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License
New BSD License
Lastest release
version 0.3.5 on Jan 9th, 2014

Pyrone is a lightweight and simple personal blog-like CMS application written in Python and Pyramid framework.

Features

  • basic blog functions: writing new articles, article discussions;
  • internal files storage;
  • backup & restore functions;
  • Markdown language support for articles and discussions;
  • external authentication: twitter, openid etc.

First run

Default administrator login is: admin and password is setup.

License

Pyrone is licensed under New BSD License license terms.

Authors

Pyrone is written by Sergey Stolyarov.

Pyrone uses some icons by Yusuke Kamiyamane. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. <http://p.yusukekamiyamane.com/>

0.3.5

  • new icons (from http://p.yusukekamiyamane.com/)
  • languages selector moved to site settings and removed from account panel
  • pages list is now language independent
  • comment form is disabled now when posting process is in progress
  • fixed broken tags cloud
  • fixed incorrect pager links for "tag" pages

0.3.4

  • major documentation update
  • new sample configuration files

0.3.3

  • major code cleanup (PEP-8)
  • fixed twitter authentication (issue 43)

0.3.2

  • added simple article markup editor
  • fixed issue #35: Add code blocks syntax highlighter
  • article action links replaced with images
  • new article markup instructions
  • translation fixes

0.3.1

  • fixed issue #40: broken next/prev link on "tag" pages
  • fixed issue #8: handle url that ends with slash
  • fixed issue #41: added site search widget

0.3

  • default mysql engine driver changed to MySQL-python from pymysql
  • frontend has been moved to jQuery from Ext.Core
  • some minor admin gui improvements (more handy settings page)
  • tunable social services buttons
  • added backups download
  • translation fixes
  • internals: new password hashing method
  • internals: new role-based users system
  • internals: backup version is 1.1 now, old backups are supported

0.2.16

  • css styles update
  • added product version to admin page
  • product version is now stored in the module pyrone, not in setup.py
  • resolved issue #12

0.2.15

  • fixed issue #36: tags cloud is not updated after post update/create
  • fixed issue: error 503 on attempt to open picture

0.2.14

  • minor fix in default styles

0.2.13

  • fixed issue #34, also completely rewritten caching (using uwsgi caching framework)
  • limit to article length increased up to 16 MB (use MEDIUMTEXT for mysql db)
  • UI improvements (new font, new dynamic headers and control links)

0.2.12

  • translation fixes
  • issue #34: pages widget not working properly

0.2.11

  • added python markdown extension def_list to support definitions lists (html DL tags)

0.2.10

  • dummy version to fix package building issues

0.2.9

  • issue #33: wrong headers passed to WSGI server

0.2.8

  • minor CSS update: article preview in edit mode rendered incorrectly

0.2.7

  • default style slightly changed
  • translation fixes
  • issue #28: Comments counter not decreased after removing a comment
  • issue #32: Not approved comments are still visible to everyone
  • issue #29: Display error 404 not 503 while accessing non existing blog page
  • issue #30: Substitution variables in notification email are not replaced with actual values

0.2.6

  • issue #24: draft article are still accessible for all users
  • issue #26: footnotes markup break article preview
  • issue #20: cookie expiration date is not set
  • issue #25: saving page is being edited without redirectint to another page
  • issue #27: some i18n issues
  • issue #11: favicons support added

0.2.5

  • translations updated
  • ussue #19: time conversion problems between timezones
  • issue #21: devision by zero exception in case of equal tags counts

0.2.4

  • translations updated
  • issue #18: setup.py fixed

0.2.3

  • issue #10: RSS support added
  • issue #17: new widget: pages
  • issue #14: added javascript localization
  • issue #1: comments moderation queue added
  • translations updated
  • default local login and password are now configurable via .ini file (see development.ini for details)

0.2.2

  • issue #15: incorrect tag links
  • issue #6: Google Analytics support

0.1

  • Initial version

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