This edition of the Core Weekly report highlights changes in PrestaShop’s core codebase during the last two weeks, from Monday 02nd to Sunday 15th of July 2018.

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Oh it feels good to be back, live from the Core Weekly! As Antoine is enjoying his holidays, I take up the reins, just to let you know what dev-changes happened during those last two weeks. And the first thing I can tell is that plenty happened! Indeed, about forty pull requests have been merged. A real World Cup score, right?

A lot of them regard bug fixes for PrestaShop 1.7.4.0. Consequently, a new patch version has been launched last Monday. Please welcome PrestaShop 1.7.4.1! Upgrading is still a bit sensitive, make sure you use the right module before; it ought to be version 4.0 of the 1-click upgrade, currently available as a beta on GitHub, instead of the version 3.0 available on the marketplace.

Also, you are probably aware of it already but who said we cannot write it again: we are very proud and thrilled to present our online roadmap. Making the roadmap public was one of our great wish for 2018, it is part of our plan to offer a clearer view of the future improvements and features we want to include in the software. Have a look at it!

Code changes in the ‘develop’ branch (for v1.7.5.0)

Back office

Core

Tests

Code changes in the ‘1.7.4.x’ branch (for v1.7.4.0)

Back office

Front office

Core

Installer

  • #9258: Limit subquery results in upgrade sql 1.7.0.0, by @quetzacoalt91.
  • #9271: Catch more exceptions during install & display the error intead of a JS error, by @rgaillard.
  • #9302: Reduce the number of ajax calls if the fixtures are not too larges and if there’s enough memory available, by @jocel1.

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Thank you to the contributors whose pull requests were merged since the last Core Weekly Report: @djbuch, @fransuisse, @kpodemski, @lucasrolff, @marionf, @matks, @mehdi-ghezal, @MrBaiame, @pierrerambaud, @prestamodule, @rokaszygmantas, @sarjon and @vytsci!

Thank you to the contributors whose PRs haven’t been merged yet! And of course, a big thank you to all those who contribute with tickets and comments on the Forge!

If you want to contribute to PrestaShop with code, please read these pages first:

…and if you do not know how to fix an issue but wish to report it, please read this: How to use the Forge to contribute to PrestaShop. Thank you!

Happy contributin’ everyone!