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SMF 2.0 Release Candidate 2 Public is out!

Started by Aaron, November 08, 2009, 07:10:03 PM

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Antechinus

Approximately? After Christmas and before the Christmas after that.

NoobDeveloper

The only issue is, most of the mods have not yet converted there mods to SMF 2.0 RC2 compatible.

Arantor

Quote from: talktoanil on December 05, 2009, 02:44:33 AM
what's the approx date when we can expect SMF 2.0 final version to release ?

When it's ready.
No good deed goes unpunished
All helpful urges should be circumvented

rajeevbharti

Quote from: Aäron on November 08, 2009, 07:10:03 PM
Simple Machines is proud to announce the release of SMF 2.0 RC2 Public. This is the long awaited second Release Candidate for 2.0 and is one of the last steps towards 2.0 going gold. Literally hundreds of bugs that were reported after the release of RC1 have been fixed and improvements have been made to security, stability, and performance. We recommend that all users of earlier development versions upgrade as soon as possible.

As promised, 2.0 RC2 boasts our new Curve theme, which has been made the new default theme. The previous default theme has been renamed Core. Please note that the Classic and Babylon themes have been removed from the package and are now only available on the theme site.

Major changes since the last public release:

       
  • Inclusion of the Curve theme.
  • Three brand-new smiley sets.
  • 960 new entries in the changelog, which consist of:

            
    • Fixes for a significant number of bugs reported by Beta Testers, Charter members, and community members.
    • Hundreds of queries optimized for faster performance (new indexes, re-written queries, changes to column type, etc)
    • Canonical link support for better search engine indexing
    • New feature: ability to have different readmes in packages for different languages
    • New feature: ability to delete languages (oops! we forgot that earlier)
    • Linktrees have been added to the lower-areas of the forum and to the admin, moderation and profile sections.
    • Lighttpd support for Queryless urls
    • Improved support for right to left languages
    • OpenID is fixed
    • Extra fields for Advanced Profile fields (surround/enclose within other text, and choose placement as icon or signature).
    • Several theme improvements for better semantics and standards support.
    • Moved more JS out of templates
    • Wireless links to switch back to normal mode.
Those interested in the detailed changelog may like to download it on our download page.

Finally - please do not use this topic for any support requests. You will get a much more prompt response by visiting the relevant support board!

Regards,

Simple Machines


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can u tell me what it actually does???

NoobDeveloper

Quote from: rajeevbharti on December 05, 2009, 05:06:33 AM
Quote from: Aäron on November 08, 2009, 07:10:03 PM
Simple Machines is proud to announce the release of SMF 2.0 RC2 Public. This is the long awaited second Release Candidate for 2.0 and is one of the last steps towards 2.0 going gold. Literally hundreds of bugs that were reported after the release of RC1 have been fixed and improvements have been made to security, stability, and performance. We recommend that all users of earlier development versions upgrade as soon as possible.

As promised, 2.0 RC2 boasts our new Curve theme, which has been made the new default theme. The previous default theme has been renamed Core. Please note that the Classic and Babylon themes have been removed from the package and are now only available on the theme site.

Major changes since the last public release:

       
  • Inclusion of the Curve theme.
  • Three brand-new smiley sets.
  • 960 new entries in the changelog, which consist of:

            
    • Fixes for a significant number of bugs reported by Beta Testers, Charter members, and community members.
    • Hundreds of queries optimized for faster performance (new indexes, re-written queries, changes to column type, etc)
    • Canonical link support for better search engine indexing
    • New feature: ability to have different readmes in packages for different languages
    • New feature: ability to delete languages (oops! we forgot that earlier)
    • Linktrees have been added to the lower-areas of the forum and to the admin, moderation and profile sections.
    • Lighttpd support for Queryless urls
    • Improved support for right to left languages
    • OpenID is fixed
    • Extra fields for Advanced Profile fields (surround/enclose within other text, and choose placement as icon or signature).
    • Several theme improvements for better semantics and standards support.
    • Moved more JS out of templates
    • Wireless links to switch back to normal mode.
Those interested in the detailed changelog may like to download it on our download page.

Finally - please do not use this topic for any support requests. You will get a much more prompt response by visiting the relevant support board!

Regards,

Simple Machines


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can u tell me what it actually does???

lolzzzzzzzzzzzz    ;D

Arantor

rajeevbharti: 2.0 RC2 is the latest evolution of SMF. It has everything you see in this forum right here (since that's what we use here)

If you have any other questions please open a topic in 2.0 Support.
No good deed goes unpunished
All helpful urges should be circumvented

Nolt

Quote from: talktoanil on December 05, 2009, 02:44:33 AM
what's the approx date when we can expect SMF 2.0 final version to release ?



I think about 2012 after apocalypse. Then SMF 2.0 final will be released and safe the planet xD

NoobDeveloper

Quote from: Nolt on December 05, 2009, 07:58:08 AM
Quote from: talktoanil on December 05, 2009, 02:44:33 AM
what's the approx date when we can expect SMF 2.0 final version to release ?



I think about 2012 after apocalypse. Then SMF 2.0 final will be released and safe the planet xD

lolzzzzzz

SleePy

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