Libre3D - Change Log

     Libre3D is a free resource used in academics and real world environments. Various community improvements have been suggested from MIT students, energetic hobbyists, to those who "just want to print." Enjoy browsing this community run project.

     Note: This page is a technical summary of improvements on Libre3D. Each change is either a community request, maintenance for issues like "Google's Chrome browser is breaking the site", or a security improvement.


Change Log

2.7.5.5 - I - Simplied Breadcrumb Usage.

April 2015

2.7.5.4 - I - New adddon call hooks for alternate browsing types.

2.7.5.3 - I - Allow "."(period) in Usernames.

2.7.5.2 - I - Search ability for multiple category question values.

2.7.5.1 - M - Unescaped ampersands in upload title breaks RSS feed.

March 2015

2.7.4.7 - I - Open Sourced Libre3D's 3D File Renderer.

December 2014

2.7.4.6 - I - Handling of category re-counts.

November 2014

2.7.4.5 - I - SCAD files able to upload and render to STL.

2.7.4.4 - I - jQuery form submission updates.

2.7.4.3 - M - Pupload fix for STL uploading.

2.7.4.2 - M - Improved CSS for advanced search page.

2.7.4.1 - I - Added additional regions to Countries and Regions Database.

2.7.4 - I - Responsive Web Design implementation.

October 2014

2.7.3.6 - S - Login XSS vulnerability closed.

2.7.3.5 - S - Penetration Testing (PEN Testing).

2.7.3.4 - M - SSL mode broke Video Previews when uploading content.

2.7.3.3 - I - Community desire to drop some uploading steps.

September 2014

2.7.3.2 - I - Various CSS combinations for website speed.

2.7.3.1 - M - Country/State selector missing CSS styling.

2.7.3 - I - Updated jQuery-UI to latest version.

August 2014

2.7.2.3 - M - Removed "Hang" issues when deleting media using Internet Explorer.

2.7.3.2 - M - Adjustment to jQueryUI .

2.7.3.1 - M - Lightbox viewing issues fixed.

2.7.3 - I - More geographic regions added for user detail.

July 2014

2.7.2 - D - Large project of successfully combining JS/CSS.

June 2014

Legend

For academic purposes:

  #.x.x.x   -  MAJOR version change with incompatible API changes.

  x.#.x.x   -  MINOR version change with backwards-compatibility.

  x.x.#.x   -  MAJOR PATCH backwards-compatible fix.

  x.x.x.#   -  Change and/or MINOR PATCH backwards-compatible fix.

  • "I" - Improvement.
  • "M" - Maintenance.
  • "S" - Security Fix.
  • "D" - Design Flow Change.
  • "Description" - Description of the change.