Kirjuri 0.9.2 changelog

2018-03 Version 0.9.2

  • A few fixes as requested and notified by the users of Kirjuri.
  • Merged good work on the LDAP authentication parts from the good people of Missouri S&T
  • Added a Spanish language file courtesy of QuiQue CiBeRs, thanks!
  • Fixed a bug causing the statistics page to ignore the last day of the year.
  • Updated the following dependencies:
    • picqer/php-barcode-generator (v0.2.1 => v0.2.2)
    • ezyang/htmlpurifier (v4.9.0 => v4.10.0)
    • symfony/polyfill-mbstring (v1.3.0 => v1.7.0)
    • twig/twig (v2.1.0 => v2.4.6)
    • tinymce/tinymce (4.5.2 => 4.7.9)

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