First release - TightBlog v1.0.0 available!
I've found a good point to make my first TightBlog release, and so here it is. I held off on uploading a Java WAR file as TightBlog is primarily for Java enthusiasts who are well acquainted with the concept of
mvn clean install and would presumably rely on that instead of any WAR I provided. After the dependencies (Spring, Struts, etc.) are downloaded, TightBlog takes less than a minute to build, and running
mvn jetty:run from the app folder afterwards will allow you to quickly demo the application at
Some editing enhancements put in over the past week:
These benefits are in addition to the "Notes" field on the blog edit page (to store metadata about the blog entry) I had added a while back.
Stats: 19 fewer Java source files, dropping me to 187, 62% fewer than the original 493 in the Roller release I forked. 209 issues closed, with eight open for the next release. 85K lines removed, with the removal of Xinha accounting for 15K of that. The GitHub contributors page and the OpenHub stats are indicating that, all told, I managed to drop the code about a third in size, even if I somehow sense I managed more than that.