In 1.6.29 we have added a few smaller bugfixes and made other improvements.
The most noteworthy is the addition of branch aliases, which means that it is now possible to use "1.6@dev" as a version of "sulu/sulu" in the composer.json file, instead of referencing it with e.g. "dev-release/1.6 as 1.6.30".
Additionally there are also a few bugfixes, including but not limited to:
- The PageRule of our AudienceTargeting feature failed when a URL was redirected
- Some options on doctrine entities were not compatible with Sulu
- Rounding error when converting to different image formats
- New Symfony versions introduced some regressions
- The security restricted too many pages in our page list
- Mandatory fields on the template for the homepage broke the sulu:build initialization script
Apart from this convenience feature, we have also included quite a few fixes:
- The Changelog shown in the page settings tab did not load correctly if the user referenced as creator or changer was deleted
- Deleting a page could cause an error in the list of pages, because the information on which webspace to show was missing
- All the SingleSelection fields failed when the entity they referenced was deleted
- The ResourceLocatorStrategy defined in the webspace configuration file was not considered in the form.
- The MediaSelection ignored the types filter (audio, video, images, ...)
- Defining a wrong default-type on a block in a template resulted in a confusing error
- The SingleAccountSelection field type was not working on pages
- The latitude and longitude fields were missing on the addresses of accounts and contacts
- It was not possible to dump a sitemap
- Deleting a parent account was not possible but failed silently
- The TextEditor did not have a limited height and its toolbar could overlap and hide other parts of the system
Again, this list is not complete, and the release contains a few more fixes, including those from Sulu 1.6.29. Although the list seems to be quite long, the overall reactions until now have been positive and Sulu 2 feels stable. So try it out, and let us know what you think!