Release notes

Fonto Document History is still in preview. All releases listed here are moving parts. There is no guarantee of any kind that the APIs remain stable.

All release notes for Fonto releases can be found here: Release notes

Fonto Document History 7.11.0 (June 26th, 2020)

Maintenance

  1. Fonto Document History has been updated to run on ASP.NET Core Runtime 3.1.5 (LTS).

Fonto Document History 7.10.0 (March 27th, 2020)

This release of Fonto Document History introduces some new functionality as well as a number of fixes.

Fonto Document History has one important change this release. We now only save the document that is going to be opened in Document History when invoking the operation to open Document History. Previous releases saved all documents.If you want to restore this behaviour, please wrap the operation to go to Document History in a custom one and add save-all-documents-and-wait before it.


New functionality

  • We added an API (go-to-history-for-document) in Fonto Editor to open Document History for a specific document. This can be used instead of the default API to open the focused document.
  • We now restore the scroll position correct when switching back to Fonto Editor when coming from Document History.
  • We now show multiple year transitions in the revision selector if multiple years passed since the last revision.

Resolved issues

  • Document History now only saves the document that is opened in Document History. See the warning note on the top of these release notes.
  • Fonto Document History did not always show an error message in case the CMS couldn't be reached. We now always do.
  • We now always show an error message if the client is offline. Previously this would result in an endless spinner.
  • Document History would previously issue GET /document requests for ALL documents that were not loaded in Fonto Editor. This has now been resolved.
  • The context menu of Document History did not always open when you would expect it. This has now been resolved.
  • When selecting text in Document History, the selection would sometimes jump to an unexpected location. This has now been resolved.

Fonto Document History 7.9.1 (February 11th, 2020)

This release of Fonto Document History resolves the following issues:

  • Resolved an issue where Document Type Declarations (DTDs) were incorrectly handled.
  • Resolved an issue where the content encoding was not passed through correctly.

Fonto Document History 7.9.0 (December 19th, 2019)

This release of Fonto Document History is a maintenance release.

Fonto Document History 7.8.0 (September 26th, 2019)

This is what's new in this release:

  • The response of the health endpoint has been amended with product and version information.
  • Self-contained builds for Windows can now run as Windows Service by specifying the --as-windows-service command line argument.
  • NLog configuration files are now supported.

Fonto Document History 3.0.0-beta4 (January 11th, 2019)

This is what's new in this release:

  • Resolved Microsoft Security Advisory CVE-2019-0564.
  • Resolved Microsoft Security Advisory CVE-2019-0548.
  • Upgraded to .NET Core 2.2.1
  • Fixed issue which caused an exception without Redis configuration.

Fonto Document History 3.0.0-beta3 (December 20th, 2018)

This is what's new in this release:

  • Implemented a Redis caching connector. This feature allows you to share the cache over multiple instances of Document History, thereby improving the performance.

Fonto Document History 3.0.0-beta2 (September 26th, 2018)

This is what's new in this release:

  • Update the .NET Core version to include security updates.

Fonto Document History 3.0.0-beta1 (June 20th, 2018)

This is our very first version of Document History with open documentation available. You will find a high level overview of the application and an integration guide to help you get started. If you want to get access to Document History, please reach out to us.

This is what's new in this release:

  • We redesigned the revision selector to make it more clear which revisions you're comparing and whose changes you will see
  • Optimised the performance! We now only render the so-called "sheetframes" when a user scrolls them into view.
  • We introduced a preview version of Document Compare. This allows you to compare two arbitrary documents.
  • You are now able to copy from the change log in Document History. This puts the visible content on your clipboard.
  • You can now more easily mark multiple changes as seen by making a selection across changes in in the content.
  • Tons of small improvements under the hood that allow us to develop more cool features in the releases to come.