3.5.2 is out with 6 great bug fixes, most notably one which should dramatically speed up generation of your site! In testing #6266, jekyllrb.com generation when from 18 seconds down to 8! Here is the full line-up of fixes:
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We’ve released a few bugfixes in the form of v3.5.1 today:
Good news! Nearly 400 commits later, Jekyll 3.5.0 has been released into the wild. Some new shiny things you might want to test out:
Another one-PR patch update as we continue our quest to destroy all bugs. A fairly technical debriefing follows, but the TLDR is that we have updated the uri_escape filter to more closely follow the pre-v3.4.0 behavior.
Another one-PR patch update, though without the same lessons as for the previous release.
Conformity is a confounding thing.
Hey there! We have a quick update of Jekyll for you to enjoy this January. Packed full of bug fixes as usual, thanks to the tireless efforts of our exceptional Jekyll community. Three changes to call out:
Hello! We have a bugfix release of Jekyll hot off the presses for you. Key fixes to call out:
There are tons of great new quality-of-life features you can use in 3.3. Three key things you might want to try:
Jekyll’s Google Summer of Code Project has concluded. After three months of hard (but fun) work with my mentors @benbalter, @jldec, and @parkr, I’m proud to announce Jekyll Admin’s initial release. Jekyll admin is a Jekyll plugin that provides users with a traditional CMS-style graphical interface t...
Well, 3.2.0 has been a success, but with one fatal flaw: it doesn’t work on Windows! Sorry, Windows users. Hot on the trail of 3.2.0, this release should squash that :bug:. Sorry about that!