After quite a long time, a new qgoda version has been released. The reason for the long delay were two particularly nasty issues and, like always, lack of time.
The new Qgoda version fixes a couple of minor bugs that have been found while writing more and better tests. It also comes with an improved docker image. Version 0.9.5 is available for download either as a regular Perl install, a docker image or from github.
A very common requirement is to have syntax-highlighting applied to code blocks. Best practice with Qgoda is to just mark code blocks semantically correct and let the client do the highlighting when rendering the generated pages.
Qgoda version 0.9.4 has been released as a hotfix release that resolves a utf-8 issue. It is now available for download either as a regular Perl install, a docker image or from github.
Qgoda version 0.9.3 is now available for download either as a regular Perl install, a docker image or from github. It is mostly a consolidation release but also features some important changes.
The first beta release of Qgoda v0.9.2 is now available for download at github. Albeit a beta version, it is mostly functional.
I will present Qgoda at the German Perl Workshop 2018 in Gummersbach near Cologne on April 4th, 2018. The talk will probably be held in German but I can also switch to English on request.
In preparation for the first production-ready release, Qgoda has been feature-frozen. Only bug-fixes and minor enhancements will be implemented.
The first alpha release of Qgoda is now available for download at github. Although being an alpha version, it is mostly functional.