…1 has been released.
…ven if you configure PostgreSQL with --enable-multibyte=UNICODE. So we'll do it explicitly. Also updated README.MacOSX with the latest information, including new instructions for installing readline.
select fields is set to its label, rather than a value, it'll stay that way. This was first noticed with the "Expire Date" in stories. Thanks to Philip Fibiger for the spot.
…s long as they were both checked out by that user. Thanks to Shannon Brown for the spot! Also updated the credits.
…when "Add More" is clicked and only one field currently exists. This had affected Keywords entry in stories. Thanks to Sam for the spot.
…assets that have an element object associated with them. And for media, only if a file name is associated.
…when some part of the URI is changed in the UI. Thanks to Sean Greathouse for the spot.
…disallows mod_perl as a DSO.
…s should now always have an appropriate value. I'm not sure how they can get out of order, but when they do, it can lead to problems. This should correct it. If I find a way to duplicate the problem -- to make a story with the subelement ordering all screwed up, I'll fix that, too!
…ssary with the change a while back to pipe STDERR through a perl script.
…compiled into Apache statically, rather than as a DSO. I've also updated the Bric::Admin to document that mod_perl must be static.
Reverting a media asset now properly reverts the media file itself, as well. The "Last" field is now properly highlighted as the default order field when displaying a list of contributors in the Contributor Manager. Contributor Association now includes search options and only currently-associated contributors are displayed before searching.
…. I'm not sure why I changed it in the first place (Revision 188.8.131.52), but it broke the ability to select different fields to sort on. This fixes it.
…g media and story assets to relate to a story now checks the permissions of the assets found and only displays the assets for which the user has at least READ permission.
…oad, configure, and compile OpenSSL.
…for their categories unless they were in workflow. This was wrong -- they should always return their category group IDs, as someone may have permissions based on categories and need to search for assets not in workflow.
…f the scripts in bin/ to which it was relevant. It provides more information when there's an error loading Bricolage libraries, and is a little smarter about adding a path to them to @INC. Also updated the credits.
media object would cause an SQL error.