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Re: LedgerSMB 1.5.0 released

Congratulations for achieving this milestone!

Thanks for your hard work!

I hope to start experimenting with this release soon.

Happy New Year to you all!


On 2016-12-24 18:53, Erik Huelsmann wrote:
> The LedgerSMB project is proud to announce the release of 1.5.0,
> the start of a new line of maintenance releases.
> This release can be summarized as a major user experience boost
> through improvements in performace, look and stability. Performance
> improvements are being achieved by moving from per-request-invoked
> CGI-scripts to a preloaded-PSGI application as well as moving to a
> single-page web application using the Dojo toolkit.
> On the project's website both installation instructions[1] and upgrade
> instructions[2] are available.
> UI changes
>     LedgerSMB now frameless (ChrisT)
>     Full use of Dojo widgets (ErikH)
>     Compressed/compiled Dojo for better performance (JohnL)
>     Reports and screens can now be bookmarked (Chris T)
>     Optionally can add unapproved trans. to some reports (Chris T)
> Price Matrix Enhancements
>     Quantity discounts can be set in the pricematrix (Chris T)
>     Price matrix now filters on currency (Chris T)
> Template changes
>     All document templates (including INCLUDEs) now in-database (Erik H, #854)
>     1.4's <?lsmb LETTERHEAD ?> now <?lsmb INCLUDE letterhead ?>
>     1.3's INCLUDE extensions dropped;
>     <?lsmb INCLUDE letterhead.tex ?> -> <?lsmb INCLUDE letterhead ?>
> Code Cleanup
>     Relying on Plack for webserver integration; stub scripts removed (ChrisT)
>     Removed LedgerSMB's custom dojo page loader (ErikH)
>     Removed dead code (coveralls.io used for identification) (ErikH)
>     Removed dependency on Class::Struct (ChrisT)
>     Removed all inserts into chart view (ChrisT, GH 931)
>     Removed long-broken French chart of accounts (ChrisT)
>     Removed unused saved trial balance components (ChrisT, GH 775)
>     Source tree restructuring: libraries in lib/, docroot in UI/ (ErikH)
> API Enhancements
>     Moved a great deal of code into PGObject framework on CPAN (ChrisT)
>     Session handling committed before main action (Chris T, GH 943)
> Quality assurance
>     Verification of pre-defined Chart of Accounts files (ChrisT)
>     Assurance of completeness of 'use'-tested source files (ErikH)
>     Extended 'use'-tests to cover full set of source files (ErikH)
>     New tests validating source code requirements, such as (ErikH)
>         Reject code using certain modules (Data::Dumper, Carp::Always, ...)
>         Reject code which isn't formatted correctly
>         Reject code which uses certain constructs
>     Basic verification of PO (translation) files (ErikH)
>     Basic automated in-browser testing through SauceLabs.com (ErikH/ChrisT)
>     Basic automated in-browser testing with PhantomJS (ErikH)
> Internationalization
>     Expansion of web based translation support through Transifex (ErikH)
> ChrisT is Chris Travers
> ErikH is Erik Huelsmann
> JohnL is John Locke
> The release can be downloaded from sourceforge at
>   https://sourceforge.net/projects/ledger-smb/files/Releases/1.5.0/
> These are the sha256 checksums of the uploaded files:
> 150ab5ad96175bf02eb72ab1525123875b34acc1393d4c207f8a5ffb36ccc477  ledgersmb-1.5.0.tar.gz
> 7a7b797510f3829d1830ff2e7bfc88da51ace6db13e23d88955cb5f30c2d7432  ledgersmb-1.5.0.tar.gz.asc
> [1] https://ledgersmb.org/content/installing-ledgersmb-15
> [2] https://ledgersmb.org/content/upgrading-ledgersmb-15
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