RELEASE NOTES FOR IRM 1.5.7
There is so much new stuff in this release it's beyond my meagre abilities
to document it. First and foremost amongst the new features is the
"Devices" system, from Martin Stevens -- this should help a lot of people
add extra fields to the database at runtime, without needing to bloat the
core IRM code. There will probably be plenty of corner cases with the
Devices system, and it's currently undocumented, so submit bug reports and
discuss how it should all work on firstname.lastname@example.org.... read more
With much fanfare and celebration, IRM 1.5.3 is here! Featuring all new multi-lingual capabilities, as well as a bunch of little features and bugfixes, we hope you will enjoy using this release as much as we enjoyed making it.
Download it today from the Files section.
The latest and greatest IRM yet, with full Windows support and a host of new features. Wander over to the Files section to get your copy now!
The IRM development team is proud to announce the release of version 1.5.1 of the IRM web-based asset-tracking and trouble ticketing system. Please see the file releases section for details on what's new in this version, and to download this wonderful new release.
IRM is a Web-based asset and problem tracking system built for IT departments and helpdesks. It keeps detailed information, both hardware and software, about each computer, as well as a complete history of all work requests ever placed. The IRM development team is proud to announce the release of IRM 1.5.0, the first release of a new line of development for IRM, both in terms of the code produced, the development process, and the frequency of releases.... read more
Thanks to the great work of Matthew Palmer, IRM 1.5.0rc1 is now available for download. This is a beta release and not intended for production use.
IRM 1.4.3 is available for download. Enhancements include:
* Fixed bugs relating to the broken software system. We're looking at about 95% functionality.
* Simplified installation instructions and made various parts of IRM 'smarter'
* Implemented a software based register_globals function
* Fixed bugs relating to the surplus flag and templates
* Numerous small bugfixes throughout the system.
IRM 1.4.0 has just been released. This is the first STABLE version of IRM released in a little under 2 years. There are many new features, as well as streamlining and tweaking of existing functionality. IRM is a Web-based asset and problem tracking system built for IT departments and helpdesks. It keeps detailed information, both hardware and software, about each computer, as well as a complete history of all work requests ever placed.
Sorry for the delay with IRM 1.4.0 -- I've been working on LDAP support of late. Commited the first attempt at LDAP support into CVS (It works with my installation of LDAP), and I want some other developers to look at it (or at least have the opportunity to look at it) before we release and official 1.4.0
The CVS version of IRM has been substantialy updated and is once again deployable (although this is not suggested). Look for a 1.4.0 release within two weeks once all remaining issues are resolved. Work on IRM 2.0, aka xIRM, has been started. More information will soon be made available.
Many bug fixes, in fact all known bugs are fixed. Of particular importance is the fix for the "DateEntered not set" bug that would prevent new work requests from being added.
I don't know how the calculations are done, but it appears we are doing something right with IRM. If you go to the main page at sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net), we are the third most active project today, and have been in the top 15 for the past three or four days.
A new build has been released. Changes:
Since build 2001071103:
- Rewrote the section of code that calculates how long a work request has been open -- this is no longer a mysql query -- important for DB compatability.
- Fixed a "add()" function in the Followups class. If a single quote (') was in a followup, the followup was not added and no error was reported.
- Fixed a bug in the "commit()" function with Tracking
- Fixed a bug that caused the CloseDate not to be set when a work request was marked closed. As a result, all work requests marked old in 1.3.4 (prior to build 2001071401) did not get a close date set.
- Fixed the close date display format -- had not been updated to the new display style.
- Fixed an error with batch adding computers to groups.... read more
New build of 1.3.4, fixes bugs with displaying "SendEmailToAuthor" not set, along with several other Minor bug fixes.
A new build of 1.3.4 was released late yesterday to fix some of the more glaring bugs that were found. If you have already downloaded and installed IRM-1.3.4, simply install this version over the top, modify the irm.inc and config.inc.php files -- do NOT run the setup.php. If you are wanting to upgrade from an old version of IRM, or if you are installing IRM for the first time, follow the instructions found in the docs/INSTALL file after you have downloaded and extracted the files fromt he tarball.
IRM 1.3.4 is now available.
Information Resource Manager (IRM) version 1.3.3 was released today. IRM is a tool designed to aid helpdesks and systems administrators track not only work requests, but also track their inventory of computers, networking equipment, and their software. Important new features in 1.3.3 are a new built in FAQ and a built in Knowledge Base.
Based on the number of requests I have personally received (and personal need) I am adding a knowledge base and FAQ to IRM 1.3.x. The distinction between the KB and the FAQ is that the KB is accessible by technicians and admins only, the FAQ will be a subset of the KB but will be available to the general public. Configurable nested subcategories will be available. Other small changed will also be made over the next week, and 1.3.3 should be released by Friday.
IRM 1.0.3 has been released with some very minor changes, and a big bug fix in the computer-add script.