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Version 1.5.2

Hello Users,

this is a small maintenance-update for Mig. Most of the changes are "under the
hood", no new features. The most important change is that all functions that
were deprecated with PHP 5.3 are replaced, so that Mig should work with future
versions of PHP.
Even if your are not switching to PHP 6.0 soon, please keep this in mind or it
may strike you when you switch in the far future.

The downside of this is, that it intruduces a small incompatibility for all
users using a $pathConvertRegex in index.php. Those (hopefully few) of you
have to change index.php after each update anyway, so please remember to check
the the changelog and the examples when updating.

Another change is that this e-mail, the release tarball and the release tag in
Mercurial [1] is signed with a GPG-key now. So if you want to check if your
download is OK and released by me, please use the .sig-file. You can get the
current key at [2]. It has the fingerprint "F5A4 0D2C 0DFF 4E5B 4908 198B 4709
198D 7464 C7A7" and it is signed by CACert [3].
Any change of the key should at least be signed with the old key or by CACert.

Happy updating... :-)

[1] http://mercurial.selenic.com/wiki/GpgExtension
[2] https://mig.sf.net/mig.asc
[3] http://www.cacert.org/certs/cacert.asc


* https://mig.wcht.de/downloads/mig-1.5.2/mig-1.5.2.tar.gz
* https://mig.wcht.de/downloads/mig-1.5.2/mig-1.5.2.tar.gz.sig
* https://mig.wcht.de/downloads/mig-1.5.2/mig-1.5.2.tar.gz.asc


  Handle functions that are deprecated in PHP 5.3 so that Mig will still
  work with PHP 6.0 and not produce E_DEPRECATED on PHP 5.3 (Boris)

  A bit of refactoring "under the hood" (Boris)

  Releases and release-tags in the SCM will now be signed with GPG. You
  can find the current key at http://mig.sf.net/mig.asc The fingerprint of
  the current key is "F5A4 0D2C 0DFF 4E5B 4908 198B 4709 198D 7464 C7A7"
  and it should be signed by cacert.

  If you use $pathConvertRegex (which should be very few), you'll have to
  take care that your regex will work with preg_replace! This should
  affect very few installations, that have to modify index.php on every
  update anyway.