I’m happy to announce that JBake v2.6.0 has been released. This is a major release that includes a number of new features as well as bug fixes and changes.
Here are a few of the major changes included in this release:
Java 7 is now required to run JBake
Project has switched to Gradle for build
Improved execution scripts inc. support for additional JAR files
Asset and Content directories can be marked to be ignored from processing
Static files such as images can be included in the Content directory tree
Server mode now watches for changes to Asset and Template directories
Relative image src values are now automatically updated
Added more data variables for use in templates when paging
AsciidoctorJ-Diagram is included in binary distribution (not declared as a dependency though) so you can include diagrams in your AsciiDoc content
If you are using pagination for the index page i.e.
The value to persist the content store to disk has changed from
You can find the complete changelog for this release here: https://github.com/jbake-org/jbake/milestone/14?closed=1
Thanks to everyone who has contributed something to this new release, and especially to Frank Becker and Manik Magar who put a tremendous amount of work into this release. I’m also pleased to say they have recently joined the JBake team.
This release should also be available via Maven Central, SDKMAN and Homebrew in the next few days.
Download JBake v2.6.0 now and get baking!
By Jonathan Bullock - 04 March 2018