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Smarty 3.1.20 Released

 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:26 pm    Post subject: Smarty 3.1.20 Released Reply with quote

Smarty 3.1.20 minor bug fixes and improvements. One security bug where <script language="php"> tags still worked in secure mode. To note, this only affects users using Smarty in secure mode and exposing templates to untrusted third parties.

change log:

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08.10.2014
- bugfix security mode of "<script language=php>" must be controlled by $php_handling property (Thue Kristensen)

01.10.2014
- bugfix template resource of inheritance blocks could get invalid if the default resource type is not 'file'(Issue 202)
- bugfix existing child {block} tag must override parent {block} tag append / prepend setting (topic 25259)

02.08.2014
- bugfix modifier wordwrap did output break string wrong if first word was exceeding length with cut = true (topic 25193)

24.07.2014
- bugfix cache clear when cache folder does not exist

16.07.2014
- enhancement remove BOM automatically from template source (topic 25161)

04.07.2014
- bugfix the bufix of 02.06.2014 broke correct handling of child templates with same name but different template folders in extends resource (issue 194 and topic 25099)


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