Erbook

Erbook

ERBook 9.2.1 Write books, manuals, and documents in eRuby http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/erbook/ ERBook is an extensible document processor that emits [1]any document you can imagine from [2]eRuby templates, which allow scripting and dynamic content generation. Version 9.2.1 (2009-11-18) This release fixes some bugs in, and improves the readability and load time of, generated XHTML documents. Bug fixes * Prevent search button from starting search when search box untouched. * Prevent browser from fetching base-64 embedded URI sources by qualifying their digests with the "cid" URI schema, which is used to identify the parts of a multi-part e-mail message. This cuts down on the amount of "404 - File Not Found" errors on the web server which hosts your generated XHTML documents because web browsers will not confuse these embedded "cid" digests as being relative HTTP files. Housekeeping * Increase vertical spacing between [3]References for better readability. * Embed W3C validator badges as base-64 data URIs to reduce page load time. * Split the document processing code in ERBook::Document into smaller self-documenting methods. References 1. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/erbook/#HelloWorld 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ERuby 3. http://snk.tuxfamily.org/lib/erbook/#_references

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Current Version
9.2.1
Released
2009-11-18 08:00:00 UTC
First Release
2008-11-15 11:00:00 UTC
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2010-04-03 22:10:32 UTC
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