ITS has posted a hotfix for the most recent beta release of UT Drupal Kit 3.0 (UTDK 3).
The 3.0.0-beta.5.2 release fixes a bug in custom content components that store multiple instances (e.g., links in Quick Links, or lists of Promo Units). If, for example, a Promo Unit was created with multiple instances, then subsequently edited for the purpose of removing one or more instances, other instances that were not intended to be deleted could be lost.
Components that contained the logic error:
- Flex Content Areas
- Photo Content Areas
- Promo Lists
- Promo Units
- Quick Links
- Social Links
Once a site is updated to 3.0.0-beta.5.2, existing content will no longer be susceptible to this issue.
UPDATING AN EXISTING CODEBASE
Please visit the UT Drupal Kit 3 documentation for complete release notes and instructions for updating an existing beta codebase using Composer. Always be sure to check for available database updates after updating the codebase.
A NOTE ABOUT BETA RELEASES
This is a beta release for the next major version of the UT Drupal Kit. Betas are good testing targets for developers and site builders who are comfortable reporting (and where possible, fixing) their own bugs. Beta releases are not recommended for non-technical users, nor for production websites.
HOW DO I GET STARTED WITH UTDK 3?
The first thing anyone interested in starting with UTDK 3 should do is to head over to our brand-new documentation site:
The “What is the UT Drupal Kit?” chapter contains detailed explanations of what the Kit contains, as well as a list of differences between versions 2 and 3.
The “Getting Started” chapter includes technical requirements for running version 3, as well as detailed instructions for setting up an environment on your own local workstation, a LAMP server, or Pantheon.
If you run into problems or have questions, please check the “Support” page for available support options.
The 3.x (Drupal 8) branch of the UT Drupal Kit is updated on a bi-monthly maintenance release schedule, with releases targeted for the second Tuesday of odd-numbered months. The next planned release is UT Drupal Kit 3.0.0-beta.6, due on July 14, 2020. Please see 2020 Release Schedule for UT Drupal Kit for more details.