This version of views fixes some upcoming bugs which were caused by the latest update to 6.x-2.14.
Most important to mention is the replacement-patterns bug, which caused problems if you used flag for example.
IMPORTANT: 2.15 is 2.13 just with a fix for replacement-patterns. This might have affected you if you use flag, for example. So no new features since 2.11 is in this version. If you want new features or currently use 2.14, please use 6.x-2.16
This release is the same as 6.x-2.12 beside one security change.
Note that this means that this is also 6.x-2.11 so no changes regarding bugs/features since 2.11 are in this release. See SA-CONTRIB-2011-052 .
This release of Views includes many improvements over beta3. Please note that you must update to the latest release of CTools. Also note that Drupal 7.2 contains a bug that will cause update.php to break your system. Please update to the latest Drupal 7.x-dev before running update.php.
Lightning fast update from beta1, as I screwed up one of my last commits and it didn't make it out.
THIS STILL APPLIES: If you're having trouble with Views' menu items appears or views acting really really off, clear cache twice and force a menu rebuild. drush cc all if using drush, or the cache clear button on the performance page if not.
The long awaited beta release of Views for 7.x is here.
The list of features, updates and changes is entirely too numerous to enumerate here.
This release includes the new UI.
This release requires CTools 7.x-1.0-alpha4.
This release will probably require you to force a menu rebuild at least once and sometimes twice.
The upgrade path is rocky for CCK fields to field API but seems to be pretty solid for most core fields.
Please note that Views for Drupal 7 now requires CTools!
There is NO upgrade path yet. There is a patch but it is very unstable.
The search filter is completely broken and will not work.
Sometimes AJAX does not bind to the preview and it opens in a new page.
Probably lots of other little things.
Views 3.0-alpha2 is a mid-way release of Views 3 to enable power users to start testing out the changes we've made, allow module developers to consider the API, and generally show off some of the awesome that is coming in Views 3. We're well past the halfway point in actual features we want to add, so hopefully alpha3 will be a little less with major changes.
This release represents months of work by me, Daniel Wehner (dereine) and Mariano D'Agostino (dagmar). dereine and dagmar have ensured that for the first time, a Views release is not a one man show, but the combined efforts of a team working to make this a better package. These two community contributors cannot be thanked enough!
Major new features
Allowing GROUP BY in queries. This allows some amount of calculation to be done, but it does not cover the full list of what views_calc can do, particularly running totals.
Allowing an OR in the filter UI.
New exposed features: Reset button, sorts, items per page, pager offset.
Displays can be re-ordered in the UI.
The UI has been re-organized somewhat. This is both an improvement and a step backward. We are going to re-evaluate much of the UI as part of alpha3.