pongo2 1.0 released back to frontpage
I’m happy to announce pongo2 v1.0, the first stable release of my Django-syntax like template engine.
pongo2 aims to be compatible with Django 1.7 with regards to syntax, filters and tags. In combination with my official package
pongo2-addons pongo2 offers even more filters/tags including humanization and markup features.
All version 1.x releases will remain backwards compatible (only API improvements are possible, but no changes to any existing API functions/symbols). You can use the special import path
to stick with version 1.x releases in your projects.
List of TODOs which could effect users of version 1.0:
verbatimdoes not take a parameter yet
block.supernot supported yet
Value.Iterate()over strings is not utf-8 compatible yet (probably rarely used by users)
Please see my last blog post about pongo2 1.0-RC1 for more information about some nice pongo2 features and supported tags/filters.
pongo2 got a playground; feel free to play with it and to try pongo2 out.
I’m always glad about any feedback. I hope you enjoy this release!
(This blog post is almost identical to the release notes you can find here.)
More blog posts about pongo2
- pongo2 playground [August 1st 2014]
- Release of pongo2 1.0-rc1 + pongo2-addons [July 30th 2014]
- Introduction to pongo2 + migration- and “how to write tags/filters”-tutorial. [June 29th 2014]