This release of FileField fixes an access bypass issue that may allow a private file to be reused from a revision when a user did not have access to that revision. No other significant changes were made in this release and upgrading is recommended for all FileField installations.
Maintenance release of FileField for Drupal 6. This version of the module fixes several bugs, increasing FileField compatibility with newer versions of PHP and reducing PHP notices. Upgrading is recommended for all FileField users.
The 3.10 release of FileField is a minor maintenance release to fix a few issues around files that have gone missing (by manually moving or crufty data) or when using FileField Meta. It also includes a few minor features.
The 3.8 release of FileField includes several bug fixes and corrects a major problem that prevents files from being selected for uploading in the latest version of Google Chrome. If you have users that use Google Chrome, this is a highly recommended update, as Chrome users will not be able to upload files using the previous versions of FileField.
A matching 3.8 version of ImageField is also available. It is recommended to upgrade FileField and ImageField at the same time.
This release continues attempting to correct issues introduced in the 3.4 security release. This release fixes a single bug that would cause files and images to not display properly when using "Linked to node" formatters or when displaying files through Views module.
This issue continues fixing problems introduced in the 3.4 version (after the security update). This version of course also includes the security update and all previous versions.
This version mostly corrects new functionality and restores some of the APIs that were changed in 3.4. This should provide better support for contrib modules that build on FileField. There are some minor CSS and markup changes in this release that may affect sites using the "Generic file" formatter. These changes allow for better display of file names and icons in views and layouts that float content.
This release of FileField fixes an XSS security hole and fixes permission handling in several areas. On the feature side of things, FileField now includes a more flexible API for better integration with 3rd party modules like IMCE and FileField Sources. FileField Meta now stores and exposes ID3 tags (Artist, Album, etc.) through Views and Token support.
This version of FileField fixes a security issue related to setting up a new field and several bugs regarding the normal functionality of FileField. It also makes significant improvements to the FileField Meta module and Views integrations. Upgrading is recommended for all users of FileField.
Final release of FileField for Drupal 6. This version fixes several bugs since the RC1 release, and adds upload progress metering. No new database updates since RC1, but clearing caches is necessary for users upgrading for the upload progress menu callback to be registered. Several new API functions are available for easing 3rd-party integration.
This release fixes fixes a critical security problem that allowed any user that can create content with a file field to delete other files in the Drupal installation.
This version of FileField marks the complete stabilization of FileField APIs, fixes a critical bug concerning the display of FileFields within views, another critical bug regarding CCK not storing data properly, and several other smaller bugs.
This version of FileField fixes a few critical issues and several minor cleanups. We're shooting for a final release of FileField and ImageField next week, you can help by testing out the latest versions of FileField and reporting any problems to the FileField Issue Queue.
This release contains no new database updates from beta2. Though any users updating from an alpha version are strongly encouraged to make a database backup before upgrading.
This version of FileField fixes further bugs that were discovered after the release of FileField Beta1. It fixes several problems with corrupt database entries for people that used FileField between alpha2 and alpha6, so an update.php run is required after updating to this version. All users of FileField are highly encouraged to upgrade, but please make a database backup prior to ugprading.
This release of FileField adds a signficant amount of bug fixes since the previous alpha versions. It significantly improves functionality and the user interface in both FileField and ImageField. Users of the alpha versions of FileField are encouraged to upgrade with caution (make a backup of your database and files directory first). All new users should definitely use this version.