The first one is “The Murderer of Thomas Fell“, a simple, one-shot adventure that acted as an introductory adventure to my new group of players. If you’re the kind of person that reads actual-plays, or if you plan on running that adventure, you can head over here.
Autotags is my second “official” Vim plugin (after Lawrencium). It confirms a trend of having a terrible name (although this time for different reasons), but I’m open to changing it since it’s still early. And as that terrible name implies, this new plugin is all about automatically managing your tags.
Edit: thanks to Reddit, it was renamed to Gutentags! I edited this post after this point to use the updated name and links.
Now that you know about PieCrust 2 and you’ve upgraded your website, it’s time to look at the really new features. Today we’ll talk about the 2 ones that I think are most important: the new content model, and the new pagination model.
(this post is going to be a bit long so here’s something to keep you hungry)
The recently announced PieCrust 2 is all fine and dandy if you were to
create a new website — the command line interface and user experience are
essentially the same out of the box — but you will find that it can’t handle an
existing PieCrust 1 website. This is because a few things have changed…
chef import command and this blog post will get you going in no
I’ve been busy on it for longer than I expected — neglecting the freshly announced Wikked along with several pull requests on PieCrust — but I believe it’s at last ready for a public alpha release: PieCrust 2 is here!
WARNING: before you go clone the new repository, be aware that, at the time of writing this, it has been tested on a glorious total of 2 machines (both my own), and 2 websites (both my own as well). So don’t use it in production, but please do give it a try and post bug reports, thanks!
This post is a short overview of the reason for going a full major version number up, and of the new things you can expect to find. There will be other posts in the following days about breaking changes and upgrade paths, and a more in-depth look at the new features.