[ANN] Release of Bugzilla 4.3.2, 4.2.2, 4.0.7, and 3.6.10
dkl at mozilla.com
Fri Jul 27 17:18:21 UTC 2012
Today we are releasing 4.2.2, 4.0.7, 3.6.10, and the unstable
development snapshot 4.3.2.
All of today's releases contain security fixes. We recommend
all Bugzilla administrators to read the Security Advisory linked below.
Bugzilla 4.2.2 is our latest stable release. It contains various
useful bug fixes and security fixes for the 4.2 branch.
Bugzilla 4.0.7 and 3.6.10 are security updates for the 4.0
branch and the 3.6 branch, respectively. 4.0.7 also contains
several bug fixes.
Note that 4.3.2 is an unstable development release and should not
be used in production environments. We are not yet feature-frozen at
this time so the features you see in 4.3.2 might not accurately
represent the behavior that 4.4 will have.
Note that when Bugzilla 4.4 is released (likely later this year),
the Bugzilla 3.6.x series will reach end of life. If you are using that
series, we encourage you to upgrade to 4.2.2 now.
Bugzilla is available at:
There is a security advisory describing the security issues
fixed in these releases, at:
Release Notes & Changes
Before installing or upgrading, you should read the Release Notes for
the new version of Bugzilla:
It is VERY IMPORTANT to read the Release Notes if you are
upgrading from one major version to another (like 3.6.x to 4.2.x).
To see a list of all changes between your version of Bugzilla and
the current version of Bugzilla, you can use the chart at:
You can see the latest updates from the Bugzilla Project and
the status of Bugzilla development on Planet Bugzilla.
If you find a bug in Bugzilla, please report it! Instructions are
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to keep track of outstanding bugs in their product effectively.
Most commercial defect-tracking software vendors charge enormous
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its expensive counterparts lack. Consequently, Bugzilla has quickly
become a favorite of thousands of organizations across the globe, and
is widely regarded as one of the top defect-tracking systems available.
See http://www.bugzilla.org/about/ for more details.
- David Lawrence
Release Manager, Bugzilla Project
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