…ory with the same URI as a deleted category.
…dia IDs broken into two-character strings. Version directories now have "v." prepended to them to disambiguate them from ID directory parts. So, for example, if you had a media document "foo.txt" with the ID 1024 with versions 0-3, where previously you had: /1024/0/foo.txt /1024/1/foo.txt /1024/2/foo.txt /1024/3/foo.txt Now you have: /10/24/v.0/foo.txt /10/24/v.1/foo.txt /10/24/v.2/foo.txt /10/24/v.3/foo.txt And if you had a media document "bar.txt" with the ID 10242, you will now have: /10/24/2/v.0/bar.txt /10/24/2/v.1/bar.txt /10/24/2/v.2/bar.txt So now the largest number of subdirectories possible in any directory is the number of versions of a media document plus 100 (0-99). Let us hope that no one ever creates 30,998 versions of a single media document--at least not before they upgrade their file system!
…pired documents, now.
…n the UI.
… to be skipped.
See bug 1022.