The last remaining critical/normal bug is a default value issue.... I think.. I could be totally wrong, but it's 5:30 am and I expect my issue queue will explode tomorrow. as always download at your own risk, but if this one is good we'll move into beta and start cleaning up minor issues.
This release introduces more cleanups and ajax uploads for filefield. There are still a few blocker to moving up to beta. The current beta blockers are the upgrade path, and deleting removes files on node save.
This is the first function alpha release of FileField for Drupal 6. This release does not have AJAX. It implements the basic form workflow. We need to test the upgrade path more than anything. If you have a DB to test updating please do. If it fails we would love to have before and after dumps of you content_node_field and content_node_field_instance tables as well as the relevant field tables...
Bug fix plus bonus feature release - I wanted to put this out in the best known state before dopry had a go at slacking down the module again, removing or reworking the hooks, etc.
So this is "my" last filefield release for the time being, before I go off to other undertakings (trip abroad, diploma thesis, etc.). It's unclear whether I'll get back to filefield maintenance, or if so, when. So you'd better like what dopry makes of it :P
Much like beta1 from the user point of view, but with major new coolness in terms of extensibility, admin configurability and code quality.
So, what's new in beta2 (compared to beta1):
- Passes all current code style guidelines of the Coder module, and doesn't spit out dozens of PHP E_NOTICE errors (in case you had those enabled, which is unlikely if you don't run unreleased Drupal versions from CVS).
- Make the contents of the edit widgets hide behind a moving table header, like they should.
- Plus all the nice stuff from comment #39 in the porting issue. Including correct node deletion and revision handling, and the above-mentioned extensibility which also enables upload restrictions by specifying which file widgets are allowed, and configurable ImageCache support that I will release in a beta version at filefield_image just after releasing this one.
Very similar to alpha3, only with a bit more polish (style fixes from Coder, E_NOTICE fixes, CSS fixes, potential minor bug fixes) and the return of hook_filefield(), in a different form though. The main feature of this release is therefore feature parity with the Drupal 5 version (disregarding the one or other minor exception), which was my precondition to go from alpha to beta.
Bug fixes galore! This release is still *alpha* and therefore totally unsupported. Apart from that minor drawback though, it now works like a breeze, with all known bugs fixed (in FileField itself, at least). So the reason that this is still alpha is that hook_filefield() is not yet ported to the Drupal 6 version... but that shouldn't hurt a lot if you're not a developer.
Pretty much the same as 6.x-1.0-alpha1, so go and take a look at that the release info text of that one before reading on. Note that this is still *alpha*, and thus can change anytime in any ways (be prepared to clear your caches), and can also break your system, eat your children and seduce your fiancees.
alpha1 had the not so nice feature of denying uploads for every user that is not user 1, which is the main reason that I'm doing an alpha2 so quickly. The other reason is that we're pretty much on par with FileField 5.x-2.x, at least concerning features (but disregarding bugs). hook_filefield() is still missing, but everything else exists with similar or better functionality. (Apart from the reminder message "Changes are not permanent until you save this post" - need to consider if we still need this at all.)
Improvements compared to alpha1, shamelessly stolen from the porting issue:
- Major new feature: Let users upload even if they are not user 1! (That is, I fixed the permission name in hook_menu().)
- Edit widgets (the thing with the icon and the description textfield, but not "List" and "Delete") are now always encapsulated form elements. That's a change for developers only, of course.
Heya there, this is the first released version of FileField for Drupal 6. Mind the "alpha" label, meaning it might break anytime. This release is a preview, mainly for people who have a pressing need for a 6.x version but can live with a few (a lot?) bugs.
Incompatible with current imagefield HEAD, as it uses the same PHP functions (field_file.inc) unconditionally. If you try to activate both of those modules, prepare to meet your worst nightmare in form of fierce PHP errors.
The Drupal 6 port is not finished yet, and bugs can be expected both in FileField itself as well as in CCK. In particular, you are well-advised if you keep far away from CCK's "Unlimited" (amount of values) option, as in CCK 6.x-2.0-beta it is broken beyond belief. I'm working on that, just don't use it for now.
I hate pushing out two releases within half an hour, but the permission check should have gone into theme_filefield() instead of the CCK formatter. Releasing this so that people don't do ugly workarounds when they just want theme('filefield', ...) to work correctly.