Hey everybody!
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webgen 0.5.11 has just been released! If you don't know what webgen is,
read the "What's webgen?" section down below.

This announcement is also available at 
    http://webgen.rubyforge.org/news/release_0_5_11.html

In this release there are two big changes regarding the internals of
webgen:

1. The dependency on facets has been removed since it was only used in
   two or three places and since the facets project is not very stable
   regarding its API.

2. The default markup language used by the webgen is Markdown and the
   default processor for converting Markdown to HTML has been Maruku
   for a long time. However, Maruku has some bugs that need to be
   fixed and although it runs under Ruby 1.9 there are some issues.
   Therefore the new default processor for Markdown will be
   [kramdown][2] from now on. Aside from being actively maintained, it
   is about 5x faster than Maruku and runs on Ruby 1.9 without
   problems.

   This means that if you used the default configuration, you will
   automatically use kramdown from now on. If you still want to use
   Maruku, just change the default processing pipeline for page files:

       default_processing_pipeline:
         Page: erb,tags,maruku,blocks,fragments

   The short name `markdown` now also refers to kramdown instead of
   Maruku.

Aside from the new content processor [kramdown][2], another content
processor for [LESS][3] has been added and the content processor
[head][4] has been updated to handle arbitrary `link` tags. Many bugs
have been fixed in this release as well.

*Note*: All deprecated methods have been removed in this release!
Changes
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* Major changes:

  - Added content processor [kramdown][2] (faster Markdown parser)
  - Added content processor [less][3] (extends CSS with variables,
    mixins, operations, ...)
  - Updated content processor [head][4] to allow the specification of
    arbitrary `link` tags and links to javascript and CSS files by the
    user

* Minor changes:

  - Added a CSS class to the HTML tag of the currently selected
    language of [Tag::Langbar][1] (requested by Damien Robert)
  - Removed dependency on facets
  - All deprecated methods have been removed

* Bug fixes:

  - Fixed atom feed template to produce completely valid feeds
  - Fixed order of feed entries (now sorted from most recent to oldest)
    (reported by Tuomo Valkonen)
  - Fixed error in `SourceHandler::Virtual` when creating virtual
    directories (reported by Tuomo Valkonen)
  - Fixed bug in `ContentProcessor::Blocks`: `context.dest_node` was
    not correctly set when `#render_block` was called via the context
    object
  - Fixed bug in `Sourcehandler::Main`: an error was raised when the
    configuration option `output.do_deletion` was set to `true`
    (reported by Thomas Deselaers)
  - Fixed RF#27075: Typo in webgen documentation (reported by Luis
    Parravicini)
  - Fixed bug which occured when archive-tar-minitar was not installed
  - Fixed CSS bug with sub directories in style bundle
    'andreas07' (reported by Thomas Deselaers)
  - Fixed a bug with path patterns not matching correctly (reported by
    Damien Robert)
  - Fixed bug in `ContentProcessor::Tags` with regard to parsing
    strings/files with a multi-byte encoding under Ruby 1.9 (reported
    by Stefano Crocco)
  - Fixed bug in terminal size detection (webgen CLI now works in Emacs
    shell buffer) (reported by Bob Dobbs)

[1]: http://webgen.rubyforge.org/documentation/tag/langbar.html
[2]: http://webgen.rubyforge.org/documentation/contentprocessor/kramdown.html
[3]: http://webgen.rubyforge.org/documentation/contentprocessor/less.html
[4]: http://webgen.rubyforge.org/documentation/contentprocessor/head.html


What's webgen?
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webgen is a tool to generate static websites by combining content  
with template files. You create one or more template files in which  
you define the layout of your page and where the content should go.  
After that you create page files in which you only define the  
content. You can use a variety of markup languages like Textile or  
Markdown or Haml to define your content and you can add dynamic parts
via ERB or by using webgen tags. This allows the automatic generation
of menus, breadcrumb trails and much more!

Installation
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gem install webgen


Usage
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See http://webgen.rubyforge.org/documentation/