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From:Bryan Alsdorf Date:December 30 2005 6:04am
Subject:Eventum 1.7.0 Released
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Hi,

Eventum is a user-friendly and flexible issue tracking system that can
be used by a support department to track incoming technical support
requests, or by a software development team to quickly organize tasks
and bugs. Eventum is used by the MySQL AB Technical Support team, and
has allowed us to dramatically improve our response times.

I'm proud to announce that Eventum 1.7.0 is now available for download
in source form from our download pages at
http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/other/eventum/ and mirror sites.

Note that not all mirror sites may be up to date at this point in time -
if you can't find this version on some mirror, please try again later or
choose another download site.

Please refer to the UPGRADE file for instructions on how to upgrade your
existing Eventum installation. Read the INSTALL file for instructions on
installing Eventum for the first time.

* List of changes in this release:

- Added feature to support custom fields with dynamic option lists (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with highlight quoted replies plugin with handling line 
seperators (Bryan, Elan Ruusamäe)
- Fixed bug with displaying values from multiple option custom fields 
(Bug #12494) (Bryan)
- Added feature to allow custom fields to store date values (Bryan)
- Added URL parameter to specify the project to switch to when loading a 
page (Bryan)
- Added constants to allow default user preferences to be configured (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with error checking on anonymous report form (Bryan)
- Changed Authorization code to redirect using 'Location' header for all 
servers except IIS (Bug #13051) (Bryan)
- Changed FAQ screen to use created date when last updated date is empty 
(Bryan)
- Changed associate note feature to not change subject when associating 
with an issue (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with updating priorities (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with parsing multiple or invalid email addresses (Bryan)
- Fixed the SCM checkin code to properly update the last action date 
field for an issue (João)
- Fixed a problem with the IRC bot that would prevent it from working 
under PHP5 (João)
- Fixed a bug in which inactive users would still show up when sending 
emails and choosing Cc: recipients (João)
- Added a workaround to a Windows-only Time zone related bug that would 
trigger a crash in Apache in certain circumstances (João)
- Fixed bug with expandable tables on recent activity report (Bryan)
- Fixed bug on custom fields report that prevent custom fields with 
backends from being displayed (Bryan)
- Updated Eventum to be compatible with MySQL 5.0 (Bryan)
- Added feature to add attachments from notes as internal only files (João)
- Added Subject based routing (Bryan; special thanks to Tibor Gellert)
- Added feature to allow recipient flags on all notes/emails sent from 
Eventum even if routing is disabled (Eliot Blennerhassett, Bryan)
- Added feature to handle email messages that don't have a Message-ID 
header set (Bryan)
- Added new 'Stalled Issues' report (Bryan)
- Updated the fulltext search routine to properly use UNIONs and allow 
MySQL to use the proper indexes when searching (João)
- Fixed bug on the RSS feed script to avoid an error condition when no 
issues could be found for a particular saved search (João)
- Fixed bug that reset Administrator's permission level (Bryan)
- Changed list.php to use relative instead of absolute URL (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with custom fields not showing up on new issue email from 
anonymous report form (Bryan)
- Added new workflow method to notify additional email addresses when a 
new issue is created (Bryan)
- Fixed bug with updating custom fields for projects with single quotes 
in their name (Bryan)
- Added code to prevent caching of csv export page (Bryan)
- Added priority and category to bulk update (Bryan)

If you find any problems while using this software or have any questions
please let us know using our mailing list, eventum-users@stripped

Regards,
-- 
Bryan Alsdorf, Software Engineer
MySQL AB, www.mysql.com

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