1. Using Pelican with Heroku

    Using Pelican with Heroku couldn't be easier. We have recently been working on a buildpack allowing you to publish your Pelican site directly to Heroku.

    This allows you to host your Pelican site on the Heroku platform with very little effort. Simply create a Heroku application and push your repository …

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  2. Pelican's Unified Codebase

    In this post by Dirk Makowski, he explains how he added preliminary Python 3.x support to the forthcoming Pelican 3.2 release.


    When referring to Pelican's "unified" codebase, this means the code runs without changes (or requiring 2to3) on both Python 2.x and 3.x. Specifically, this unified …

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  3. Pelican 3.1 released

    Pelican development has progressed steadily over the last few months, and we're pleased to announce the release of version 3.1, which can be obtained via Crate.io or GitHub. This release contains some exciting new features; following is a summary of changes since the last 3.0.1 release …

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