Pressbooks 4.5.0, Pressbooks Book 1.12.0, and Clarke 2.1.1

We tagged Pressbooks 4.5.0Pressbooks Book 1.12.0, and Clarke 2.1.1 on GitHub yesterday and deployed them across our hosted networks. Here’s what’s changed:

Pressbooks 4.5.0

NOTICE: Pressbooks >= 4.5 requires PHP 7.0 or greater.
NOTICE: Pressbooks >= 4.5 requires WordPress 4.9.1.

  • [FEATURE] Switching to a new theme will now update some PDF theme options to match the theme’s values (see #456, #984).
  • [FEATURE] Add initial support to PDF and Ebook theme options for themes which skip lines between paragraphs by default (see #985).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Use standard build tools package pressbooks-build-tools for asset handling, upgrade Stylelint (see #1000).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Require PHP 7.0 or greater (see #935, #987).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Add exclude and include support to Pressbooks\Utility\rcopy()(see #990).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Improve Theme Lock feature in preparation for Pressbooks 5.0 (see #995).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Add Prettier for SCSS and JS formatting (see #991).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Optimize subsection parsing (see #992).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Optimize __UNSET__ style (see #999).
  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Optimize unit testing (see #997).
  • [FIX] Replace ‘Sites’ with ‘Books’ throughout Pressbooks interface (see #993).
  • [FIX] Replace ‘Exotic formats’ with ‘Other formats’ on the Export page (see #996).
  • [FIX] Fix bug related to #42574 which prevented widget editing on the root blog (#998).
  • [FIX] Fix type mismatch in \Pressbooks\Licensing class (see 23ee4ff)
  • [FIX] Fix typo in EPUB exporter — the acronym is OEBPS (Open eBook Publication Structure) (props @bdolor; see #988).

Pressbooks Book 1.12.0

  • [CORE ENHANCEMENT] Updated Ekatra fonts (for the Gujarati language) to the latest version.
  • [FIX] Fixed an issue where invisible parts would appear in the webbook TOC (props to Michael Shiflet for the bug report).

Clarke 2.1.1

  • Fixed incorrect fonts in description.

Author: Ned Zimmerman

Lead developer @pressbooks, owner-operator @bight.

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