Drupal 4.3.2 release, happy birthday Drupal
Exactly 3 years ago on January 1th 2001, Drupal 1.0.0 was released. To celebrate both this event and the start of a new year, the Drupal project is pleased to release version 4.3.2 of its open source content management platform. This release is made available exactly one month after the 4.3.1 release and two months after the 4.3.0 release. As no critical bugs have been identified, this is a minor bugfix and maintenance release. There are no new features in this installment.
- Fixed the news aggregator's encoding detection.
- Fixed links being shown for forum containers.
- Fixed "Who is online" block not respecting the "user list length" setting.
- Fixed bug 4457: make sure to cut off the teaser after the
&lt;/p&gt;tag, not before the
- Fixed bug 4416: don't e-mail new passwords to blocked users.
- Fixed bug 4667: reset users to "authenticated users" when their role is deleted.
- Fixed bug 4652: don't lose a post's vocabulary terms after getting promoted, declined or expired by the moderation queue.
- Translation fix: fixed three usages of
- Added some Apache 2 specific instructions to the
To upgrade, upload all of the files and directories in the Drupal 4.3.2 package to your webserver, replacing older copies of the files. No database changes have been made so there is no need to run Drupal's upgrade script. All contributed themes and modules that work for 4.3.0 and 4.3.1 will work with 4.3.2. Though, like with any upgrade, it is a good idea to backup your database first.
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