v1.3.x Release Notes¶
The following plugins were renamed and converted to core plugins:
- peek_plugin_search -> peek_core_search
- peek_plugin_user -> peek_core_user
These plugins were converted to provide better integration with the platform.
A new common branch plugin has been created. This plugin will be used to store the details of a branch. The plan is for other plugins that support branches in their models to use this plugin as a common reference, EG, enabling a branch in this plugin will enable it in the diagram, GraphDB, and DocDB
Diagram branches is a now fully implemented
The branches can be enabled or disabled, and are applied on top of the baseline diagram upon each render cycle.
Branches can be edited with the new Diagram Edit feature.
The diagram now also has a print view support and selectable layers.
The Diagram now requires a user login.
Peek now has installation instructions and support for Redhat Enterprise Linux 7 (RHEL7)
Required Dependency Bump¶
Peek required dependencies have been upgraded as follows:
- Oracle client 18.5
OpenLDAP can be installed in MacOS with
brew install openldap
OR Debian Linux
apt-get install openldap-dev
or RHEL Linux
yum instal openldap-devel
Nil, carry on.
Peek v1.3.x does not have support for iOS, this will be updated in a figure release
The windows deployment will change to use Windows Subsystem for Linux in a future release.
Enable New Plugins¶
Update the peek config.json files.
- Edit each of C:Userspeekpeek-XXXX.homeconfig.json
peek_plugin_branchto the start
peek_plugin_enmac_email_narat the end
Start up the Peek Server service, it will rebuild the admin site.
Restart all Peek services.
For windows, restart the
peek-logic-service service then
the agent, worker and client will now start.