tdiary 5.0.9-1 source package in Ubuntu


tdiary (5.0.9-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 5.0.9
  * d/control: Bump Standard Version 4.1.4
  * Bump compat: 11

 -- Youhei SASAKI <email address hidden>  Mon, 02 Jul 2018 15:20:33 +0900

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Debian Ruby Extras Maintainers on 2018-07-02
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tdiary: Metapackages of tDiary

 This package is metapackage of tDiary, depends following packages:
   - tdiary-core
   - tdiary-theme

tdiary-core: Communication-friendly weblog system

 tDiary is a weblog system, which makes your weblog communication-friendly for
 the writer (you) and readers. It consists of Ruby scripts for CGI (Common
 Gateway Interface). The followings are the main features:
  * Comments: readers can post comments to each entry like message boards.
  * Links: Each entry can show referers from which readers come so that you
    can see others write about the entry.
  * Trackback: tDiary can send and receive trackbacks.
  * Theme: You can easily change the design called `theme' of your weblog.
    Many themes are included in `tdiary-theme' package.
  * Plugin: You can add many functionalities called `plugins' to tDiary. Many
    plugins are included in `tdiary-plugin' package.
  * Pages for Handhelds: tDiary is able to serve especially small and
    terse documents for PDAs and mobile phones.
  * Writing Style: HTML is not required to write entries. Plain text is
    converted to HTML by tDiary. The converting grammars are called `styles'.
    Many styles are available.