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1.3.1-beta (released 2012-11-15)
- Fixes related to linux SDK installer
1.3.0-beta (released 2012-11-12)
- Updated to support the following platforms:
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Windows 8
- Mac OSX Lion
- Mac OSX Mountain Lion
- Ubuntu 12.04
- Rebranded throughout.
- Updated JQuery libs.
- Updated Growl SDK integration for notifications in OSX.
- New proxy implementation to work with transparent and authentication
- Code base reorganized and cleaned up for future development.
- c++ namespace changes
- Kroll bridge project is not longer separately maintained. Code is now fully
integrated into TideSDK.
- libkroll is now libtide.
- Fixes to Drillbit tests.
- Bug fixes.
- Updated documentation at
Breaking Changes
- Installers will install to the following locations:
- Windows 8: C:\ProgramData\TideSDK
- Windows 7: C:\ProgramData\TideSDK
- Windows Vista: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\TideSDK
- Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\TideSDK
- OSX (Lion and Mountain Lion): ~/Library/Application\ Support/TideSDK
- Ubuntu Linux: .tidesdk
- Global JavaScript namespace is now Ti (changed from Titanium)
- Previous Titanium.Include() method has been removed.
- Modules in manifext.txt are no longer prefaced with ti.
ie. ti.Codec is now codec
- removed that was deprecated in 1.2.0-RC4.
Use native methods for determining an Internet connection instead. For example:
if(navigator.onLine) {
// your code
- Script evaluators and PHP, Python and Ruby language support has reverted to
the previous 1.1.0 approach as illustrated in the following examples:
PHP embedding and inclusion:
<script type="text/php">
// php code
<script type="text/php" src="file.php"/>
<script type="text/php">
Python embedding and inclusion:
<script type="text/python">
// python code
<script type="text/python" src=""/>
<script type="text/python">
import file
Ruby embedding and inclusion:
<script type="text/ruby">
// ruby code
<script type="text/ruby" src="file.rb"/>
<script type="text/ruby">
require 'another_file.rb'
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