  • Feature #129: Change public strings of Redmine to ChiliProject
  • Feature #146: Allow underscores in project identifiers
  • Feature #149: Issues – Hide the File upload section
  • Feature #150: Skip the “Text Formatting: Help” link when tabbing
  • Feature #168: [PATCH] RSS autodiscovery for wiki pages
  • Feature #169: [PATCH] hiding form pages from search engines
  • Feature #170: [PATCH] Extensible MailHandler

Contributors to 1.1.0

I’d like to thank all of the contributors to the 1.1.0 release.

  • Eric Davis
  • Eric Thomas
  • Felix Schäfer
  • Gregor Schmidt
  • Holger Just
  • Jean-Baptiste Barth
  • Jean-Philippe Lang
  • Simon COURTOIS
  • Thibaut Deloffre
  • Toshi MARUYAMA
  • Yuki Sonoda

Migrating from Redmine

We have tested migrating several different Redmine sites from and have documented an easy upgrade process on our wiki. This release is also compatible with existing Redmine themes and plugins. If you have any questions or need help with the migration, please come by our IRC channel or forums.

What’s Next?

Now that 1.1.0 is released we will begin to work on two new versions following our release process. 1.2.0 will be the next update and is scheduled to be released in March 2011. We will also start development on 2.0 where we will be adding  the major new features over the next 6 months.