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Awestruct 0.5.6 Released

It’s been a while since we’ve done a release announcement, I’m sorry.

We’ve just released Awestruct 0.5.6! Thank you everyone who has helped not only this release, but also the previous ones as well, we really do appreciate the community and the help!

You can see the full log at Milestone 0.5.6. For those interested in the actual commit history, it can be found at GitHub.

There were 28 bugs squashed in this release, 7 in 0.5.5, 58 in 0.5.4, and 1 in 0.5.3 for a grand total of 94 bugs squashed in the past two years! You can see all the issues fixed by looking at the different milestones.

Homepage

http://awestruct.org

Download

http://rubygems.org/gems/awestruct

Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to Awestruct and those of you who use it, help others to use it and/or evangelize the technology. We’re honored to have you as part of the community!

Now go create awesome sites!

Awestruct 0.5.2 Released

We’re on a roll with Awestruct: 0.5.2!

This was mainly a bug fix release again, however, we did slip in a few small improvements. You can see the full log at Milestone 0.5.2. For those interested in the actual commit history, it can be found at GitHub. Here are the list of bug fixes:

  • Fixing the missing bootstrap-affix.js file, done by upgrading the bootstrap-sass version

  • git is no longer required for deployment unless it’s checking for uncommitted changes

  • Version range of dependencies is better. We many have swung too far on this, let us know.

  • asciidoctor tests have been fixed

  • Returning 404 pages if the requested index page cannot be found

The smaller list of improvements:

  • Adding a default Gemfile on init

  • You can exclude paths from the Indexifier extension based on a regexp

  • minification is less chatty

    Homepage

    http://awestruct.org

    Download

    http://rubygems.org/gems/awestruct

Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to Awestruct and those of you who use it, help others to use it and/or evangelize the technology. We’re honored to have you as part of the community!

Now go create awesome sites!

Awestruct 0.5.1 Released

Hot off the press is another version of Awestruct: 0.5.1!

This was mainly a bug fix. You can see the full log at https://github.com/awestruct/awestruct/issues?milestone=7&page=1&state=closed. For those interested in the actual commit history, it can be found at https://github.com/awestruct/awestruct/compare/0.5.0…​0.5.1. The main fixes (and one enhancement) are detailed below:

  • Deploy task in the Rakefile is fixed

  • Layout in the Posts extension is now post

  • Support for Zurb Foundation (http://foundation.zurb.com)

    Homepage

    http://awestruct.org

    Download

    http://rubygems.org/gems/awestruct

Foundation Support

Foundation is another CSS framework similar to 960, blueprint, or Twitter Bootstrap. It be use at the start of project creation:

$ awestruct -i -f foundation

Automated Build and Deploy

I’d like to highlight a new documentation section that was added between the 0.5.0 and this release: Automated deployment to GitHub Pages by Dan Allen. This documents how to easily get a site up and running and published on GitHub pages, but it doesn’t stop there! Dan demonstrates how to use Travis to do automatic site deployment on git commit! It’s never been easier to publish an Awestruct site.

Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to Awestruct and those of you who use it, help others to use it and/or evangelize the technology. We’re honored to have you as part of the community!

Now go create awesome sites!