This is not the latest release. You can find our latest release, v1.2.2, here.

The new minor version, 1.2.0, contains new features, upgrades, changes, and bug fixes. You can find the full list of changes here:

  • Added compatibility with PostgreSQL to use mosparo with a PostgreSQL database (#185). Suggested by skid9000
  • Added web-based cron job, which can be executed with a simple web request (#192). Inspired by mpaglia0
  • Added a fifth security feature to block repetitive submissions (#193). Suggested by Geremia
  • Upgraded the framework to Symfony 6.4 and upgraded all dependencies (#184).
  • Changed the limits to allow negative spam rating values for rule items (#212). Inspired by cesare190
  • Added the lang attribute to the mosparo frontend box for better accessibility (#189).
  • Fixed the mosparo logo in high-contrast mode in the frontend box (#190).
  • Made multiple minor accessibility adjustments (#194).
  • Added compatibility with the reverse proxy subpath setup (#218). Suggested by davd-edia
  • Fixed a bug that made it impossible to edit the security settings if the trust settings were set in the environment variables (#210).
  • Fixed a bug in the export logic, which exported the wrong default values for the security policies (#211).
  • Fixed a bug in the CORS header handler, which never verified the origin of a frontend API request (#217). Reported by zttom

You can find all the details about the new version here.

Important: The bug fix regarding the CORS headers could break the functionality of your form if you haven’t configured the project correctly. Read more about it in the news post with the changes or in the documentation.

You can find all the details about the new version here: New Features & Changes in version 1.2

Thank you very much for your help with this new mosparo version. Use the update functionality in mosparo to update to this version. Please report possible bugs as an issue on GitHub.

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