@daN4cat daN4cat released this Jun 13, 2018 · 321 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

Today we're delighted to announce a new release with new features and bug fixes. Please read below for more details.

Please use the file opensourcepos.20180613210031.3.2.3.f1cf3d.zip in attachment for a full installation.

Features

Version 3.2.3

  • Further revert of CSRF change causing regression
  • Code Igniter 3.1.9 upgrade

For this release we would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.2.2

For this version an upgrade is required:

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.2.3
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and wait for the automatic migration to complete (the login only takes longer the first time)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Jun 6, 2018 · 323 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

Today we're delighted to announce a new release with new features and bug fixes. Please read below for more details.

Please use the file opensourcepos.20180606204534.3.2.2.c5632a.zip in attachment for a full installation.

Features

Version 3.2.2

  • Revert CSRF change causing regression

For this release we would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.2.1

For this version an upgrade is required:

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.2.2
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and wait for the automatic migration to complete (the login only takes longer the first time)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Jun 4, 2018 · 326 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

Today we're delighted to announce a new release with new features and bug fixes. Please read below for more details.

Please use the file opensourcepos.20180604204237.3.2.1.d3c215.zip in attachment for a full installation.

Features

Version 3.2.1

  • Support for GDPR
  • CSRF simplifications
  • Translation upgrades
  • Various bug fixes

For this release we would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.2.0

For this version an upgrade is required:

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.2.1
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and wait for the automatic migration to complete (the login only takes longer the first time)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Apr 14, 2018 · 451 commits to master since this release

Assets 4

Today we're delighted to announce a new release with new features and bug fixes. Please read below for more details.

Please use the file opensourcepos.20180414135600.3.2.0.4bab3f.zip in attachment for a full installation.

Features

Version 3.2.0

  • Code Igniter 3.1.8 upgrade
  • PHP 7.2 support (use OpenSSL and not MCrypt)
  • Automatic database upgrades from vs 3.0.0 at first login (no more sql scripts)
  • Home and (back) Office menu switch (top menu can be organised in two views)
  • Expenses feature
  • Quote, Work Order features
  • Improved Invoice support
  • Sale suspend, soft delete, complete as state not as different tables or hard delete
  • Restore deleted Sales
  • Improved Items Kits
  • Export tables all records and export to pdf
  • Table sticky header (headers visible during scrolling)
  • Allow duplicate barcodes (Config option)
  • Search suggestion formatting (Config option)
  • Define print and email checkboxes behaviour (Config option)
  • Edit customer from sale register
  • Added and Updated translations
  • Various Jquery plugins upgrade
  • Fixed permission issues (e.g. password change)
  • Fixed various reports issues and renamed Sales to Transactions
  • Various bug fixes (e.g. Tax, Rounding, Library circular dependency)

For this release we would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.1.1

For this version an upgrade is required:

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.2.0
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and wait for the automatic migration to complete (the login only takes longer the first time)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Sep 9, 2017 · 1202 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Today we're delighted to announce a new minor release with few bug fixes. Please read below for more details.

Please use the file opensourcepos.20170909085348.3.1.1.76a002.zip for the full installation.

Features

Version 3.1.1

  • Updated en-US and en-GB translations, better grammar and consistency
  • Fixed database migration issue with VAT tax included
  • Fixed database backup bug
  • Fixed Gift card error
  • Fixed database upgrade to 3.1.x script (now it's to 3.1.1 and there is no 3.1.0 anymore)
  • Fixed old database upgrade scripts for people upgrading from 2.x versions
  • Fixed .htaccess file in opensourcepos root dir (it was not forwarding to public subdir)
  • Fixed few jQuery 2.0 upgrade issues

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.0.2

For this version an upgrade is required, which means that some configuration files will need to be adapted. Therefore please read the UPGRADE.TXT file first. The 3.0.2_to_3.1.1.sql migration script needs to be executed on your server. Just copy paste the contents into a phpMyAdmin SQL console or execute it from the command line.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.1.1
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and go to Migrate, execute the migration step (required for the new Tax support)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Sep 2, 2017 · 1246 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Today we're delighted to announce a new major release with various improvements. Please read below.

Features

Version 3.1.0

  • MySQL 5.7 and PHP 7.x support
  • Advanced Tax support with customer tax categories and etc,
  • Better HORECA use case support with Dinner Table sale tagging
  • Customer Rewards support
  • Added quote support and better invoice support
  • Added integration with Mailchimp to connect Customer list with Mailchimp list
  • Prevent inserting two customers with same email address
  • Customer total spending and stats
  • Added reCAPTCHA to Login page to increase protection from Brute Force attacks
  • Added due payment for credit sale support
  • Gifcard numbering with two options: Series and Random
  • Extended Item Kits functionality
  • Employee allowed to change their own password clicking their name on top bar
  • Cash rounding support, extended decimals
  • Reworked Item Pictures and file name and storing
  • Financial year start date and selection from date range pickers
  • Date time range filters can be date & time or date only
  • Added two new Bootswatch themes
  • Receipts font size support
  • Fix automatically people's name first capital letter, emails in lower case only
  • Fixes to Receiving
  • Various amendments to database script updates from older versions
  • Added dotenv support
  • Updates to language translations (split English to American English and British English)
  • Various Dockers support improvements
  • Minor bugfixes

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.0.2

For this version an upgrade is required, which means that some configuration files will need to be adapted. Therefore please read the UPGRADE.TXT file first. The 3.0.2_to_3.1.0.sql migration script needs to be executed on your server. Just copy paste the contents into a phpMyAdmin SQL console or execute it from the command line.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.1.0
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there
  • Log into OSPOS and go to Migrate, execute the migration step (required for the new Tax support)
  • Now you are good to go and use your new version of OSPOS

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Dec 31, 2016 · 1820 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

Today we're delighted to announce a new minor release with various improvements. Please read below.

Features

Version 3.0.2

  • Fixed error when performing scans multiple times in a row
  • Fixed summary reports
  • Protect Employee privacy printing just the first letter of the family name
  • Updates to language translations
  • Various Dockers support improvements
  • Minor bugfixes

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.0.1

No database change is required, so there is no migration script to run.
If you are upgrading from previous to 3.0.0 versions please read 3.0.0 database upgrade instructions.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.0.2
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Nov 27, 2016 · 1834 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

Today we're delighted to announce a new minor release with significant improvement in terms of performance and security. Please read below.

Features

Version 3.0.1

  • CodeIgniter 3.1.2 Upgrade
  • Substantial database performance improvements
  • Improved security: email and sms passwords encryption, removed phpinfo.php
  • Set code to be production and not development in index.php
  • Reports improvements, fixed table sorting, tax calculation and made profit to be net profit
  • Better Apache 2.4 support in .htaccess
  • Updates to language translations
  • Fixed excel template download links
  • Fixed employee name in Sale receipt and invoice reprinting
  • Fixed 2.3.2_to_2.3.3.sql database upgrade script mistake
  • Fixed phppos to ospos database migration script
  • Minor bugfixes and some general code clean up

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 3.0.0

Make sure you have enabled in PHP MCrypt support (see FAQ for more details).
If you have saved email or sms message passwords, please after the upgrade of the code to 3.0.1 reenter and save the passwords to make sure they are encrypted in MySQL. In any case as they are they will be of no use.
No database change is required, so there is no migration script to run.
If you are upgrading from previous to 3.0.0 versions please read 3.0.0 database upgrade instructions.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.0.0
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there

@daN4cat daN4cat released this Oct 22, 2016 · 1906 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

Today we are delighted to announce a new and significant upgrade to OSPOS, the release 3.0.0.
This release is a major overhaul of OSPOS and comes with many changes to bring it to a more appealing look and professional set of features, an effort lasted about 10 months and all for free to use.

Features

Version 3.0.0

  • CodeIgniter 3.1 Upgrade
  • Major UI overhaul based on Boostrap 3.0 and Bootswatch Themes
  • New tabular views with advanced filtering using Bootstrap Tables
  • New graphical reports with no more Adobe flash dependency
  • Redesign of all modal dialogs
  • Updated Sales register with simplified payment flow
  • Improved security: MySQL injection, XSS, CSFR, BCrypt password encryption, safer project layout
  • Support for SMS messaging (interfacing to specific support required)
  • Email configuration
  • Improved Localisation support
  • Improved Store Config page
  • Docker container ready for Cloud installation
  • Composer PHP support
  • More languages and integration with Weblate for continuous translation

Fixes

  • Many, there are about 280 closed issues under 3.0.0 release label to produce a meaningful list
  • Various code cleanup, refactoring, optimisation and etc.

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work! You know who you are.

UPGRADE from version 2.4

For this version an upgrade to CI3 was done which means that some configuration files will need to be adapted. Therefore read the Upgrade.txt file first. The 2.4_to_3.0.sql migration script needs to be executed on your server. Just copy paste the contents into a phpMyAdmin SQL console or execute it from the command line.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 3.0.0
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files
  • Move the content of old uploads dir to public/uploads
  • Make sure your webroot points to public/ directory as index.php is now contained there

@jekkos jekkos released this Oct 3, 2016 · 2866 commits to master since this release

Assets 2

Today we're delighted to announce a new major release.

Features

Version 2.4

  • CodeIgniter 3.0.5 Upgrade
  • Add extra buttons for navigation and printing to receipt and invoice
  • Improve print layout for invoices
  • Make layout consistent for items between receipt and invoice templates

Fixes

  • Allow to use custom invoice numbers when suspending sale
  • Specific warnings to distinguish between reorder level and out of stock situation in sales
  • Fix malware detection issues due to usage of base64 encoding for storing session variables
  • Improve language generation scripts (use PHP builtin functionality)
  • Fix for spurious logouts
  • Apache .htaccess mod_expiry caching and security optimizations
  • Bulk item edit fixes (category, tax and supplier fields)
  • Remove f-key shortcuts used for module navigation
  • Improved PHP 7 compatbility
  • Minor code cleanup

For this release I would like to thank all the contributors (dan4cat for CI3 upgrade) for the continuous effort to keep the project moving forward. Keep up the good work!

UPGRADE from version 2.3.4

For this version an upgrade to CI3 was done which means that some configuration files will need to be adapted. Therefore read the Upgrade.txt file first. The 2.3.4_to_2.4.sql migration script needs to be executed on your server. Just copy paste the contents into a phpMyAdmin SQL console or execute it from the command line.

WARNING: Always a good idea to do a backup previous to an upgrade. This is not an exception.

  • Backup your database.
  • Backup your ospos files (normally at web server place)
  • Backup your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files
  • Remove all your ospos files (do not remove nor modify database data!!!)
  • Extract the files for version 2.4
  • Move the files to your web server place
  • Run the database upgrade scripts
  • Copy application/config/database.php.tmpl to application/config/database.php
  • Restore the content of your ospos/application/config/database.php and ospos/application/config/config.php files in the new files (don't copy the old files as the layout and content changed with CI3)