sfPropelActAsCommentableBehaviorPlugin - 0.4.0

Propel commentable behavior

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Changelog for release 0.4.0 - 10/12/2007

  • compatibility with escaping=both mode
  • Added unique DOM id for each comment, in the form sf_comment_$id (Nicolas Perriault)
  • use a session token instead of passing the object id and model in the request (Nicolas Perriault)
  • bugfixes, based on a patch from Michael Nolan (closes #2595):
  • fix anonymous posting (use the token)
  • pre and post addition hooks

Other releases

Release 1.2.0 - 16/01/2009

  • created a Symfony 1.2 version of the plugin. No more evolutions (apart from bugfixes) will be done for previous versions of Symfony.
  • removed support of ajax, since Symfony 1.2 is js framework agnostic
  • upgraded to HTMLPurifier 3.2.0

Release 0.5.0 - 11/08/2008

  • fixed XSS bug (closes #3745)
  • switched documentation to the markdown syntax
  • added a "website" field
  • fixed "duplication of DOM id sf_comment_list" bug (closes #3258)
  • allowed formatting in comments (closes #2900):
  • introduced a sfPropelActAsCommentableStripper class
  • use of HTMLPurifier
  • fixed "title not saved" bug (closes #3086)

Release 0.4.0 - 10/12/2007

  • compatibility with escaping=both mode
  • Added unique DOM id for each comment, in the form sf_comment_$id (Nicolas Perriault)
  • use a session token instead of passing the object id and model in the request (Nicolas Perriault)
  • bugfixes, based on a patch from Michael Nolan (closes #2595):
  • fix anonymous posting (use the token)
  • pre and post addition hooks

Release 0.3.0 - 08/10/2007

  • added namespaces support
  • fixed bad index names (thanks to francois)
  • made getComments() more flexible (closes #2312, thanks to FrankStelzer)

Release 0.2.0 - 26/09/2007

  • added a Symfony module for posting and displaying comments
  • ajax support
  • authenticated users support
  • form customization
  • added an administration module

Release 0.1.0 - 13/09/2007

Initial public release. Features comments attachment to heterogene Propel objects.