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 4.1.0 Contents â€¢ Repairs â€¢ Usability â€¢ Features This release fixes the license and RSS feed validity, and improves usability and entry summarization. 1 Repairs â€¢ The license was non-free because it disallowed selling. â€¢ Headings are now omitted from entry summaries. For example, if your entryâ€™s text starts out with a heading like h1. Introduction then that heading will not be put into the summary. See the config/entry.erb template for details. â€¢ Invalid URI characters in URLs (for sending e-mail comments) were not properly escaped in the RSS feed. 2 Usability â€¢ Added a â€œtrail of bread crumbsâ€, with links to an entryâ€™s tags and archive, just below an entryâ€™s name. This makes it easier to browse entries and find related entries. See the config/entry.erb template for details. â€¢ The â€œEntriesâ€ link now appears just after the â€œHomeâ€ link in the main navigation area because it seems more natural to want to see a listing of all entries after youâ€™ve just seen the most recent ones. 3 Features â€¢ The blog authorâ€™s name (at the bottom of the config/ html.erb template) is now hyperlinked to the comments e-mail address if the e-mail comments are enabled. â€¢ The String.table_of_contents method now accepts a block, which allows for custom processing of the hierarchical structure of an XHTML document.
on 2007-05-05 21:58