Release Notes: Several regressions in RSS, Watchlist, and PDF export were fixed.
Release Notes: This is mostly a developer-oriented release with new Extension Manager APIs, an XWiki Enterprise Maven Archetype, XAR plugin improvements, and fold observation events, but it also has a number of bugfixes (36) and improvements (22) which users will appreciate.
Release Notes: This release comes with multiwiki support enabled by default: users are able to create new wikis without the need to install additional extensions. Solr-based live search replaces the Lucene. The ability to track active XWiki installs was added. The Distribution Wizard has a new step for upgrading all wikis. Developers will be interested in the new Wiki Stream framework, which can already be used to export large wikis in XAR format. There were 135 bugfixes and 50 improvements.
Release Notes: This is mostly a stabilization release leading to XWiki 5.2 final. It brings a new "Home" top level menu (available when there is more than one wiki) and a new Distribution Wizard step to upgrade all wikis. The WikiStream framework has been improved, and now can be used to export large wikis in XAR format. It includes 49 bugfixes and 16 small improvements.
Release Notes: The second milestone of the 5.2 release comes with multiwiki support enabled by default. Users are able to create new wikis without the need to install additional extensions. This is possible because the Workspace Application has been integrated into XWiki Enterprise. Besides this, the new release brings a Solr-based live search (to replace the one based on Lucene) and the ability to track active XWiki installs. Developers will be interested by the new WikiStream framework. As with other releases, this one has a lot of bug fixes (92) and improvements (33) which make it worth trying.
Release Notes: This milestone release includes 52 bugfixes and 20 improvements. Notable are the ability to toggle email address obfuscation and a better-looking user profile menu.
Release Notes: This release comes with Solr search enabled by default. The search UI has been redesigned, and the search backend has been greatly improved. A new Menu application is now available to help you create navigation menus which can be placed after the header or in a side panel. Beside this, a lot of bugfixes (124) and small improvements (53) make this release worth trying.
Release Notes: This is mostly a stabilization release leading to XWiki 5.1. It adds Sorl search improvements and bugfixes, as the plan is to make Solr the default search engine in 5.1 final. There is also a new Menu Application in the platform (not bundled by default) to help you create navigation menus.
Release Notes: This release brings automatic Solr indexing with locale inheritance, as well as a couple of bugfixes and other small improvements.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. The blocking bugs which led to this release are a regression with right checking in the old API and the New Page menu not showing up for a user without the admin right.