Release Notes: A revamped interface allows you to add fields (and groups of fields) to documents without leaving your current screen. You can drag to re-order elements and add categories and keywords via search-as-you-type autocompletion. Document definitions are more flexible, so administrators can specify the minimum and maximum number of occurrences for any field or subelement. Other highlights include native thumbnail generation and streamlined job and event tracking. Bricolage now runs on both Apache 2 and Apache 1.3, and can use either PostgreSQL (8.1+) or MySQL (5.0.3+) as its repository.
Release Notes: Search by Keyword has been added to "Find Media". Reverting an image media document works again. There are other improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This maintenance release adds a number of improvements and many bugfixes. Highlights include easier republishing of documents from the Find interface and better-behaving textarea fields in Internet Explorer.
Release Notes: This maintenance release adds a few new features, a number of improvements, and many bugfixes. Highlights include new SOAP modules, improved packaging support, and smoother upgrades from 1.8.x versions.
Release Notes: This development release offers numerous improvements and new features, including a new Bulk Edit interface, improved category permission handling, and the normalized naming of Bricolage objects.
Release Notes: This maintenance release offers a number of fixes and improvements, including fixes for HTML::Template and Template Toolkit issues, improved bulk publishing, and the addition of PostgreSQL 8.1 support. Upgrading is recommended for all users.
Release Notes: This maintenance release addresses numerous minor issues in 1.8.5 and adds a number of improvements, including SOAP, document expiration, and bric_queued fixes.
Release Notes: This maintenance release addresses a number of issues. The most important changes eliminate or greatly reduce the number of deadlocks caused during bulk publishes of many documents. Other changes include new contributed scripts for importing contributors and for generating thumbnail images, Russian localization, and various fixes for database transaction, template formatting, and various user interface fixes.
Release Notes: This maintenance release addresses quite a large number of issues in Bricolage 1.8.1. The most important changes have been made to enhance Unicode support. Bricolage now internally handles all text content as UTF-8 strings, enabling templates to better control the manipulation of multibyte characters. Other changes include better performance for searches using the ANY() operators and more intelligent transaction handling for distribution jobs.