The latest major version of ExtJS, version 4, has been released some months ago. It brings new features and a complete new API. Read more about changes in ExtJS 4. It has evolved to a web framework that provides tools and API for anything one needs to run a web app on various devices. With the enforcement of a MVC (Model-View-Controller) structure, the code of eXtplorer will be refactored to become more flexible, understandable and scalable.
The latest version is just s small update, it fixes the functionality to change passwords for users. Everyone should update to this version, because otherwise you can change the initial password through the admin interface.
A new version of eXtplorer is available!
The following changes have been incorporated:
- works with J! 1.7
- implemented PHPass Library for more secure hashing of passwords: http://www.openwall.com/phpass/ (backwards compatible with previous md5 hashing method)
- updated to ExtJS 3.4.0 (brings support for IE9)
- fixed file-disclosure issue reported by colonelxc
- support for files with non-ascii chars for editing (thanks gr8ron)
- fixed a fatal error in the webdav module
- added ability to load without fetchscript.php (when it's inaccessible due to server permission problems)
Make sure you download the new version now!
The new eXtplorer version includes the following changes:
- updated to ExtJS 3.3.1
- fixed Flash Upload
- updated to SWFUPload 2.5 beta
- fixed deprecated warnings because of ereg functions
- fixed some FTP file operations (upload, copy, move, delete)
- fixed visibility of user form fields (form appeared empty)
- fixed editable file types detection (+ added .ini)
Get your copy now!
Thanks to Thomas Goirand of GPLHost eXtplorer has become available as a Debian package (starting with Debian Sid, see http://packages.debian.org/unstable/main/extplorer)! It's amazing to be part of such a legendary Linux distribution. In consequence it will be possible to add and update eXtplorer with the Debian package management tool deb.