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Drupal CMS 6.25 released

By Mike Johnston February 29, 2012 News & Headlines  Comments

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Drupal 6.25, a maintenance release fixing issues reported through the bug tracking system, is now available for download. There are no security fixes in this release.

Drupal 6.25 builds on top of Drupal 6.24 and includes all the previous bugfixes and security improvements. Changes in this release only fix issues introduced with the previous bugfix release (Drupal 6.24). The list of all fixes included is:

  1. Rollback for issue #12274 given that it does not consider email domain names with hyphens valid after the first component of the domain name.
  2. #1425868 by ELC, lort, greg.harvey, David_Rothstein: Fixed duplicate entry of theme primary key in system table on Drupal 6.24 when updating using drush.
  3. #1425260 by mgifford: Fixed 'Call to undefined function locale_inc_callback()' during 6.22 -> 6.24 upgrade if locale module was previously enabled but is not currently enabled.

A complete list of all bug fixes in the stable 6.x branch can be found in the git commit log. There are no new features in this release.

Grab your copy from http://www.drupal.org


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