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  1. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to release our next major stable release 0.9.31 including a completely rewritten database-backend based on PDO, a new admin/customer dashboard and some long-awaited features such as: new template variables for the customer-welcome email and logical operators for the search-field when searching for numeric values. With this release the old PHP-MySQL extension was replaced with PDO-MySQL. Due to this move all queries have been touched and converted to prepared statements, preventing SQL-injections in the future. Please be sure that you have the php-pd
  2. Dear Froxlor Community, today we are releasing the second release candidate for the upcoming version 0.9.31. Besides minor bugfixing we decided to add some long-awaited features such as: new template variables for the customer-welcome email and logical operators for the search-field when searching for numeric values. The reports and the feedback for this release candidate will decide whether a third release candidate is needed so please test and report any issues. Changes in 0.9.31-rc2: + #432: added new template-variables for the 'customer welcome email' template: SERVER_HOSTNAME, SERVE
  3. Dear Froxlor Community, we are proud to announce the release of our next major release candidate 0.9.31-rc1. With this release the old PHP-MySQL extension was replaced with PDO-MySQL. Due to this move all queries have been touched and converted to prepared statements, preventing SQL-injections in the future. This also means, that there may be SQL errors we didn't catch. In addition to that we have implemented an (optional) error-reporting which will email us any occuring SQL errors. You will see a preview of what exactly is being sent before anything leaves your system - no E.T.-phone-hom
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