This update contains new features including custom SMTP email support, enhanced user role control for admin, a dedicated tab for viewing active orders in the admin panel, and default plugin support. The chat user interface has been updated with a new name (Trollbox) and supports different types of emojis. There are also string updates for Korean and English for better readability and general bug fixes and performance improvements.
Please check the changelog for more details on these changes.
HollaEx Kit relies on Git for managing and hosting code and supports Git commands for managing your repo for the new updates.
git pull origin master is pretty much the entire process for updating your kit. Follow this guide to avoid code conflicts and making sure that the update goes as expected.
Before starting, commit and changes you've made to your kit.
git add -A && git commit -m "my-commit-message"
git pull origin master
This command will pull the latest Kit from GitHub. Current latest version is v1.1.
You might face some conflicts due to the changes you made on your HollaEx Kit, including settings files configurations. Fix the conflicts through your code editor. You will most likely face conflicts with these three files:
templates/local/nginx/nginx.conf - Nginx configuration file for HollaEx Exchange.
settings/configmap - Configmap file for HollaEx Exchange configuration.
settings/secret - Secret file for HollaEx Exchange configuration.
Accept the current change of it to keep your current Nginx configuration.
Accept the incoming change to add new Configmap values which have been added on latest Kit update.
Accept the current change to keep your secrets. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.
hollaex upgrade --version 1.20.3
This command will upgrade your exchange's HollaEx Core to the latest v1.20.3. If the HollaEx CLI also requires an update, it will be installed before the actual HollaEx Core upgrade.
Once the CLI upgrade is done, run
hollaex upgrade --version 1.20.3 to upgrade the HollaEx Core to v1.20.3.
Follow the upgrade process with the CLI. Once it's all done, you'll be able to see the new HollaEx Core version number has been changed at
/v1/health API endpoint.
If something went wrong, you can ask questions at bitHolla Forum with printed error logs to get a community's help.