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WordPress 5.3 Beta 3 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend you run it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site to play with the new version. You can test the WordPress 5.3 beta in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge nightlies” option) Or download the beta here (zip). WordPress 5.3 is slated for release on November 12, 2019, and we need your help to get there. Thanks to the testing and feedback from everyone who tested beta 2 (and beta 1) over 60 tickets have been closed in the past week. Some highlights Fixes and enhancements in the admin interface changes introduced in previous 5.3 beta releases. Wording changes in login screen (#43037). Improved accessibility in media upload modal (#47149). Changes in the way the new error handling with images works (#48200). MediaElement.js has been updated from 4.2.6 to 4.2.13 (#46681). The script is now also being loaded in the footer again. This fixes a regression that happened two years ago, so might be worth noting (#44484). Update to the REST API media endpoint to allow resuming of uploads (#47987). In addition to these, Beta 3 landed a number of small consistency and polish changes to the REST API, including an improvement to the permissions check used when editing comments, a fix for post type controller caching edge cases, and most importantly, the ability to use the _embed parameter to access the full data for a post using the /wp/v2/search endpoint. Developer notes WordPress 5.3 has lots of refinements to polish the developer experience. To keep up, subscribe to the Make WordPress Core blog and pay special attention to the developer notes tag for updates on those and other changes that could affect your products. How to Help Do you speak a language other than English? Help us translate WordPress into more than 100 languages! If you think you’ve found a bug, you can post to the Alpha/Beta area in the support forums. We’d love to hear from you! If you’re comfortable writing a reproducible bug report, file one on WordPress Trac where you can also find a list of known bugs.
WordPress 5.3 Beta 2 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend running it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site to play with the new version. You can test the WordPress 5.3 beta in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge nightlies” option) Or download the beta here (zip). WordPress 5.3 is slated for release on November 12, 2019, and we need your help to get there. Thanks to the testing and feedback from everyone who tested beta 1, over 45 tickets have been closed since then. Some highlights Work continues on the block editor. Bugs fixed on Twenty Twenty. Accessibility bugs fixes and enhancements on the interface changes introduced with 5.3 beta 1: Iterate on the admin interface Reduce potential backward compatibility issues Improve consistency between admin screens and the block editor Better text zoom management Support rel="ugc" attribute value in comments (#48022) – this particular ticket shows the WordPress project ability to integrate quick solutions to things that are changing unexpectedly – like Google new features. Developer notes WordPress 5.3 has lots of refinements to polish the developer experience. To keep up, subscribe to the Make WordPress Core blog and pay special attention to the developers notes for updates on those and other changes that could affect your products.
WordPress 5.3 Beta 1 is now available! This software is still in development, so we don’t recommend running it on a production site. Consider setting up a test site to play with the new version. You can test the WordPress 5.3 beta in two ways: Try the WordPress Beta Tester plugin (choose the “bleeding edge nightlies” option) Or download the beta here (zip). WordPress 5.3 is slated for release on November 12, 2019, and we need your help to get there. Here are some of the big items to test, so we can find and resolve as many bugs as possible in the coming weeks. Block Editor: features and improvements Twelve releases of the Gutenberg plugin are going to be merged into 5.3 which means there’s a long list of exciting new features. Here are just a few of them: Group block and grouping interactions Columns block improvements (width support + patterns) Table block improvements (text alignment support, header/footer support, colors) Gallery block improvements (reordering inline, caption support) Separator block improvements (color support) Latest Posts block improvements (support excerpt, content) List block improvements (indent/outdent shortcuts, start value and reverse order support) Button block improvements (support target, border radius) Animations and micro interactions (moving blocks, dropdowns, and a number of small animations to improve the UX) Accessibility Navigation Mode which will allow you to navigate with the keyboard between blocks without going into their content. Block Style Variations API Plus a number of other improvements, amongst them: Data Module API improvements (useSelect/useEffect) Inserter Help Panel Extensibility: DocumentSettingsPanel Snackbar notices Typewriter Experience Fix a number of Accessibility report issues If you want to see all the features for each release, here are direct links to the release posts: 6.5, 6.4, 6.3, 6.2, 6.1, 6.0, 5.9, 5.8, 5.7, 5.6, 5.5, and 5.4. Continuous effort on performance The team working on the block editor managed to shave off 1.5 seconds of loading time for a particularly sizeable post (~ 36,000 words, ~ 1,000 blocks) since WordPress 5.2. A new default theme: welcome Twenty Twenty WordPress 5.3 introduces Twenty Twenty, the latest default theme in our project history. This elegant new theme is based on the WordPress theme Chaplin which was released on the WordPress.org theme directory earlier this summer. It includes full support for the block editor, empowering users to find the right design for their message. Wait! There is more 5.3 is going to be a rich release with the inclusion of numerous enhancements to interactions and the interface. Admin interface enhancements Design and Accessibility teams worked together to port some parts of Gutenberg styles into the whole wp-admin interface. Both teams are going to iterate on these changes during the 5.3 beta cycle. These improved styles fix many accessibility issues, improve color contrasts on form fields and buttons, add consistency between editor and admin interfaces, modernize the WordPress color scheme, add better zoom management, and more. Big Images are coming to WordPress Uploading non-optimized, high-resolution pictures from your smartphone isn’t a problem anymore. WordPress now supports resuming uploads when they fail as well as larger default image sizes. That way pictures you add from the block editor look their best no matter how people get to your site. Automatic image rotation during upload Your images will be correctly rotated upon upload according to the EXIF orientation. This feature was first proposed nine years ago. Never give up on your dreams to see your fixes land in WordPress! Site Health Checks The improvements introduced in 5.3 make it easier to identify and understand areas that may need troubleshooting on your site from the Tools -> Health Check screen. Admin Email Verification You’ll now be periodically asked to check that your admin email address is up to date when you log in as an administrator. This reduces the chance that you’ll get locked out of your site if you change your email address. For Developers Time/Date component fixes Developers can now work with dates and timezones in a more reliable way. Date and time functionality has received a number of new API functions for unified timezone retrieval and PHP interoperability, as well as many bug fixes. PHP 7.4 Compatibility The WordPress core team is actively preparing to support PHP 7.4 when it is released later this year. WordPress 5.3 contains multiple changes to remove deprecated functionality and ensure compatibility. Please test this beta release with PHP 7.4 to ensure all functionality continues to work as expected and does not raise any new warnings. Other Changes for Developers Multisite Filter sites by status https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/37392 https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/37684 Save database version in site meta https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/41685 Code modernization and PHP 7.4 support https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/47678 https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/47783 Toggle password view https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/42888 Keep your eyes on the Make WordPress Core blog for more 5.3 related developer notes in the coming weeks detailing other changes that you should be aware of. What’s next There have been over 400 tickets fixed in WordPress 5.3 so far with numerous bug fixes and improvements to help smooth your WordPress experience.
Lua 5.3 Lua 5.3 was released on 12 Jan 2015. Its main new features are integers, bitwise operators, a basic utf-8 library, and support for both 64-bit and 32-bit platforms. The current release is Lua 5.3.5, released on 10 Jul 2018. لینک دانلود: https://www.lua.org/ftp/lua-5.3.5.tar.gz لیست تغییرات نسبت به نسخه قبل: Changes since Lua 5.2 Here are the main changes introduced in Lua 5.3. The reference manual lists the incompatibilities that had to be introduced. Main changes integers (64-bit by default) official support for 32-bit numbers bitwise operators basic utf-8 support functions for packing and unpacking values Here are the other changes introduced in Lua 5.3: Language userdata can have any Lua value as uservalue floor division more flexible rules for some metamethods Libraries ipairs and the table library respect metamethods strip option in string.dump table library respects metamethods new function table.move new function string.pack new function string.unpack new function string.packsize C API simpler API for continuation functions in C lua_gettable and similar functions return type of resulted value strip option in lua_dump new function: lua_geti new function: lua_seti new function: lua_isyieldable new function: lua_numbertointeger new function: lua_rotate new function: lua_stringtonumber Lua standalone interpreter can be used as calculator; no need to prefix with '=' arg table available to all code License Lua is free software distributed under the terms of the MIT license reproduced below; it may be used for any purpose, including commercial purposes, at absolutely no cost without having to ask us. The only requirement is that if you do use Lua, then you should give us credit by including the appropriate copyright notice somewhere in your product or its documentation. For details, see this.