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I’ve finally decided that it was time to do another WikiPlex release. It’s been awhile since the last release (March of this year), but a lot of things have changed over time that I finally officially package a new version up. The CodePlex website continues to use WikiPlex, and I’m very excited to see the success of this project over time.
Here’s what you’ll find in WikiPlex 1.4:
- Infrastructure Changes
- .NET 4 and .NET 3.5 support (separate downloads)
- Sample website updated to ASP.NET MVC 2
- Added support to install via Nu / RubyGems (nu install wikiplex)
- void IFormatter.Format(string, StringBuilder) is marked as obsolete. Should utilize string IFormatter.Format(string) instead
- New Features
- Added support for Silverlight 4, as the default version
- Added support for gpuAcceleration for Silverlight 3/4
- Added support for Vimeo videos
- Bug Fixes
- Runaway syntax highlighting will be killed after 5 seconds resulting in no syntax highlighting.
- Multi-line comments are properly syntax highlighted for Powershell code
- Fixed table rendering bug when a cell contains links with alternate text
- Encoded new line characters are now properly interpreted and replaced with line breaks.
- "Cleared" elements after aligned content are now properly rendering appropriate spacing.
- Fixed "++" not being rendered as plain-text (ie, C++)
You can find more information about this release by visiting the project homepage. Go and get it now either by Nu or via CodePlex!