Notice: You are browsing the documentation for PrestaShop 8, which is currently in development.You might want to read the documentation for the current version, PrestaShop 1.7.
This should only be done for stable releases.
(i.e. if not for betas and RCs).
This step requires special rights.
Ask a maintainer from the PrestaShop Company with administrative rights on the PrestaShop API repository to perform this step.
Once this step is done, update the Release Tracker GitHub issue by ticking the “Available for upgrade” box.
versions.pyto add the new version and the related php matrix compatibility
prestashop_docker.py generateto generate the new Dockerfiles in the folder
This process is manual, but the Docker images and the projects using them are automatically updated.
It may take a few hours for the images to be updated.
You can update the Release Tracker GitHub issue: step “Docker image” is done.
Check the PrestaShop API content for auto-upgrade module is correct:
Check the PrestaShop localization packs are correct (only needed for major and minor releases):
Check the Addons API content for fresh installs is correct (replace 126.96.36.199 with the version you just released):
Check the new release can be downloaded from the prestashop.com website and GitHub:
Check that if you try to install PrestaShop 1.7.5 from the archive, the installer suggests you install the latest version instead
Check that the release note has been published on the Build Blog
Check that the PrestaShop.com shows the right “latest version”, and the links are correct
Check that the latest release has an available docker image on the Docker repository
Check that the public demo runs on the latest version (a few hours after the docker image release)
The release is now complete, you can close the Relese Tracker GitHub issue.