Tue 01 July 2014
Today we are pleased to announce the release of Pelican 3.4, which is one of
the more significant updates Pelican has ever seen. Take a look at the
the Pelican 3.4 milestone issues list
to see all the features, fixes, and miscellaneous improvements that are
included in this release.
Faster rebuild times
Thanks to a new caching mechanism and selective output writing, rebuilding
a site can take just a few seconds. Tinkering with posts and themes is now
Fixed locale and encoding issues
Finally URLs can include, for example, localized month names.
Improved documentation, both in style and content
The documentation has been ported to the new ReadTheDocs theme, including a
functional search bar and a navigation side panel. A quickstart section is now
provided to jump-start your Pelican experience.
Upgrading from previous releases
While we do everything we can to maximize backwards compatibility and ensure
smooth Pelican upgrades, it's possible that you may encounter un-anticipated
wrinkles. If you run into problems, please reach out via the #pelican channel
on IRC, and we will update this post with any upgrade tips contributed by the
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