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Lots of bug fixes and tweaks, including:
- Removing unused and broken PHP Copy/Paste Detector Plugin
- Email plugin localisation
- Cron job debug mode
- Improved Russian translations
- Webhook controller fix when sent an invalid project ID
- Adding Chinese language support
- Improved Polish translations
- Fixes for SVN webhook handling
- Update for Deployer plugin
- Switching source for PHP CS Fixer plugin
- Fix proc_open deadlock
- Handle Github private pull requests properly
- Enable support for PHP short tags in lint plugin
This is a bugfix release, which fixes the following major issues with PHPCI v1.7:
- Cannot create project on new installation due to missing default value on the "archived" database field.
- Exception when creating new build when beanstalkd is misconfigured.
- PHPCI installer will now ask if you want to use beanstalkd to manage your build queue. If the user says no, installer will no longer ask for beanstalkd server information.
This is a big release! Here are just a few of the new things:
- Added support for beanstalkd queues using the new
- Upgraded to Admin LTE
- Redesigned the build view
- Added a consolidated way of storing and viewing build errors
- You can now put projects into named groups (i.e. Client Sites, etc)
Lots more goodies to enjoy, and plenty of bug fixes too.
PHPCI can now comment directly on your Github commits and pull requests. We've also added a technical debt plugin, as well as new UI plugins for Codeception and Behat.
We're pleased to announce the release of PHPCI version 1.5! In this release, we've made the leap from supporting one, to ten separate languages, added support for disabling authentication (single user mode), and more.