~brettgilio/org-webring

2.0.0 15 days ago .tar.gz browse log

This is the marked release for EmacsConf 2020!

Long live free software!

1.9.8-rc4 a month ago .tar.gz browse log

This is the fourth iteration of the 2.0.0 release candidate

New changes:
Time encoding locale overrides.
Fix ox-hugo preemption for Emacs < 27.x
Create a customization option for attribution prefix.

Old changes:
Allow summary to be disabled.
Correction of HTML/XML validation.
Add more CSS options.
Correct paragraph problem for ox-hugo users.
Truncation of long syndicate names.
Fix iOS/Webkit CSS problems.
Add autoloading for functions.
Polish planet CSS.
CSS hover stylization.
Post pinning.
Post filtering.
Better error messages.
Strictness of RFC 2822 dates.

2.0.0 release is scheduled for coincide with EmacsConf 2020.

1.9.7-rc3 a month ago .tar.gz browse log

This is the third iteration of the 2.0.0 release candidate

New changes:
Allow summary to be disabled.
Correction of HTML/XML validation.
Add more CSS options.
Correct paragraph problem for ox-hugo users.

Previous changes:
Truncation of long syndicate names
Fix iOS/Webkit CSS problems
Add autoloading for functions
Polish planet CSS
CSS hover stylization
Post pinning
Post filtering
Better error messages
Strictness on RFC 2822 dates

2.0.0 release is scheduled to coincide with EmacsConf2020

1.9.6-rc2 a month ago .tar.gz browse log

This is the second iteration of the 2.0.0 release candidate

New changes:
Truncation of long syndicate names
Fix iOS/Webkit CSS problems
Add autoloading for functions
Polish planet CSS

Previous changes:
CSS Hover Stylizations
Post Pinning
Post Filtering
Better error messages
Strict RFC 2822

2.0.0 release is scheduled to coincide with EmacsConf2020

1.9.5-rc1 a month ago .tar.gz browse log

This is the first iteration of the 2.0.0 release candidate.

We have implemented additional CSS stylization, added support for
post-pinning, as well as post-filtering. Additionally, there is
better support for RFC 2822, with supplemented error catching.

Errors are now more descriptive, and give the user an indication
on how to report issues with feeds to their upstream administrator.

2.0.0 is release is scheduled to coincide with EmacsConf2020.

1.9 2 months ago .tar.gz browse log

This is a minor release patching some bugs with ATOM,
and adding the Planet functionality.

Thanks to all those who have committed to this project
in these new 46 commits.

1.6 3 months ago .tar.gz browse log

This is a minor release addressing a set
of bugs regarding the parsing of ATOM
attributes. Special thanks to the work
of Jamie Beardslee and Alexandru-Sergiu
Marton for the work involved.

Emacs 25.1 has been set as the minimum
version as of this tag.

No new public functions or variables
are introduced in this tag. This tag
reflects the work of 6 commits by Brett
Gilio, Alexandru-Sergiu Marton, and
Jamie Beardslee.

Courteous thanks to all who have reviewed
the code, and used it on their own
websites/blogs.

1.5 3 months ago .tar.gz browse log

This is a minor release containing the
full implementation of fetching, parsing,
and returning formatted ATOM feeds. Most
of the work on this tag was done generously
by Jamie Beardslee.

Of particular note in this tag is the default
and fallback parsing of the extracted ATOM time
elements. Currently the default method is to
use the built-in ISO 8601 function
`iso8601-parse' which was introduced in
GNU Emacs 27. To continue to support previous
versions of GNU Emacs, the fallback is a less
elegant `split-string' and `substring' extraction
which should be just as effective but is not as
cheap as the official ISO 8601 implementation.

No new functions or variables are introduced
in this tag. This tag reflects the work
of 15 commits by Brett Gilio,
Alexandru-Sergiu Marton, and Jamie Beardslee.

Courteous thanks to all who have reviewed the
code, and used it on their own websites/blogs.

1.3 3 months ago .tar.gz browse log

This is a minor release fixing a few bugs, restructuring some variables as constants, and adding a few extra functionalities.

Thanks to all who helped with this release, Alexandru-Sergiu Marton and Ivan Sokolov.

This release represents 14 commits.

1.0 3 months ago .tar.gz browse log

First release of org-webring. Thank you to: Jamie Beardslee, Amin Bandali, Ivan Sokolov, and Alexandru-Sergiu Marton. Additional thanks to the many who reviewed the code for this first release, answered questions, and proof read!

Branches

feature/planet
1ef1ab27 — Brett Gilio 2 months ago
feature/reuse-nnrss-parts
feature/variables-for-attribution
feature/better-copy-css