I just released Typo 4.0.1. By and large, this is a bug-fix release. Please make sure that you use Typo 4.0.1 with Rails 1.1.5, as earlier versions (1.1.4 especially) have substantial security problems.
A number of changes were made to the installer for this release:
- It has been spun off into its own
.gemand lives in its own source repository, so other projects can use it as well.
- It now supports Postgres as well as SQLite3. I’ll write about this soon.
- It performs database-agnostic backups to a
- A number of bugs have been squashed.
If you installed Typo 4.0.0 via the new installer, then upgrading is easy–just
gem install typo and then
typo install /some/path to upgrade. If you’re using the tar or zip files from Rubyforge, then unpack them over the top of your existing install, run ‘gem install rails’ to make sure that you have Rails 1.1.5, run ‘rake migrate’, and then restart your FastCGI processes.
If you’re installing for the first time, then you’ll probably find the
.gem installer to be easier. If you can install things as root (or your hosting provider has already installed the Typo
.gem), then do this:
$ sudo gem install typo $ typo install /some/path
If you don’t have the ability to run
gem install as root, then do this:
$ export GEM_PATH=~/gems $ gem install -i ~/gems typo $ ~/gems/bin/typo install /some/path
As usual, let me know if you hit problems.