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@wetneb wetneb released this Sep 24, 2020 · 641 commits to master since this release

This is a bug fix release for the 3.4 series. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

Bug fixes

  • The MacOS build displays the correct version number (#3196)
  • The Google Drive and Google Sheets integration was fixed.

See the full list of changes for 3.4.

Checksums

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  • openrefine-mac-3.4.1.dmg: SHA ca1567dff7e83bc1d0f748df7631e67c1f5d8e25
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@wetneb wetneb released this Sep 6, 2020 · 641 commits to master since this release

This is the final release for OpenRefine 3.4. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • We now offer a Windows package with embedded Java runtime engine (no need to install Java with this one) (#2272)
  • SQLite importer added (#1951)
  • More languages including Bengali, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, and Punjabi, as well as better coverage for existing languages including Cebuano, English (UK), French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, and Portuguese (Brazil).
  • Clojure updated to 1.10 (#2608)
  • Modal dialogs can now be closed with the ESC key (#1018)
  • A cell.errorMessage field has been added, to fetch the error message stored in a cell (it was originally cell.error in 3.4 beta) (#525)
  • Google OAuth credentials for Google Sheets and Google Drive integration are configurable (#2383)
  • A new menu item was created to extract entity identifiers from a reconciled column (#1975)
  • It is now possible to quote all cell values in the custom tabular exporter (#1869)
  • An option was added in the CSV/TSV importer to strip whitespace in cell values (#791)
  • The Google Sheets and Google Drive export have been added to the main "Export" menu (#2453)
  • The cross function now supports any value for input (instead of just cells) and is no longer restricted to the column where it is invoked (#1950)
  • The cross function now works for any type of cell value (#2461)
  • It is now possible to configure the maxlag value used by the Wikidata extension by setting wikibase.upload.maxLag to some integer in the preferences (in 3.4 beta, it was wikibase:upload:maxLag and that was renamed later to match the naming convention of other preferences) (#2304)
  • Facets can be minimized (#2553)
  • Excel XLSX export column limit increased from 256 to 16K columns (#2600)
  • Character encoding detection added for import (#486)

See the full list of changes.

Checksums

  • openrefine-linux-3.4.tar.gz: SHA e75a4b1c7a4e5c0af2a1d2d278f7707980a59e18
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@wetneb wetneb released this Jul 4, 2020 · 641 commits to master since this release

This is the second beta release of OpenRefine 3.4. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • We now offer a Windows package with embedded Java runtime engine (no need to install Java with this one) (#2272)
  • Importing data from SQLite is now possible (#1951)
  • Modal dialogs can now be closed with the ESC key (#1018)
  • A cell.errorMessage field has been added, to fetch the error message stored in a cell (it was originally cell.error in 3.4 beta) (#525)
  • Google OAuth credentials for Google Sheets and Google Drive integration are configurable (#2383)
  • A new menu item was created to extract entity identifiers from a reconciled column (#1975)
  • It is now possible to quote all cell values in the custom tabular exporter (#1869)
  • An option was added in the CSV/TSV importer to strip whitespace in cell values (#791)
  • The Google Sheets and Google Drive export have been added to the main "Export" menu (#2453)
  • The cross function now supports any value for input (instead of just cells) and is no longer restricted to the column where it is invoked (#1950)
  • The cross function now works for any type of cell value (#2461)
  • It is now possible to configure the maxlag value used by the Wikidata extension by setting wikibase.upload.maxLag to some integer in the preferences (in the first beta, it was wikibase:upload:maxLag and that was renamed later to match the naming convention of other preferences) (#2304)
  • Facets can be minimized (#2553)

See the full list of changes.

Checksums

  • openrefine-linux-3.4-beta2.tar.gz: SHA afdb901d67c7cb65ae1edd704a2050986f9f829e
  • openrefine-mac-3.4-beta2.dmg: SHA f74eb021a4949790d01f1a92ad96431d532ef8ff
  • openrefine-win-3.4-beta2.zip: SHA 751c25b7a0750e0e4a34ba356616248b904a0e58
  • openrefine-win-with-java-3.4-beta2.zip: SHA c99a5974f0bf240f2b2cc3aef80236b3b7650c03
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Pre-release

@wetneb wetneb released this May 14, 2020 · 641 commits to master since this release

This is the first beta release of OpenRefine 3.4. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • We now offer a Windows package with embedded Java runtime engine (no need to install Java with this one) (#2272)
  • Importing data from SQLite is now possible (#1951)
  • Modal dialogs can now be closed with the ESC key (#1018)
  • A cell.errorMessage field has been added, to fetch the error message stored in a cell (#525)
  • A new menu item was created to extract entity identifiers from a reconciled column (#1975)
  • It is now possible to quote all cell values in the custom tabular exporter (#1869)
  • An option was added in the CSV/TSV importer to strip whitespace in cell values (#791)
  • The Google Sheets and Google Drive export have been added to the main "Export" menu (#2453)
  • The cross function is no longer restricted to source values from the column where it is invoked (#1950)
  • The cross function now works for any type of cell value (#2461)
  • It is now possible to configure the maxlag value used by the Wikidata extension by setting wikibase:upload:maxLag to some integer in the preferences (#2304)
  • Facets can be minimized (#2553)

See the full list of changes.

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@wetneb wetneb released this Jan 31, 2020 · 903 commits to master since this release

This is the final release for OpenRefine 3.3. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • A new menu for joining (concatenating) columns has been added (#2109)
  • Commonly used fields in dialogs now have autofocus (#2130)
  • The Wikidata extension now supports adding dates with custom calendars (#2136)
  • Calling reconciliation services via CORS is now supported (#2260)
  • All columns can be blanked down or filled down at once (#2280)
  • New "Blank values per column" and "Blank records per column" facets were added (#2220)

Vulnerabilities fixed

  • A cross-site scripting vulnerability in the database extension was fixed (#2151)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection was added to POST API endpoints. If you rely on OpenRefine's server API you will need to adapt your calls accordingly (#2164)

See the full list of changes.

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Pre-release

@wetneb wetneb released this Jan 6, 2020 · 949 commits to master since this release

This is the first release candidate for OpenRefine 3.3. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • A new menu for joining (concatenating) columns has been added (#2109)
  • Commonly used fields in dialogs now have autofocus (#2130)
  • The Wikidata extension now supports adding dates with custom calendars (#2136)
  • Calling reconciliation services via CORS is now supported (#2260)

Vulnerabilities fixed

  • A cross-site scripting vulnerability in the database extension was fixed (#2151)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection was added to POST API endpoints. If you rely on OpenRefine's server API you will need to adapt your calls accordingly (#2164)

See the full list of changes.

Assets 5
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Pre-release

@wetneb wetneb released this Oct 21, 2019 · 1032 commits to master since this release

This is the first beta release of OpenRefine 3.3. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • A new menu for joining (concatenating) columns has been added (#2109)
  • Commonly used fields in dialogs now have autofocus (#2130)
  • The Wikidata extension now supports adding dates with custom calendars (#2136)

Vulnerabilities

  • A cross-site scripting vulnerability in the database extension was fixed (#2151)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection was added to POST API endpoints. If you rely on OpenRefine's server API you will need to adapt your calls accordingly (#2164)

See the full list of changes.

Assets 5

@wetneb wetneb released this Jul 26, 2019 · 1153 commits to master since this release

This is the final release of OpenRefine 3.2. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • New action to replace smart quotes to their ASCII equivalent (#1676)
  • New phonetic clustering methods are available: Beider-Morse (#926) and Daitch-Mokotoff (#927)
  • The "Uses values as identifiers" operation now accepts cells with RDF uris instead of just identifiers, using the identifierSpace declared by the reconciliation service (#1953)
  • References in the Wikidata schema can be copied across statements and items (#1912)
  • Items suggested by auto-complete can now be clicked with the middle button, which opens their URL in a new tab (#1934)
  • Reconciliation previews are now shown when hovering the candidate (no click is needed). Clicking the candidate opens its page in a new tab. It is possible to disable this feature for matched cells by adding cell-ui.previewMatchedCells=false in the preferences. (#1943)

See the full list of changes.

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Pre-release

@wetneb wetneb released this Mar 1, 2019 · 1319 commits to master since this release

This is the beta release of OpenRefine 3.2. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • New action to replace smart quotes to their ASCII equivalent (#1676)
  • New phonetic clustering methods are available: Beider-Morse (#926) and Daitch-Mokotoff (#927)
  • The "Uses values as identifiers" operation now accepts cells with RDF uris instead of just identifiers, using the identifierSpace declared by the reconciliation service (#1953)
  • References in the Wikidata schema can be copied across statements and items (#1912)
  • Items suggested by auto-complete can now be clicked with the middle button, which opens their URL in a new tab (#1934)
  • Reconciliation previews are now shown when hovering the candidate (no click is needed). Clicking the candidate opens its page in a new tab. It is possible to disable this feature for matched cells by adding cell-ui.previewMatchedCells=false in the preferences. (#1943)

See the full list of changes.

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@wetneb wetneb released this Nov 29, 2018 · 1668 commits to master since this release

This is the final release of OpenRefine 3.1. Please backup your workspace directory before installing and report any problems that you encounter.

New features

  • Importing n-triples, ttl, and JSON-LD files is now possible (#1758)
  • The smartSplit function now supports any string, not just a single character. (#1761)
  • A new menu to search and replace was added (#1742)
  • A field to specify custom column names was added in the CSV/TSV importer
  • It is now possible to import and export a Wikidata schema in JSON (#1776)
  • Strings are now automatically trimmed in Wikidata schemas. The corresponding issues have been removed. (#1781)
  • Browser-based autocomplete has been enabled for Wikidata edit summaries. (#1596)
  • It is now possible to mark a column of identifiers as reconciled without calling the reconciliation service (#1778)
  • The GREL function parseXml was added (#1818)
  • The way text facets handle non-text values was changed. If you rely on this, make sure you add .toString() to the expressions used for text facets in your workflows. (#1662)

See the full list of changes.

OpenRefine is funded by the Google News Initiative.

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