Finalmente, dopo mesi di attesa spasomodica, di lavoro
notturno, e un ultimo mese di test, debug e, documentazione, oggi, 2 marzo 2006,
è stato rilasciata la versione 1.0 di SubText, codename Nautilus.
Riporto qui parte del post ufficiale:
There are many small improvements both under the hood and in the UI. Here are
some of the highlights...
- Web Based Installer - Installs the database schema and stored procedures.
- BlogML Support -
Import and export your blog data to and from other blogs that support this new
- .TEXT 0.95 Import Wizard - This is a direct database to database import.
- Host Admin Tool -
Use this to manage multiple blogs
- Improved multi-blog support. Read the configuration docs for more details.
- Improved Documentation - We’ve gone out of our way to improve documentation as
much as possible.
- Logging Console - The first iteration of this console
displays error messages in the admin section. You can update the
Log4Net.config file to change logging levels.
These were designed to spiff up the look of Subtext and remove some of the
headaches in .TEXT
Under the hood
- New Skins- We added some spiffy new skins for your
- Recent Comments Skin Control - Display recent comments on your blog (requires editing a
skin if it doesn’t have the control already).
- Multiple Comment Deletion - Rather than deleting comments one at a time, check them
off and delete them in bulk.
- Single Web.config file - There’s only one web.config file to worry about.
- Comments disabled after N days - Where N is an integer of your chosing zero or larger.
- Comments throttling - Specify a delay between comments as well as filter out
exact duplicates. This is good for those repetitive spam bot attacks.
- Edit Link Control - when logged in as an admin, an edit
link appears next to post titles (requires editing a skin if it doesn’t have
the control already).
This is for you developers out there. Holla!
- Unit Tests - We
added a bunch of unit tests (using MbUnit) to the codebase. We are by no means
where we want to be regarding code coverage, but it is a step in the right
- NDoc - We
included an NDoc file and compiled help file of the code base.
- FxCop - We have
way too many FxCop violations, but at least we know we do via our FxCop
- NAnt Build File -
Build the entire solution from the command line. Choosing the “doc” target
builds a compiled help file.
- RFC3229 Delta Encoding - Potentially saves on bandwidth once clients start
implementing their side of the protocol.
- RSS GZIP Compression - Compress that baby.
- Fixed MetaBlogAPI - Fixed a few bugs with the MetaBlogAPI
implementation. You can now edit blog posts via w.Bloggar.
Da parte mia un grazie di cuore a Phil Haack per avermi ammesso nel team di
sviluppo e per avermi dato la possibilità di fare qualcosa di utile per la
comunità di blogger amanti di .NET.
Ora chiedo il vostro aiuto: scaricate la release, guardate le screencast d'installazione, testate, e reportate i bugs o a me o direttamente sul progetto su SourceForge.
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