This release fixes a critical issue on the module administration page. A subtle bug in core intersected with changes we have introduced in 1.5 to make the update information more useful for the distribution.
If you had issues with 1.5
If you had installed 1.5, it's possible that you inadvertently disabled all the modules directly required by Commerce Kickstart. To quickly re-enable them, follow this short procedure:
So, the idea to make version numbers match Drupal Commerce numbers was short-lived. Apparently you cannot have incremental releases below minor releasees (i.e. 7.x-1.2.2). We needed the update to Drupal 7.12, and actually the previous commit to update to Drupal Commerce 7.x-1.2 was to a disconnected HEAD. This update fixes both problems.
This release brings us up to date with Drupal Commerce 1.2 and attempts to peg the version numbers for Commerce Kickstart to the main Drupal Commerce project. The goal is questionable, as any one of our dependencies could make a release that forces us to put a new version of Commerce Kickstart out before we're ready to with Drupal Commerce, so perhaps it should've just been a 1.0. It's too late now, though!
Also fixed in this release is the default language property for products created for the example store content step and an update to the Views 3.1 release.