BlazeBlogger 1.1.0 has been released! Among few bug fixes and several usability improvements, this release features enhanced RSS feed creation, support for both HTML and XHTML standards, and improved index page.
This update features the following enhancements:
- Older blog posts are now easily accessible from the index page itself.
The configuration file now supports the
user.nicknameconfiguration option, allowing a user to use a different name for blog posts and the copyright notice.
blaze-config, blaze-add, and blaze-edit now
--editorcommand line option, allowing a user to specify a custom text editor.
Depending on the
core.doctypeconfiguration option, blaze-make now produces both valid HTML and XHTML output.
feed.fullpostsoption has been added to the configuration, allowing a user to enable inclusion of the whole content of a blog post in the RSS feed.
feed.postsoption has been added to the configuration, allowing a user to customize a number of blog posts to be listed in the RSS feed.
- The source package newly contains a command wrapper for Windows. Many thanks to Sergey Kuznetsov, who has kindly provided it!
- The localization files are now part of the official distribution.
- The Bash completion file is now part of the official distribution.
Additionally, this update also fixes the following bugs:
- Previously, the RSS feed produced by BlazeBlogger did not contain the “encoding” attribute. Consequent to this, the feed may have been rendered incorrectly when the blog used a different code page than the default UTF-8. With this release, the RSS feed has been extended, and the XML header now defines the character encoding as expected.
Previously, blog post and page headers contained a grave accent (that
`), which may have caused the syntax highlighting to be rendered incorrectly in certain text editors. This has been fixed, and the grace accent has been replaced with an apostrophe (that is,