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Lastest release
version 1.2.7 on May 4th, 2013

Introduction

Portlets which can optionally include or exclude content from subsites, as provided by collective.lineage Child Folder.

The portlets filter out subsite paths via the use of Products.AdvancedQuery.

These portlets require that collective.lineage be installed in your Plone site.

Currently, the following portlets are included in this package:
  • Recent Items
  • News
  • Events
  • Search
  • Review

Included portlets have been diffed against plone.app.portlets 2.3.7, included with Plone 4.2.4

Usage

Add the following to your buildout:

eggs =

... collective.lineage

collective.portlets.lineage

Install via quickinstaller or the Add Ons control panel.

TODO: include Calendar portlet

Changelog

1.0 (12-25-2009)
  • Initial release, includes News, Events, Search portlets
1.0 (12-27-2009)
  • Second update, includes Recent portlet
1.0 (01-19-2010)
  • Third update, includes Review portlet
1.1 (05-15-2012)

-- custom titles for News and Events portlet

1.1.1 (05-31-2012)
  • news portlet default title is News, events portlet default title is 'Upcoming Events
1.1 (05-15-2012)
  • adds ability to have custom titles for News, Events portlets [ableeb]
1.1.1 (05-31-2012)
  • changes the default names of news portlet to News, and default name of events portlet to Upcoming Events
1.1.2 (06-04-2012)
  • fixes for changes in 1.1.1
1.1.3 (06-05-2012)
  • correctly sorts news items in portlets by Date, descending in advanced query
1.2.0 (06-19-2012)
  • Fix livesearch
  • Update templates for 4.1.5 compatibility
  • Update skins/scripts/* for 4.1.5 compatibilty
  • Add missing zcml registration for custom template
1.2.1 (06-19-2012)
  • Fix portlet class files for 4.1.5 compatibilty
1.2.2 (02-25-2013)
  • Fix portlet class files and templates for p.a.portlets-2.3.7 compatibility
1.2.3 (04-08-2013)
1.2.3 (04-08-2013)
  • fix packaging
1.2.4 (04-08-2013)
  • fix packaging
1.2.5 (04-08-2013)
  • fix packaging
1.2.6 (04-08-2013)
  • fix packaging
1.2.7 (04-30-2013)

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Last updated May 4th, 2013

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