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Yes, version 1.6.0 is finally done, save for some last minute testing. Given how badly the oekaki community has dried up over the years, finding a reasonably large audience for testing has been quite difficult.
Head on over to the products download page to get it.
v1.6.0 - March 1, 2015 NOTES: - Wacintaki has not reached EOL and I do intend to maintain it, but I doubt I'll do much more overhauling as Java applets are effectively dead and there's little point to extending Wacintaki. - If a good HTML5 paint app shows up, Wacintaki will be recoded from the ground up and probably renamed. - 1.6.x will be the last branch to support mods and custom templates/translations. Future versions will cleanup all the global, config, and database messes. CHANGES: - Several modernizations, while respecting things that might break mods (such as globals and template controlers). - Some syntactic cleanup, such as removing trailing "?>", fixing capitalization, alignment issues, etc. - boot.php has had most of its globals cleaned up and organized. - New $glob array for program state and config values NOT found in config.php file. - $user and $flags arrays now cascade, allowing for cleaner defaults. - Database layer now uses mysqli exclusively. The mysql_* functions have been deprecated since PHP 5.5. - Database layer error reporting and debugging has been much improved. - Finally using SQL LEFT JOINS for avatars on index page. Cuts number of SQL queries roughly in half. - Hacks entry FORCE_MYSQL_API removed (hacks file is still 1.2.0 compatible). - Replaced badly-written PHP version detection with version_compare(). - Microtime handling improved with proper string casting. - Replaced $mailbox_status array with constants. - Updated all applet code to eliminate $OekakiU and updated boot to salvage login details from multiple sources. - Fixed missing 'all' flag in parse_flags() for legacy reasons. - Removed $header_extra_metatags (only used in WaxPoteto). - New password hashing using Blowfish if available and Extended DES as a fallback. - Oekaki automatically updates old password hashes to the strength defined in boot.php. - Random salt generator for passwords. Uses mcrypt, openssl, or /dev/urandom/ if available and a decent fallback for Windows. - Password detection no longer relies on config salt, so salt may be changed. - Salt removed from installer and is now set automatically during installation (and is virtually useless). - Retouching password-protected pictures now uses a standard hash format with the salt intact. - Removed blinking mailbox hack (as most browsers no longer support it) and "stupid name" hack. - report_err() now includes "error.php" rather than using a HTTP redirect. This solves many technical and usability problems compared to passing error messages via CGI. - Added experimental "X_DISABLE_REPORT_ERR_HACK" to boot to disable the report_err() hack. Use this if your custom header isn't working with the new error reporting. - Removed multiple tries from applet picture save code -- potential DDoS vector. BUGFIXES: - age_to_date(): fixed problem with $_GLOBALS being confused with $GLOBALS. - Debug config no longer overlaps with NineChime.com specific hacks. - Fixed a non-destructive issue with update_rc.php where a recode that timed out may restart at the beginning rather than resuming. - Fixed problem where people may not be able to edit comments after retouching another artist's picture and a password is set. - Fixed problem with comment editor clearing a non-public password if the original owner retouches the picture. - Fixed error message in image uploader not reporting max dimensions upon rejection. - Fixed logic error with cache management causing language files to rebuild on every page view. Wacintaki should be a bit faster, now. FEATURES: - Now PHP 5.0 native. Many PHP 5.3+ enhancements. PHP4 fallback code removed. - Diagnostics page now shows avatar stats as well as deprecated salt setting and database encoding state. - Database log and statistics table for when board is in debug mode. "U-DO-IT": - I've done a lot of cleanup of globals and other nasty stuff, but many issues remain as I wish to remain friendly to mods and old templates. Be aware that a diff will show radical changes, but little has actually been recoded. Check the top of boot.php for most of the rearranged stuff. - Use the $glob array for anything you need to make global, local vaiables for everything else. $cfg, $user, $flags, and $datef are still distinct singletons. - Password handling has radically changed. Make sure to use the new functions in common.php to check hashes. Do NOT use $cfg['salt'] as it has been obsoleted and using fixed salts is bad practice.
Last edited by Waccoon (03-17-2015 04:22:39)