Our team is glad to introduce two new releases: Grain New Age and Grain Clean Blog themes! As always, if you have any questions, comments or suggestions, do not hesitate to leave your request on Grain mailing list, or raise a new issue on our GitHub.
We are happy to announce a new stable Grain revision. First of all, we would like to give special thanks to everyone who helps make Grain better by leaving requests on Google Groups and reporting issues on GitHub. It would be much harder to move Grain forward without your support and contributions.
Added support of dynamic revision numbers, like 0.6.+. Concrete values still must be specified for the major and minor numbers of the Grain version, so the declarations like 0+, 0.+ or 0.6+ will not be accepted. This is done on purpose to ensure that Grain themes always use a compatible Grain version.
Updated the Asciidoctor component to read custom document processing attributes from the site configuration. Grain renders .adoc and .asciidoctor files with the help of the latest Asciidoctor Ruby gem, the Asciidoctor.convert method is used to convert the files to HTML5:
SysGears team is glad to announce the first release of Grain Gradle Plugin. The plugin allows to manage Grain themes by using a set of predefined Gradle tasks, and makes it much easier to integrate any Grain website with existing Gradle projects, for instance, to create a project documentation.