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DEV3: DEV3 version 1.0.2 available (2 comments)

Added by David Bruehlmeier almost 11 years ago

Hi all,

I have found and fixed the bug which prevented the TYPO3 4.x part of DEV3 being installed. Everything should now install just fine on all platforms.

The new version 1.0.2 can be downloaded as usual from the update site:

http://www.dev3.org/update/

Please note that I will be travelling the world as of the end of next week until the end of 2008. This means that you are welcome to open issues on Forge, but I will be unable to take care of them until beginning of 2009. I promise to continue working on the FLOW3 part of DEV3, but only after my break! :-)

In other words: Please test now and report any findings as soon as possible.

Any feedback is welcome.

Regards,
Dave

commerce: Move to Forge (3 comments)

Added by Ingo Schmitt almost 11 years ago

Thanks to the TYPO3 core team, all typo3xdev extensions where moved to forge.typo3.org. This gives the extension teams more features for developing and sharing their extensions. The new platform comes with a own bugtracker and a own wiki.

TYPO3 Commerce now uses this platform for the future development, all new issues should be entered in the bugtracker at forge, the SVN was already translated an new commits where made to the new SVN.

Feel free to join the TYPO3 Commerce development team here!

Magento: Progress report (4 comments)

Added by Georg Ringer almost 11 years ago

Hi everyone,

I would like to tell you about the last days and what we did. Yeah there is already a "we".

Team

There is already a small team coming up consisting of: * Steffen Kamper * Michiel Roos * Murat Gercekcioglu * and myself

New Key

Thanks to Sebastian who changed the name of the project at forge to "magento". The project got now this url: http://forge.typo3.org/projects/show/extension-magento

High Activity

As you can see at forge (http://forge.typo3.org/projects/activity/extension-magento) that the last days haven been quite productive. So these things are already working:
- Every extension now in the one and only called magento.
- Product list, including a single view page
- Single product
- Product search with the possibility to choose the search field

Everything of course template based, configurable with TS and so on

Further development

The development will go on and hopefully the Demo page is available soon!

Participate

If you want to participate, contact Steffen or me.

This project will always be listed at forge, so there will never be any closed code which is only available after paying € xxx.

Have a nice weekend
Georg

Digital Asset Management (DAM): Call for sponsoring DAM IMG tag (7 comments)

Added by Ben van 't Ende almost 11 years ago

These pages are getting really active with SVN etc when DAM 1.1 is a fact. In the meantime I would like to give you some updates until DAM 1.1 is really a fact. Stanislas has done some core changes recently to get the RTE and DAM working nicely together for TYPO3 4.2.x with all the features. As a matter of fact his changes, also including core, will only be effective with TYPO3 4.2.2. It is expected that will be released end of this year. Stanislas completely restructured the DAM-RTE interface for both link and image insertion/modification and also added an attribute on the img tag inserted when using DAM, so that it should be possible (but not currently implemented) to update reference indexes on the way to the database and get the latest image file and metadata at the time of frontend rendering.

This is not implemented yet and will take Stanislas 10 hours to do. We need a sponsor for that. Who?

I might add that Netcreators has sponsored this restructuring. The dutch town of Wijk bij Duurstede has sponsored folders to categories implemented by David Steeb and AOE media sponsors Benni Mack for getting mass upload into TYPO3/DAM. You can see a deep involvement here from several parties into one of the most important extensions to get TYPO3 to an Enterprise level.

QUOTE Stanislas
_Changes were made both to DAM and to TYPO3 core. To see and test the result, you need to use DAM from SVN trunk. You also need to use either up-to-date SVN TYPO3core branch TYPO3_4-2 (currently 4.2.2-dev), or SVN TYPO3core trunk (currently 4.3.0-dev). After installing either of these branches of TYPO3core, you should clear the TYPO3 configuration cache and the browser cache. You should also delete all files in directory typo3temp/rtehtmlarea or install and use extension Clear RTE Cache (key: clear_rte_cache) to do the same. In both cases, the 4 image margins should be available in the image modification dialogue, unless they are removed by Page TSConfig settings. The EM htmlArea RTE checkbox for "Enable DAM media browser" should be unchecked, and the EM DAM checkbox for "htmlARea RTE integration" should be checked. If you do not see these checkboxes in the Extension Manager, either the configuration cache was not cleared or you have a wrong version of TYPO3 or DAM.

If you use DAM from TER, then there is simply no change at all, and it should work correctly with TYPO3 4.2.x when checking the EM htmlArea RTE checkbox for "Enable DAM media browser"._
END QUOTE Stanislas

Syntaxhighlight: sk_codebox moves to syntaxhighlight (7 comments)

Added by Steffen Kamper almost 11 years ago

The project codebox comes to a new stage!
The extensionkey moves to syntaxhighlight.

I'm glad that the team expanded, with Michiel Roos as co-leader and Julian Kleinhans as member.
Our goal is a very good and flexible syntaxhighlight-extension with some features
  • all extension from us will influence
  • code from plugin, RTE or user extension can make usage of extension
  • small architecture with less overload
  • collaborate with extension geshilib including typoscript-file, which will be updated soon
  • Ajax interface (also used by RTE)

If you are interested look at Codebox-project here on forge

F3PR: Kickoff of the F3PR project (4 comments)

Added by Robert Lemke almost 11 years ago

Last monday, the F3PR (speak ffthreeprr ;-)) team met in Lübeck to kickoff the development of the next generation package repository for FLOW3 based packages.

This project is the first one in the TYPO3 sphere which uses methods like SCRUM and User Stories. We are currently preparing the project on Forge in a way that helps us most by following these techniques. Some useful information can already be found in the project's Wiki

Donations: Important fixes to Donations extension (1 comment)

Added by Francois Suter almost 11 years ago

This new version of the Donations extensions fixes the following bugs:

  • the minimum and maximum amounts of donations were not handled correctly
  • when either of the emails (to admin and to donor) were disable, none was sent

Those two issues were fixed by Benni Mack, who also did a lot of clean up in the code.

Additionally the security of the extension was improved by removing all HTML elements from user input and by checking the confirmation mail against email injection.

Last but not least some issues with the handling of markers in the templates in TYPO3 4.2 were solved.

(541-550/555)

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