This edition of the Core Weekly report highlights changes in PrestaShop’s core codebase during the last week, from Monday 04th to Sunday 10th of December 2017.
As announced last Monday, the Crowdin monthly report has been published and it is filled with good news: at least 15 languages reached a 100% translated and approved branch 1.7.3, and 3 languages still need to be validated (Dutch, Greek and Portuguese, Brazilian). If interested, join us, we will be glad to have you with us! And Bosnian has entered the projects catalog again, with a completion rate which goes really fast. It is even our best progress of November, congratulations!
Contrary to what has been announced last week, and because we already wrote about how Symfony 3/PHP 5.6 will work for future versions in @mickaelandrieu’s post, we have decided to communicate on a new 1.7.3 important feature instead: PrestaTrust. And it is Margaux who will talk about it. It is our first trust label and it will surely enhance the security of the PrestaShop modules. Innovative technology is right ahead to improve your experience, you will read how this week.
Last but not least, we are really happy to announce the 1.7.3 beta version is imminent, stay tuned!
Code changes in the ‘develop’ branch (for v188.8.131.52)
- #8573: Added docs about CSV import samples, by @mickaelandrieu.
- #8576: Added new gitignore directives about translation packs, by @littlebigdev.
- #8577: Synced 1.7.3 into develop, by @mickaelandrieu.
- #8582: On CLI, display simple information on PrestaShopException, by @quetzacoalt91.
- #8602: Handle form request after authorization check in PerformanceController. Thank you @sarjon!
Code changes in the ‘1.7.2.x’ branch (for v184.108.40.206)
Thank you to the contributor whose pull requests were merged since the last Core Weekly Report: @sarjon!
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!
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…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!