Railo - History - Release History

Release History

Major version
(Codename)
Minor version Release date Notes
0 Alpha 1 2004-04-10 The first official release of the Railo CFML engine.
Alpha 2 2004-05-18
Alpha 3 2004-08-03
Alpha 4 2004-10-21
Beta 1 2005-01-16 The first beta release of Railo.
Beta 2 2005
Beta 3 2005
RC1 2005-09-23 The first release candidate of Railo was presented to the German CFUG in Munich.
1.0 1.0.0.000 2006-04
2.0 2.0.0.000 2007-09-10
2.0.1.000
2.0.2.000
3.0 3.0.0.000 2008-09-09
3.0.1.000
3.0.2.000
3.0.3.000
3.1

(Barry)

3.1.0.000 2009-08-12 First Open Source release of Railo.
3.1.1.000 2009-08-11
3.1.2.000 2010-11-26
3.2

(Greyfriars Bobby)

3.2.1.000 2011-12-24
3.2.2.000 2011-03-18
3.2.3.000 2011-06-10
3.3

(Hachiko)

3.3.1.000 2011-11-03 Added built-in support for ORM and many other features.
3.3.4.003 2012-06-25
4.0

(Appollo)

4.0.0.013 2012-07-02
4.0.3.006 2013-02-21 Current stable release of Railo
4.1

(Endal)

4.1.0.004 2012-03-01 Beta version
4.2

(Togo)

4.2.0.000 n/a Alpha version

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