· Filter simple_history_allow_db_purge that is used to determine if the history should be purged/cleaned after 60 days or not. Return false and it will never be cleaned.
· Fixed a security issue with the RSS feed. User who should not be able to view the feed could get access to it.
· Used a PHP shorthand opening tag at a place.
· Now loads scripts and styles over HTTPS, if that's being used.
· Some translation issues, including updated POT-file for translators.
· Made the widget look a bit WordPress-ish by borrwing some of the looks from the comments widget.
· Fix for database that didn't use UTF-8
· Some security fixes
· Updated POT-file
· Added author to RSS
· Now the user can search the history.
· Choose if to load/show more than just 5 rows from the history.
· Added Chinese translation.
· Fixed a variable notice.
· More visible OK-message after setting a new RSS secret.
· Directly after installation of Simple History you could view the history RSS feed without using any secret. Now a secret is automatically set during installation.
· Added comments to the history, so now you can see who approved a comment (or unapproved, or marked as spam, or moved to trash, or restored from the trash).
· Fixed PHP notice messages.
· Forgot to escape HTML for posts.
· Reduced memory usage.
· Changes internal verbs for actions. some old history items may look a bit weird.
· Added RSS feed for recent changes - keep track of changes via your favorite RSS-reader.
· The plugin shows now under dashboard (was previously under tools).
· Mouse over on date now display detailed date a bit faster
· Layout fixes to make it cooler, better, faster, stronger
· Multiple events of same type, performed on the same object, by the same user, are now grouped together. This way 30 edits on the same page does not end up with 30 rows in Simple History. Much better overview!
· The name of deleted items now show up, instead of "Unknown name" or similar
· Added support for plugins (who activated/deactivated what plugin)
· Support for third party history items. Use like this: simple_history_add("action=repaired&object_type=starship&object_name=USS Enterprise"); this would result in somehting like this: Starship "USS Enterprise" repaired by admin (John Doe), just now
· Capability edit_pages needed to show history.