Sunday, November 04, 2012

Jules 0.2 Released

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I've released version 0.2 of Jules today, which is actually the first packaged version released. There are no users other than me, so no care was taken in backwards compatibility and this is less announcing a new verison and more an announcement of the project as a whole.

Jules is a static blog generator named after a victorian-ish era literary or intellectual character, because that's a trendy thing to do. (Jekyl, Hyde, Nikola, etc.)

The design is flexible and plugin-oriented. Much of the built-in functionality is available through a set of plugins, which creates an architecture very prone to adaptation and customization. One of the major goals (though not yet reached) is template impartiality.

Today, Jules is a very capable little static website generator you may find useful for your personal, project, or organization site.

You can install Jules easily with
 
pip install jules

Which will install the latest version from PyPI.

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