osCommerce 2.3.1 available for download

By | November 15, 2010

An ultra quick release of a maintenance version of 2.3, bringing it to 2.3.1 – this release fixes some last minute changes that did not make it to the release of 2.3 for whatever reason.

Changes

  • Confirm new Product Reviews to the customer
  • Fix a PHP notice in Phpass
  • Fix Reviews Box language definition
  • Fix pre-defined Australian Dollar currency code
  • Label the HTML Content field for large product images
  • XHTML fixes for pop-up pages

Files Updated

  • catalog/admin/categories.php
  • catalog/admin/currencies.php
  • catalog/admin/includes/classes/passwordhash.php
  • catalog/admin/includes/languages/english/categories.php
  • catalog/includes/classes/passwordhash.php
  • catalog/includes/languages/english/product_reviews_write.php
  • catalog/includes/modules/boxes/bm_reviews.php
  • catalog/includes/version.php
  • catalog/info_shopping_cart.php
  • catalog/popup_image.php
  • catalog/popup_search_help.php
  • catalog/product_reviews.php
  • catalog/product_reviews_write.php

Upgrade Guide

If you have installed 2.3 and simply want to patch the files manually, follow this guide. Or, start fresh with 2.3.1 direct download link.

Garys Comment

Hopefully this marks the start of official releases that are kept bang up to date, rather than go years between releases!

5 thoughts on “osCommerce 2.3.1 available for download

  1. Mark Evans

    Looks like version checker was useful after all! (http://www.clubosc.com/version-checker-in-oscommerce-2-3.html) 😉

    I think this certainly marks a new chapter in release cycles, people will start to see much more frequent releases than they have in the past. Hopefully we have learnt from the mistakes of the past, with the amount of things coming up it should be fairly easy to confirm or deny that.

  2. Gary Post author

    I hope so Mark! Nice work on the new releases by the way.

  3. Martin

    Of course, we might not see more regular releases 😉

    M.

  4. Gary Post author

    Martin, I’d agree that an official release needs to be made far more often, certainly every quarter. Github shows some activity, but not many people know that the latest is available from there.

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