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Seagull 0.6.1 Released

Posted on 24 December 2006 by Demian Turner

Version 0.6.1 of the Seagull framework was released last week, download it here.  There’s been a gap of 4 months since the last release due to the main devs being busy with contracts, nevertheless quite a few important fixes and improvements have been added to the project.

Our bounty program is now in full swing and certainly had something to do with some longstanding bugs finally being squashed.  Many thanks to

I also wanted to thank Dmitri Lakachauskis who did most of the hard work in this release, he’s pretty much single-handedly responsible for solving the large number of bugs associated with the Translation2 integration, fixing a number of CGI-related bugs and implementing the long-awaited DB prefix support – hats off to Dmitri!

Read the extended entry for details of major changes/improvements.

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