4 Mar 2013 ralsina   » (Master)

Nikola 5.4 is out!

I am thrilled to announce the release of version 5.4 of Nikola, a static site/blog generator

Here's the (incomplete!) changelog for this release [1]:

Features

  • Twitter Card / Open Graph support.
  • Smart math support
  • New soundcould directive
  • Custom "read more" links
  • Better time display, timezone support
  • Better doit integration (Issue #151)
  • Make the whole listings folder browsable (Issue #128)
  • New GZIP_FILES/GZIP_EXTENSIONS options to create gzipped copies of some files (Issue #348)
  • New optional path parameter to new_post command.
  • Wordpress importer: option to not download files
  • Wordpress importer: option to squash newlines
  • Separated BLOG_URL into SITE_URL and BASE_URL
  • Added DISABLED_PLUGINS option (Issue #354)

Bugfixes

  • Added missing </div> in default theme templates.
  • Wordpress import: Description is left empty if no description is found.
  • When running the build command it is now possible to get help.
  • Load jQuery before bootstrap in JS bundle (Issue #327)
  • Generate valid HTML5 for redirects (Issue #276)
  • Fixed "nikola check"
  • Fixed internationalized RSS links
  • Make commands that need to be run in a site fail gracefully (Issue #342)
  • Use localized links on lxml fixer
  • Redirections created during the import from wordpress are now written to conf.py
  • Stop parsing metadata in post file on first blank line
  • Metadata handling cleanups by Tordek
  • Fixed blockquote font size inconsistency
  • Wordpress Import: Do not break indentation (issue #189)
  • Make things work even if SITE_URL has a path (Fix #307)
[1]There are also some extra bits of documentation, and a awesome beta theme called "site-reveal" based on bootstrap and reveal.js!

Syndicated 2013-03-04 18:40:24 from Lateral Opinion

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