Release Notes: This release introduces several enhancements regarding search engine optimizations (SEO), as well as minor changes to the user interface, including the possibility to use aliases.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that may have caused some links to point to an incorrect page.
Release Notes: This release fixes four bugs that may have caused BlazeBlogger to sort entries in a wrong order, to produce invalid RSS feed, or fail to run properly when using an older version of Perl.
Release Notes: This release features enhanced RSS feed creation, support for both HTML and XHTML standards, and improved blog post navigation.
Release Notes: This release introduces the "core.processor" configuration option, making it possible to use whatever markup language the user wishes. Newly available are also bash completion and a quick reference card.
Release Notes: This release introduces a couple of new placeholders for easier cross-referencing, improved blaze-list and blaze-log utilities, cleaner RSS feed creation, and the ability to alter the location of post author, date of publishing, and attached tags.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new command wrapper, support for colored output, a couple of new placeholders, improved HTML output, and a significantly extended introductory tutorial.
Release Notes: This release introduces the ‘--full-paths’ command line option enabling easier offline content creation, adds the placeholder ‘%home%’, and makes it possible to look items up by their tags.
Release Notes: This is the first release to introduce a new default theme. It is also the first to depend on Perl core libraries only, making it even more accessible than ever. A lot of bugfixes and several usability improvements were made.