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ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.8 Released

Today, we’re releasing version 1.1.8 of the ColdFusion on Wheels framework. The new version includes bug fixes and minor enhancements. Upgrade today for a more stable application.

To upgrade from version 1.1.x, simply download the zip file and replace your application’s wheels folder with the new one.

For a list of fixes, see the CHANGELOG.

Security Fix for ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.x and 1.0.x Released

A security vulnerability has been identified in both the 1.1.x and 1.0.x versions of Wheels. In response, the Wheels team is releasing patches for both the current and legacy versions. Version 1.1.7 is to address current version and version 1.0.6 is to address legacy versions.

At this time, we encourage all users of the framework to upgrade as soon as possible. These new versions contain only the patches necessary to close the security vulnerability. No new bug fixes or enhancement features are contained.

The Wheels team would like to thank Pete Freitag of foundeo.com for reporting and helping to patch the security vulnerability.

Download versions 1.1.7 and 1.0.6

ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.6 Released

Another round of enhancements and bug fixes has been fixed and incorporated into version 1.1.6 of ColdFusion on Wheels. Download it today to increase the stability of your Wheels applications.

Upgrading from 1.1.x is easy. Download the zip file, extract it, and replace your application’s wheels folder with the new wheels folder from the zip file.

Read on for details from the CHANGELOG. (more…)

Upgrade to ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.5 Today

We’ve released ColdFusion on Wheels version 1.1.5. This release addresses some regression issues with 1.1.4 that some of you reported involving plugins deployed in a subfolder install of Wheels. Thanks to your help, Tony Petruzzi was able to fix this issue quickly.

Wheels 1.1.5 also fixes an issue where values generated by the select() form helper were not being HTML-escaped. This fixes a potential security hole, so we recommend updating as soon as possible.

To upgrade, simply download the zip file and replace the wheels folder in your application with the new wheels folder from the download.

Thanks to those of you who helped report, pinpoint, and troubleshoot these issues. Your help has made the Wheels framework a better tool for everyone.

ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.4 released

Today, we’re releasing ColdFusion on Wheels version 1.1.4. This release fixes numerous bugs and adds a nice feature: Now you no longer need to create a zip file to start working on a new plugin. You just create a folder for it in the plugins folder and start coding your CFC.

To upgrade, you just need to replace the wheels folder in your application with the new wheels folder in the zip file. (more…)

Help us test the ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.4 release candidate

Tony just built a release candidate with changes slated for ColdFusion on Wheels 1.1.4, and we’ve made it available for download.

This release includes some stability and bug fixes. But most notably, version 1.1.4 now allows you to develop plugins without needing to have a dummy zip file packaged. Just create the plugin directory and start coding your plugin.

Help us test this out in your environment so we can be sure that 1.1.4 is ready to go!

Released: ColdFusion on Wheels Version 1.1.3

Today, we’re releasing another maintenance release, ColdFusion on Wheels version 1.1.3. This release includes several bug fixes. Upgrade now to increase the stability of your Wheels applications. (more…)

ColdFusion on Wheels Version 1.1.2 Released Today

We’re releasing ColdFusion on Wheels version 1.1.2 today, which includes several bug fixes. Upgrade immediately to increase the stability of your Wheels application. (more…)