This is version 1.1 of Subscriptions for Drupal 7. This is a minor update over 1.0, but we recommend updating, especially to take advantage of the new editable default email template.
Changes since 1.0
- Implement [subs:has-distinct-summary] token and improve the default template.
- #1821292: Implement an editable default template.
- Make the user/%/subscriptions pages use the admin theme, just like the user/%/edit page.
- #1779950: Add API for deleting subscriptions.
- #1683186 by joel_osc: Add support for translating the terms on the taxa subscriptions page into the user's language.
- Revised the README.txt file.
- #1801344 by jerry, salvis: Fix all-zero Overview counts, replace broken hook_count_user_subscriptions() with hook_subscriptions_counts_alter().
- Some more template tuning while we're at it.
- Fix a line-wrap error in the mail template (sorry, translators!).
- #1781870: Use format_name() to display user names.
- #1710600 by Dmitriy.trt: Fix the missing pager on the Threads/Pages list.
- Hide comment settings if comment.module is not enabled.
- #1744576: Restore the node UI that was broken by the prior patch.
- #1744576: Make s/del/... work again.
- Always expand the node UI fieldset on the node/%/subscribe pages.
- #399628-19: Document the subscriptions_write() function (no functional change).
Upgrading from Drupal 6
Subscriptions D7 is designed to smoothly upgrade a 6.x-1.5 installation.
Upgrading later D6 versions should work as well.
The proprietary !variables in the D6 Mail Editor have been replaced with the core [tokens]. Subscriptions attempts to update your templates, but you must review each one to verify that it produces the desired result. The tokens as well as other advancements in Drupal and in Mail Editor provide more sophisticated functionality. Some of this is displayed by the new default templates, so you may want to have a look at these, too.
Upgrading from any ALPHA version: see the BETA1 release note for important information.