[ANN] Rassmalog 5.1.0

Rassmalog is a static blog engine based on YAML, eRuby, and
Rake. It transforms blog entries written in Textile or
other formatting systems into valid XHTML files that are
user friendly in both graphical and text-only web browsers.

        http://rassmalog.rubyforge.org

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Version 5.1.0

Contents

• Thanks
• Caution
• Features
• Repairs
• Usability

This release fixes several defects and increases the
scriptability of blog entries.

1 Thanks

Josef ‘Jupp’ Schugt reported defects, contributed patches,
and suggested features.

2 Caution

• The RSS feed now contains only the most recent entries
of your blog. {Jupp}

3 Features

• An @entry variable is now available for use within a
blog entry’s text parameter. This variable gives
information about the blog entry, such as its input and
output file names, its tags, date, and so on.

4 Repairs

• strftime("%Z") does not always produce numerical
output. As a result, the RSS feed was not always
passing the feed validator. {Jupp}

• String.to_html now removes tags around acronyms,
which are added by RedCloth. These tags cause unwanted
HTML code to appear when acronyms are used in the title
of a web page or RSS feed items. {Jupp}

• Entries were always summarized on the ‘recent entries’
page, regardless of the summarize_entries configuration
parameter. {Jupp}

• Anchor links in a blog entry’s summary now correctly
take you inside the entry’s web page.

• HTML tags are now removed from the HTML anchors of
headings in the table of contents.

5 Usability

• Added CSS style for the “Read more…” link. {Jupp}

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