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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Drupal 7 Alpha 4 version: Final version is on the way

21 days already been passed the latest version of the most popular Content Management Software has released. It is called Drupal 7 Alpha 4 version and the third Drupal 7 alpha version was released just over a month near 2 months ago. It is not clear when the final version of the CMS will be released. In the previous version, the team worked on those areas below;

  • This release includes many critical bug fixes and other improvements, including:

  • Color module now usable by themes other than Garland.

  • Usability improvements including re-weightable roles and saner Forum module defaults.

  • A variety of optimizations made to data import-related functions to make migrations faster.

  • Lots of previously missing documentation for hooks has now been documented. Hooray!

  • Increased test coverage, particularly core Tokens.

  • Lots of smaller bug fixes, security patches, and improvements.

Yesterday, I downloaded the latest alpha version and installed in my local host. I found some changed inside the admin panel which pleased with me most. All are expecting a revolutionary changed will be brought in that final version.

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