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Cuyahoga 1.5.0 released!


About a year ago we started thinking about the Cuyahoga 2.0 version. All great ideas: we'd have a new admin UI, the concept of content abstraction was introduced and many many more things. For different reasons development went not so quickly as expected, but there still was progress. One of the first things that were done was rebuilding the underlying architecture by using the Castle IoC container to make Cuyahoga much more extendable en flexible.
In the meantime when development crawled forward, people already started using the development version, mainly because it was targeting .NET 2.0. To support these people, we decided to create an intermediate release that includes the new foundation, new modules and lots of minor improvements and bug fixes.
Unfortunately there still isn't a new administration UI, but it is scheduled for the next major release.

- new foundation;
- new Flash module (contributed by Gabe Varela, Xylem Interactive);
- new Forum module (contributed by Patrick Gahan, originally created by Steen Rabol;
- new Sitemap module;
- XHTML compliant output;
- improved Articles module with paging and archive;
- improved performance.

You can download the new release from the Sourceforge site:

Existing users: check the upgrade instructions! Also, the installation instructions can be found here for the binary version and here for the source version.

Thanks to everyone who helped by submitting bugs and contributing patches, ideas, etc.!

2/11/2007 5:07:00 PM Published by Martijn Boland Category Cuyahoga Comments 5

  • Congratulations! You all have done a great work.

    by El Gringo - 2/12/2007 1:20:10 AM
  • Great, I just downloaded the source last weekend. Good luck with developing version 2.0.

    by Shortie - 2/12/2007 12:15:38 PM
  • I'm waiting version 2.0 from a year. :(

    by Mohamed Rashed - 2/20/2007 1:15:40 PM
  • Thank you for taking the time to write this blog post. Much appreciated, very valuable information.

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