Deliverance transforms HTML to theme pages
Deliverance does transformations of HTML to ‘theme’ pages, similar in function to XSLT but using a simpler XML-based language to express the transformation.
New in this release:
- FileRuleGetter now reloads the rules file on every request if Deliverance is initialized with debug=true.
- If the content document declares an XHTML doctype, then the output will be valid XML. (#28)
- If the content document declares any doctype, that doctype will be preserved in the output. Otherwise, the theme’s doctype will be used if present. If neither document has a doctype, the default is HTML 4.0 Transitional. (#28)
- rule_uri can now be a file:// URI
- You can now set execute_pyref=true in Paste Deploy .ini file to allow pyrefs in the rules when using the Deliverance middleware directly.
- Fixed “join_attributes tries to join on list and set which is not valid” (#18)
- Fixed util.filetourl breakage on Windows. (#13)
- Added XInclude support in rules file.
- Empty links in the theme like <a href=””> both work now; in the last release Deliverance would throw an error when trying to parse these. (#31)
- When fetching the content document, responses with Content-Length:0 will be passed through to the client. Previously these would cause an error. (#25)
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