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@roflinn roflinn released this Jul 7, 2018 · 58 commits to develop since this release

Major

Full release notes are available on the VIVO wiki:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC110x/Release+Notes

Installation instructions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC110x/Installing+VIVO

Notes for upgrades from previous versions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC110x/Upgrading+VIVO

Downloads

For the binary release, please download the VIVO-1.10.0.tar.gz (or VIVO-1.10.0.zip) file.

For the full java source code, please download the Source code (tar.gz) (or Source code (zip)) file.

VIVO 1.10.x documentation

For installation, upgrade and usage instructions, please visit the VIVO documentation:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC110x/VIVO+1.10.x+Documentation

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Oct 18, 2017 · 1 commit to maint-rel-1.9 since this release

Minor

Full release notes are available on the VIVO wiki:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Release+Notes

Installation instructions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Installing+VIVO

Notes for upgrades from previous versions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Upgrading+VIVO

ORCiD API 2.0

This update make ORCiD API 2.0 available to VIVO installations. If you are using the ORCiD integration, it is recommended that you upgrade to this version, as the earlier ORCiD APIs are scheduled to be decommissioned.

There are also a couple of small performance improvements.

Downloads

For the binary release, please download the vivo-1.9.3.tar.gz (or vivo-1.9.3.zip) file.

For the full java source code, please download the vivo-full-1.9.3.tar.gz (or vivo-full-1.9.3.zip) file.

VIVO 1.9.x documentation

For installation, upgrade and usage instructions, please visit the VIVO documentation:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/VIVO+1.9.x+Documentation

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Jul 27, 2017 · 181 commits to develop since this release

Second Release Candidate that fixes issues from Release Candidate 1.

Includes new ORCiD API client, and with some changes to the runtime.properties configuration.

NOTE: Support for the ORCiD 2.0 API is not included YET. This is refactoring the client code so that the 2.0 api can be added.

Changes to the runtime.properties.

Removed properties: orcid.messageVersion, orcid.publicApiBaseUrl, orcid.authorizedApiBaseUrl, orcid.oauthAuthorizeUrl, orcid.oauthTokenUrl

New properties:

orcid.apiVersion

  • can be 1.2 or 2.0 (2.0 support coming soon!)
    orcid.api
  • can be "release" or "sandbox" (for the live api, or the sandbox, respectively).

See Release Candidate 1 description for information of other changes in the release, plus instructions.

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Jun 12, 2017 · 192 commits to develop since this release

Note: Documentation will be updated before the final release. For installation instructions, follow the documentation for 1.9.x.

This is a Release Candidate of VIVO 1.10.0. For production systems, please see the 1.9.2 release.

Draft Notes for What's New

Jena 3

This release includes the latest version of Jena (3.3.0). This is a significant upgrade from the previous 2.x library in earlier releases, and has a few API changes. This may impact custom code integrations.

When upgrading from a previous release, it is recommended that you use the included jena2tool to backup your SDB and TDB triple stores, then delete them and reload using the included jena3tool. See https://github.com/vivo-project/jenatools

jQuery, plugins, D3, Freemarker, etc.

In addition to the Jena upgrade, most other dependencies have also been brought up to date. Javascript has been tweaked to work with jQuery 1.12.x (which makes it compatible with Bootstrap), D3 is upgraded to v4, along with many other updates.

Bootstrap Theme - Tenderfoot

Based on Symplectic's bootstrap theme, this is the first iteration of a bootstrap theme for VIVO. It is currently in beta status, and as such is not the default theme - you can select it from the system administration menus. We encourage people to try it, and provide feedback, so that it can be refined and made the default for future releases.

Reorganised Freemarker/JSP layouts

Previously, structural elements (header / footer) were captured from the Freemarker templates, and injected into a JSP page layout (for some admin pages). In 1.10.0, this is reversed - the output of the few remaining JSP pages is captured, and that content is injected into the Freemarker templates. This means that the JSP based page layout is not used, and you have more freedom to structure the Freemarker templates in your themes as you wish.

Linked Data Fragments

This release includes a Linked Data Fragments / Triple Pattern Fragments server.

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Feb 1, 2017 · 268 commits to develop since this release

Minor

Full release notes are available on the VIVO wiki:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Release+Notes

Installation instructions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Installing+VIVO

Notes for upgrades from previous versions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Upgrading+VIVO

Fixes to GEMET and LCSH research areas

LCSH integration has been upgraded to work with the current web service, and GEMET has been migrated to the SSL interface.

Thanks to Huda Khan for her work on this.

Fixes for ORCID integration and creating new items

Dependencies have been updated to address an ORCID integration issue, and a minor problem affecting the creation of new items has been addressed.

Downloads

For the binary release, please download the vivo-1.9.2.tar.gz (or vivo-1.9.2.zip) file.

For the full java source code, please download the vivo-full-1.9.2.tar.gz (or vivo-full-1.9.2.zip) file.

VIVO 1.9.x documentation

For installation, upgrade and usage instructions, please visit the VIVO documentation:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/VIVO+1.9.x+Documentation

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Oct 7, 2016 · 268 commits to develop since this release

Minor

Full release notes are available on the VIVO wiki:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Release+Notes

Installation instructions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Installing+VIVO

Notes for upgrades from previous versions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Upgrading+VIVO

Google indexing improvements

Continuing the SEO improvements from 1.9.0, this release addresses some small issues with the way schema.org metadata was marked up, improving indexing in Google.

Capability map tweaks

Improvements have been made to the caching services that should result in a more responsive experience when using the capability map

Maven improvements

The Maven project settings have been changed to correctly use UTF-8 character set for source, and to ensure that Java 1.7 is set as a target.

With these changes, building on Windows should be more reliable.

Downloads

For the binary release, please download the vivo-1.9.1.tar.gz (or vivo-1.9.1.zip) file.

For the full java source code, please download the vivo-full-1.9.1.tar.gz (or vivo-full-1.9.1.zip) file.

VIVO 1.9.x documentation

For installation, upgrade and usage instructions, please visit the VIVO documentation:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/VIVO+1.9.x+Documentation

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Aug 8, 2016 · 27 commits to maint-rel-1.9 since this release

New capability map, SEO, performance and OpenJDK improvements, and Maven project structure

Full release notes are available on the VIVO wiki:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Release+Notes

Installation instructions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Installing+VIVO

Notes for upgrades from previous versions are here:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Upgrading+VIVO

Capability map

Initially developed by University of Melbourne, and adapted from modifications by University of Colorado, Boulder, the capability map is a new addition to VIVO, allowing you to visualise the relationship between people and their research areas.

This version has been modified to work via caches directly from the triple store, so every VIVO instance can use it without installing additional software.

Maven project structure

Converting from a custom Ant script to a standard Maven project layout allows the majority of existing Java developers to get started with VIVO more easily.

Additionally, the size of the standard distribution is greatly reduced, with pre-built artefacts being retrieved from central servers at installation time. For developers that require access to the whole of the source code, they should download the "full" distributions.

For additional information about the enhancements and bug fixes in v1.9.0, please read the full release notes on the VIVO wiki.

Downloads

For the binary release, please download the vivo-1.9.0.tar.gz (or vivo-1.9.0.zip) file.

For the full java source code, please download the vivo-full-1.9.0.tar.gz (or vivo-full-1.9.0.zip) file.

VIVO 1.9.0 documentation

For installation, upgrade and usage instructions, please visit the VIVO documentation:
https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/VIVO+1.9.x+Documentation

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Jul 7, 2016 · 281 commits to develop since this release

First release candidate for VIVO 1.9.0

Note that this release uses Maven - http://maven.apache.org/

See release notes: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/VIVODOC19x/Release+Notes

To install, copy / update the example-settings.xml, and run:

mvn install -s example-settings.xml

vivo-1.9.0-rc1.tar.gz is just the installer, resolving all dependencies from Maven central.

It is recommended that you use the installer release

vivo-full-1.9.0-rc1.tar.gz contains the full source code, including Vitro.
Note that the mvn command should be run from the VIVO folder, and the example-settings.xml is in the installer folder, inside VIVO.

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@grahamtriggs grahamtriggs released this Jun 20, 2016 · 308 commits to develop since this release

First beta release of VIVO 1.9.

Packaged with Vitro.

To compile, go to the VIVO directory and run Maven:

cd VIVO
mvn package

To install, run install and supply the default settings:

cd VIVO
mvn install -s installer/default-settings.xml

You can copy the default-settings.xml file, and supply your own settings.

To view the issues in this release, go to:

https://jira.duraspace.org/projects/VIVO/versions/12947

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