3.5.1 Release Notes#


  • The Monitoring plugin now supports projects and sources statistics.

  • Add loading button state CSS and class called button-loading.

  • Search Bar Widget implemented in React.js.

  • Add MLflow and its dependencies packages.

  • Package conda (miniforge).

Bug Fixes#

  • Do not highlight sub-terms on PDFs.

  • Keep sidebar state when moving between items in item detail view.

  • Fix the dropdown mode of Tabs widget is misplaced to the left of the widget.

  • Fix the preview of Excel files when the file had a numeric header

  • Fix opensearch plugin missing dependency (feedwerk)

  • Dates and times in AI studio & Data Sources should now be displayed in the correct timezone based on the user’s browser

  • [QA-Widget] Multiple graphical bug fixes and small performance improvement

  • Fix a bug preventing Engagement Map widget from loading

  • Fix error handling for ML template selection

  • Fix issue that after some time, the refresh token in Atlassian plugins is not valid any more

  • If the NLP parse fails, it shouldn’t use the query as enriched

  • Fix the floating buttons in AI Studio (add, back, …) are cut off in half

  • Make possible to create a source without related asset. It allows uploading items using ItemUploader without checking permissions

  • [AIS] Fix the PDF viewer toolbar breaks visually under increased browser zoom

  • Fix several styling bugs around the creation project side panel

  • Rollback result list in item detail comparison view

  • Fix React pie chart being loaded when react widgets are disabled

  • PDF Item detail and comparison view have been improved to match design specifications

Breaking Changes#

  • Rename Tags, Keywords, and Facets into Labels, remove Labels toggle, add white background to Labels placeholder in the item detail

Installation and Upgrade#

You will have to resolve at least the following config files when upgrading from Squirro 3.3.0

  • /etc/nginx/conf.d/ssl.inc

  • /etc/squirro/common.ini

For new installations, please follow the Installing Squirro on Linux instructions.

To upgrade an existing installation, please consult Upgrading Squirro.