Pelican 4.8 is now available. This new release includes the following enhancements, fixes, and tweaks:

  • Use JSON values for extra settings in Invoke tasks template (#2994)
  • Add content tag for links, which can help with things like Twitter social cards (#3001)
  • Improve word count behavior when generating summary (#3002)

For more information, please refer to the release page or the Release History section of the documentation. For the full list of changes, see: https://github.com/getpelican/pelican/compare/4.7.0...4.8.0

Upgrading from previous releases

Upgrading from Pelican 4.7.x should be smooth and require few (if any) changes to your environment. If upgrading from a previous release, review the other release announcements on this site to better understand what action might be necessary.

As always, we do everything we can to maximize backwards compatibility and ensure smooth Pelican upgrades. If you run into problems, please see the How to Get Help section of the documentation, and we will update this post with any upgrade tips contributed by the Pelican community.

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