see release notes on mojoportal.com http://www.mojoportal.com/mojoportal-2381-released
Note that we have separate deployment packages for .NET 3.5 and .NET 4.0, but we recommend you to use .NET 4, we will probably drop support for .NET 3.5 once .NET 4.5 is available
The deployment package downloads on this page are pre-compiled and ready for production deployment, they contain no C# source code and are not intended for use in Visual Studio.
To download the source code see getting the latest source code using TortoiseHG
I don't recommend downloading the source code from the source code tab here on codeplex, when people do that they often report weird things not working correctly, its best to get the source code using TortoiseHG.
Updated 2012-03-02 fixed a bug in the SQL CE data layer that caused an error after saving a draft in the html content feature. The only file in the package that was changed is /bin/mojoPortal.Data.dll
Updated 2012-02-03 fixed a bug in the SQL CE data layer for the forums, only the SQL CE package was updated and the only file that changes is mojoPortal.Features.Data.dll
Updated 2012-02-02 fixed a bug where if using Excerpt mode in the blog the post list was using an auto-generated excerpt even when an excerpt was explicitely created in the editor. The only file that changed in this update was /bin/mojoPortal.Features.Business.dll
Updated 2012-02-01 fixed a bug where if the view roles on a feature instance were set to Administrators and Content Administrators, Content Administrators were not able to view it. fixed a bug where the image cropper did not work if mojoPortal was installed in a virtual directory rather than a root web site. The only file that changed is /bin/mojoPortal.Web.dll
Updated 2012-01-30 commented out the <staticContent> section in Web.config as it was causing errors in some installations. Each package was updated but the Web.config files are the only files that changed in this update.
Updated 2012-01-27 fixed a bug where an error would happen on the manage users page if using encrypted passwords and the user did not have a password salt. This problem only affected upgraded sites that use encrypted passwords. All the packages were updated, but the only file that changed in each package is the /Bin/mojoPortal.Web.dll