Release Notes: Minor bug and security fixes. An antispam function, HTML head meta tags, and subscribing to trivial changes. This is probably the last 1.2.x release, intended for production sites. People who rather want bleeding edge stuff are invited to join the 1.3 beta and RC test.
Release Notes: This release fixes 2 security critical bugs: one when using ACLs and one when not using ACLs at all (so you really want to upgrade in any case). It also fixes some minor bugs.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed, including some critical security problems. There were also some minor feature improvements.
Release Notes: Quite a few minor bugs have been fixed. There are new and updated languages and a simple viewonly theme.
Release Notes: This release features support for much faster persistent environments, including twisted, internal Web server, mod_python, and FastCGI (CGI is still possible). It has diffs between arbitrary revisions, themes, and plugin directories for parsers, processors, themes, and XML-RPC. Log file operations (RecentChanges or history) are much faster. UserPreferences is easier. There are fixes in importPlugin, UTF-8, email headers and encoding, and system page recognition. There is better HTML, and the design uses CSS. TWikiDrawPlugin has been updated.
Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs, security, as well as privacy issues. Access control lists for pages, user/password login, page edit locking, enhanced macros, editor backups, easy page reverting, and more system text translations have been implemented. Support for Wiki XML-RPC v1 and v2 has been added.
Release Notes: This release will be the last to support Python 1.5.2. The most important new features are a new "processor" concept (colorize, CSV), "Preferred language" and "Quick links" user settings, full-text search now displaying context information, an action for 'transclusion' into static web pages, an action compatible with MeatBall:LinkDatabase, and finally some new icons.
Release Notes: File attachments, definition list markup (glossaries), change notification via email, variable substitution when saving pages, edit preview, and improved documentation were added.
Release Notes: The most prominent change of this release is a fix for a Unix time billenium bug (affecting RecentChanges sorting and page diffs). This version is still Python 1.5.2 compatible, but it's not extensively tested for that version and some parts of the system might not work there, especially seldom used macros and actions.