Enonic XP 6.5 has been released

Enonic is proud to announce the release of Enonic XP version 6.5!

This version brings a lot of new features and improvements to help developers and users a like to a simpler daily life. Read more about the main new feautres here: http://xp.readthedocs.org/en/6.5/appendix/release-notes/index.html

For a full list of all changes, see: https://github.com/enonic/xp/releases/tag/v6.5.0 and https://github.com/enonic/xp/releases/tag/v6.5.1

Enonic XP 6.5.1 may be downloaded from our new dowloads page on enonic.com, or our public repository: http://repo.enonic.com/public/com/enonic/xp/distro/6.5.1/

We hope you will really enjoy this release. Please join the discussion below and tell us what you think.


A lot of great features here! :smiley:
Page fragments and default input values are great additions, as are version rollback/rollforward, controller mapping++. Looking forward to testing these new features…

A couple of questions:

It appears as if it is possible to roll back and then roll forward to the newer version again. What happens if I roll back and then make a change? Are the newer versions gone then, or does it somehow use branching?

Also, are there some issue with versions in your comment above? You switch between version 6.5, 6.5.1 and 6.4.1… Looks confusing to me… :wink:

If you rollback and make a change you have a new version on top of the list, no versions are deleted :slight_smile:

Hi Vegard!

The embarrassing truth is, that we released 6.5.0, but found bugs in our own code before we had time to “tell the world about it”, so we waited a few days to fix them and then released 6.5.1. 6.5.0 have been available for download from our repository and Downloads page since Thursday. (6.4.1 was a typo. Thanks. Corrected now. :wink: )

All new versions are just added in a straight line. They can be based on the latest or any of the older versions. No branching. Just like in Enonic CMS if you are familiar with it.

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Sounds good!

Releasing a fix before “telling the world about it” is better than not doing so.
The 6.4.1-typo was what really confused me. :wink:

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