Rassmalog is a static blog engine based on RSS 2.0, YAML, and Textile. It features an extensible blog formatting mechanism, easy configuration, and automatic tagging, archiving, syntax coloring, and table of contents. Web site: http://rassmalog.rubyforge.org ------------------------------------------------------------ Version 4.0.0 Contents â€¢ Caution â€¢ Repairs â€¢ Usability This release improves usability and XHTML validity, resolves some inconsistencies, and comes with a more permissive license. 1 Caution â€¢ The String.table_of_contents method no longer accepts arguments. â€¢ The input/images/mozilla/feed-icon.png file is now located at input/images/feed-icon-28x28.png. â€¢ The String.table_of_contents method no longer appears in the config/format.rb file because it has been incorporated into the core of Rassmalog. â€¢ Rassmalog is now developed under a more permissive license that better reflects my ethical beliefs than the previous license. 2 Repairs â€¢ XHTML anchors, generated for section headings and the table of contents, are now valid. They also preserve non-ASCII characters, so Unicode text is fully supported. â€¢ The name and menu parameters from config/blog.yaml are now processed by String.to_html when generating HTML. As a result, you can now use Textile (or whatever formatting scheme your String.to_html method supports) markup in those parametersâ€™ values. â€¢ The copy task no longer creates redundant subdirectories in output/ when the destination already exists. 3 Usability â€¢ Just as a link in the table of contents takes you directly to a section, a section numbers now takes you directly to its associated link in the table of contents. In the past, all section numbers took you to the head of the table of contents, which was not very useful when the table of contents was long. â€¢ The end of an entryâ€™s text is now clearly marked by a thick black bar.
on 2007-04-17 10:32