Well, actually the Typo3 7 LTS versions were available for a couple of months through my Github repositories of cwmobileredirect and cwenvbanner already, however I never found the time to upload them to TER. Finally I found some time to upload it, so here you go:
cwmobileredirect on TER
cwenvbanner on TER
The new versions do not include any new features, I did some cleanup though, so Typo3 4.x is no longer supported. Please just stick with the old versions of the extensions in case you are still using one of these ancient Typo3 installations.
Besides Typo3 7 compatibility and cleanup I spend some time on making them work with a Composer based Typo3 installation (the outcome can be found on Github as well) and Travis CI. Since I only work on these extensions occasionally, this will surely help me in with the Typo3 8 LTS versions (which I hope to get done a bit earlier this time :-)).
Version 1.4.4 of cwmobileredirect has just been released. It now officially supports Typo3 6.2. There are no other new features or bugfixes, so if you don’t want to use it with 6.2, you don’t need to update.
By the way: cwmobileredirect has now been downloaded over 4.000 times – thanks 🙂
After more than two years of no active development on my Typo3-Extension cwmobileredirect I decided to release a new version, because it is still in use by quite some people. I’m really glad it was helpful for others so far!
Amongst small bugfixes and changes it is now prepared for Typo3 6.x and comes with a handy update script which will allow easier updates in the future.
For those of you who have not yet heard of this cwmobileredirect (there might be one or two people still out there): this little extension, that was developed in the Pre-Responsive-Web-Era, detects mobile devices and redirects the user appropriately. Actually it does a little more, so if you’re interested you can read more in the official Typo3 Repository (TER): http://typo3.org/extensions/repository/view/cwmobileredirect.