This edition of the Core Weekly report highlights changes in PrestaShop’s core codebase from Monday 29th of April to Sunday 5th of May 2019.

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Dear Developers,

The team is currently working on a Beta release. If you are interested to follow the work on the 1.7.6, below are three interesting links on GitHub:

  • The 1.7.6 roadmap, this is a dedicated kanban used for the release’s project management
  • The milestone, where you can see what is currently open, and the work already closed (more than 800 items to date)
  • You can also filter by type: issues (208 closed + open to date) or pull requests (635 closed + open to date)

If you want to compare, below are the equivalent links for two previous releases:

So, now, you know how to check that PrestaShop will be a huge release!

And that doesn’t include the work carried out for the modules: this is only for the core. You can find some inspiration from the links in the next section of this core weekly to track the work done on the entire project.

A quick update about PrestaShop’s GitHub issues and pull requests:

Code changes in the ‘develop’ branch (for


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  • #13495: Add behat tests for customer Commands and Queries (part 1), by @matks

Code changes in the “1.7.6.x” branch (for v1.7.6.0)


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Front office



Code changes in the ‘1.7.5.x’ branch (for



  • #13583: Fix selector in E2E tests for addons catalog page and another one in the autoupgrade test. Thank you @nesrineabdmouleh

Code changes in the ‘1.6.1.x’ branch (for


Code changes in modules, themes & tools

Auto upgrade


Improvements of readme and license files in modules repositories

Product Comments

  • #26: New 4.0.0 version compatible with PrestaShop 1.7.6+, by @jolelievre

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Changes in Documentation

Thank you to the contributors whose pull requests were merged since the last Core Weekly Report: @MathiasReker, @nesrineabdmoule, @rateforx, @rokaszygmantas, @sarjon, @Scritik, @Shiryu75, @zuk3975!

Thank you to the contributors whose PRs haven’t been merged yet! And of course, a big thank you to all those who contribute with issues and comments on GitHub!

If you want to contribute to PrestaShop with code, please read these pages first:

…and if you do not know how to fix an issue but wish to report it, please read this: How to use GitHub to report an issue. Thank you!

Happy contributin’ everyone!