WordPress 3.0+ and PHP 5 required for installation. Please note that at this time Anthologize cannot be installed on blogs hosted at WordPress.com.
Please remember that this is an alpha release of a prototype and would be best installed in a test environment rather than a production environment the first time around. Please feel free to ask questions in the anthologize-users group.
See the full changelog.
- Refactored loading process for better performance in various hosting situations
- Fixes validation issues with epub exports
- Fixes permissions issues with PDF export by moving TCPDF cache location to WP upload directory
- Localization fixes
- Added Spanish translation
- Improvements to HTML export format
- PHP 5.4+ compatibility
- Improved adherence to WordPress coding standards
- Added a Credits section
- Improved compatibility with WP 3.3
Anthologize 0.6.1-alpha features the following improvements:
- Fixed a bug that may have caused whitescreens on exports in certain environments
- Added some unit tests
Anthologize 0.6-alpha, our last major feature release, included the following core features:
- The new Preview feature gives you a fast, simple HTML preview of a project, part, or item;
- Exports, especially PDF, have been greatly optimized reducing the number of “Memory limit exceeded” errors;
- Character encoding support has improved, especially for Chinese, Japanese and Korean;
- RTF export has been rewritten and reintroduced – still experimental, but far more flexible than in previous releases;
- Role control lets blog administrators limit Anthologize users to Authors, Editors, or Administrators;
- New multisite awareness allows the network admin to override site-specific role settings, or set a site-specific default minimum role for Anthologize access;
- Export formatting capabilities are improved, including better tables of contents, cover images for ePub, and breadcrumbs for PDF;
- Finally, many bugs have been fixed.
Anthologize is currently an alpha release—a rapidly created prototype—and has its fair share of issues. We have listed some of the know issues below; please feel free to discuss your issues, questions, and feature requests in the anthologize-users group. A full list of known issues is available in the Anthologize github page.
- When importing an external feed rather than the items already in your WordPress blog, you must specify the URL to this feed. If you have previously exported a feed and would like to import it, you must first place that feed on a server accessible via HTTP—the file upload function is not currently in place.
- When listing the available items for dragging into your project, the items only appear in reverse chronological order; currently there is no mechanism for sorting these items by date, author, title, or post/page/media type.