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2.1.6 --> 2.1.7 upgrade

 
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Hy all,

I was wondering if there is a list of fixes and new features for version 2.1.7 ?
And is there any idea when 2.18 will be comming out ?

Thanks in andvance,

Jim
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There are a lot of fixes for 2.1.8, that's for sure.

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thanks for your reply,

Do you have any idea when 2.1.8 will be released ?
Or has it already been released?

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within 1 or 2 weeks the test period may be finished... as it was answered in a previous post.
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hahaha.. indeed.

The tests are all finished, and JForum 2.1.8 is strong enough. Even the documentation is improved.

The next step is to just sit down and release it.

Rafael
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