ABlog v0.10 is released with the main focus being to support the latest version of Sphinx as well as Python 3 only support.
Added example on how to use writing blog posts in Jupyter notebooks. Several fixes provived by anzawatta, sorry I was late to release these!
To add support for Notebooks to your Ablog instance, you need to configure your
docs/conf.py (or whereever your
conf.py is located.
ABlog v0.8.3 is released to bring you recent enhancements:
ABlog v0.8.1 is released to fix atom feed linking in HTML header (issue 54).
ABlog v0.8.0 is released with additions and changes:
ABlog v0.7.12 (and also v0.7.11) maintenance release are available.
ABlog v0.7.10 is released to resolve Sphinx JSON/Pickle builder issues related to serialization.
ABlog v0.7.8 is released to fix a Python 2 issue that appears when creating collection pages that contain non-ascii characters in their names (issue 45) and filename escaping issue when committing changes using ablog deploy command (pull request 44). Thanks to uralbash for these contributions.
ABlog v0.7.7 is released to fix path resolving issue 41 that arose when cross-references were used in post excerpts, and also post redirect issue in templates.
ABlog v0.7.6 is released to fix path resolving issue that arose when
:excerpts: is used in
postlist directive. Once again, thanks
to Peter Mills for reporting this issue. Other minor changes are:
ABlog v0.7.5 is released to fix Windows specific path resolving issue with archive pages. Thanks to Peter Mills for reporting this issue.
If being away from your personal computer is holding you back from blogging, keep reading. This post will show you how to automate builds and deploys using Travis CI. Once you set this up, all you need to do post an article will be pushing to GitHub or creating a new file on GitHub.com from any computer!
ABlog v0.7.1 is released to fix Python 3 import issues in ablog serve command.
ABlog v0.7.0 is released to fix the long standing issue 1 related to pickling of Sphinx build environment on Read The Docs. Improvements also resolved issues with using LaTeX builder, improved cross-referencing for non-html builders.
Wouldn’t you like your blog being rebuilt and served to you automatically
as you are blogging on a sunny Sunday afternoon? It’s now possible with the
ablog serve command.
ABlog v0.6.4 comes with improved
ablog serve command that helps you
Watch Yourself Blogging.
ABlog v0.6.3 comes with Russian localisation and following enhancements:
ABlog v0.6.1 is released with improvements to
ablog deploy command.
It will add
.nojekyll file when needed to deployments to GitHub pages.
If you are looking for a place to publish your blog, GitHub Pages might be the place for you.
:excerpts: option to
This short walk through of blogging work flow assumes that you have already installed ABlog. If not, see Installation guide.
ablog commands are for streamlining blog operations, i.e. building, serving,
and viewing blog pages, as well as starting a new blog.
ABlog v0.4 is released. This version comes with the following improvements and bug fixes:
ABlog v0.3.1 is a minor release to fix two issues in templates:
ABlog v0.3 is released. This version comes with the following core improvements:
ABlog v0.2.3 is a bug fix release that solves broken links (issue 13) and non-unique post IDs problems atom feeds.
ABlog v0.2.2 is a bug fix release that solves broken links problem in post lists (issue 12).
ABlog v0.2.1 is a bug fix release that solves duplicated content problem in full text atom feeds.
ABlog v0.2 is released. This version comes with several new features:
post directive can be used multiple times in a single page
to create multiple posts of different sections of the document.
ABlog v0.1 is released.
This post describes how to choose an excerpt and an image image for a post to be displayed in archive pages.
ABlog creates references to all post and archive pages. Posts can be
cross-referenced using the name of the file, or when the file is named
index, the name of the folder that contains the file.
This post describes ABlog configuration options that go in Sphinx build configuration file.