MantisBT 1.2.5 Released

Hi all,

MantisBT 1.2.5 is a maintenance update for the stable 1.2.x branch. It is recommended that all MantisBT users (including those still using 1.1.x or earlier versions) upgrade to this latest release.

This release brings improved translations in many languages as well as numerous bug fixes across a range of MantisBT features.

A full changelog for 1.2.5 can be found on the official site:
http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/changelog_page.php?version_id=113

The release is available for download at:
http://www.mantisbt.org/download.php

Cheers

10 thoughts on “MantisBT 1.2.5 Released”

  1. Good evening friends,

    I am having serious problem with mantis.
    I installed the new version 1.2.5 and the graphics do not work, simply does not display any image.

    I would have to install any previous version to begin work? On windows using wamp functioned normally, but when made ​​available on Linux, it crashed.

    Version MySQL5.0.92-community
    Version cPanel11.28.87-RELEASE_51188
    Version PHP5.2.14
    Version Apache2.2.17

    Thanks,
    Everton Gonçalves

  2. @Everton Gonçalves, this is not the place to ask questions like these, but more to make remarks like: Thank for the 1.2.5 release great work!. My I urge you to visit http://www.mantisbt.org/support.php and then e.g. visit the forum and re-ask your question there. Not that we do not want to help, just a Blog is not the place to ask for help.

  3. Thanks for the release and the fixes! I’m thinking about doing a “status display view” for a wall monitor, so a development team can see current and new incoming issues.

  4. Until the MantisBT maintainers see the light and finally provide .patch files for UNIX users and Windows users with a sufficiently advanced environment, I’ll keep explaining how to do so (first time was for Mantis 1.2.4.

    If you don’t have MantisBT checked out yet:

    git clone https://github.com/mantisbt/mantisbt.git
    git diff --no-prefix release-1.2.4..release-1.2.5 > mantis-1.2.4-to-1.2.5.patch

    Else:

    git pull
    git diff --no-prefix release-1.2.4..release-1.2.5 > mantis-1.2.4-to-1.2.5.patch

    Apply the patch to your existing code with:

    cd /your/mantis/directory
    patch -p0 < mantis-1.2.4-to-1.2.5.patch

  5. Keep up the good work!

    I do however have a question as I started participating in patching Mantis with minor changes:

    How do I promote a change to a release?

    Example: “ability to search in custom fields”. Patch is there, works fine, but how does such a change make it into a next release?

    Regards,

    Mark

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