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Released Datenstrom Yellow 0.7.6 #357

markseu opened this Issue Aug 29, 2018 · 4 comments


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markseu commented Aug 29, 2018

What's new:

  • performance improvements and refactoring
  • added file bundler for CSS and JavaScript
  • added image optimisation for uploaded files
  • added alternative Markdown parser, experimental for now
  • updated syntax highlight parser, smaller and faster
  • updated image gallery, captions from text settings
  • updated coding standard for plugins and themes

Do you have questions? Something not working? Let us know. 😄

@markseu markseu added the news label Aug 29, 2018


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BsNoSi commented Sep 3, 2018

wikirecent doesn't work after update (0.7.4 → 0.7.6).

Has to be replaced with wikichanges


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schulle4u commented Sep 3, 2018

Same for recent blog entries (blogrecent is now blogchanges). The new shortcut actually isn't new, compatibility with old shortcuts was removed. I personally prefer the old one to be honest.


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markseu commented Sep 3, 2018

Sorry that was my fault. These shortcuts have been changed in February 2018, somehow it didn't make it into the release notes. As Steffen said, backwards compatibility has been removed this release.


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BsNoSi commented Sep 3, 2018

I think, "changes" is different to "recent", regardless of the fact that they were used as synonyms in YELLOW.

  • "recent" are the latest new files
  • "changes" ar changed ("modified") files

Therefore, "changes" is the correct naming for the function. "recent" – from this point of view – never existed.

@markseu markseu closed this Sep 28, 2018

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