As I wrote 10 days ago, a new BlogEngine.NET release had to be made to deal with some issues found in version 1.4. It’s exactly one month since the release of the 1.4 version and a lot has been fixed, tweaked and changed.
Besides some new cool features, more than 50 work items from the issue tracker at CodePlex have been implemented. That’s a lot of modified code and the result is significant. Here’s a list of some of the changes in version 1.4.5.
One of the exiting new things is that BlogEngine.NET now is released with SQL Server, MySQL, SQLite and VistaDB scripts and databases. That makes it really easy to choose the database that suits you best if you don’t want to go with the default XML provider. And by easy I mean as easy as copying a couple of files to the bin and App_Data folder and you’re all set to go.
I know some of you have had some issues with the 1.4 release, so I really hope you’ll enjoy this new version.