Swiss developer Obinary Ltd. has released
Magnolia 2.0, the latest version of its open-source content management system. This upgrade adds desktop-like functionality to Magnolia’s browser-based interface, such as dragging and dropping elements and right-clicking to bring up contextual menus, and is based on the JSR-170 standard for the Java Content Repository API, which increases its speed and responsiveness. In addition, Magnolia 2.0 features a modular architecture that allows users to expand it. While Obinary doesn’t give the minimum version of Mac OS X required, it does say that Magnolia 2.0 works in Firefox 1.0 and Netscape 7, with limited usage available in Safari 1.2. It does not work with Microsoft Internet Explorer.