HashOver 1.0.1, the release that should not have happened!

Author: Jacob Barkdull on Tuesday, October 13 2015 Comments

This is a bug fix release. It includes fixes for problems many people have encountered and contacted me about since version 1.0's release, primarily PHP Strict Standards messages causing JavaScript syntax errors. There aren't any new features, as not even version 2.0 is focused on new features.

This release should not have had to happen. The initial plan was to "[skip] 1.x releases all together", as I foresaw version 2.0 being released before any major problems could surface, and before too many people were using it. While technically this is a 1.0.x release, the fact is that 2.0 is still a ways away from being where I want it to be for release. So, I am now accepting code for more 1.0.x releases.

New in this release
Fixed PHP Strict Standards errors causing JavaScript syntax errors.
Fixed PHP warnings causing JavaScript syntax errors.
Fixed Non well formed numeric value error in RSS.
Fixed Issues caused by web browsers caching the JavaScript.
Fixed Nicknames being converted to different case (ucwords).
Fixed Display page title setting having no effect.
Changed Other small changes.
Changed Now using application/javascript instead of text/javascript, this helps ensure more servers will correctly compress HashOver's JavaScript output when compression is enabled on the server.

Download HashOver 1.0.1

Getting involved and helping out For non-developers and users the simplest way to get involved and help out is by using HashOver on your website and reporting any problems you encounter. You may suggest new features or point out missing features and functionality. You may also help write HashOver's documentation and make tutorials to help other people use HashOver. Of course, Flattring this page is also appreciated.

For developers the simplest way to get involved and help out is by cloning the hashover-next branch on GitHub and addressing issues in the areas mentioned there.
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