basically yes. the plugin itself has integration tests that make sure it works with different versions of gradle. the question is if the plugin itself is compatible with gradle 7 as it uses some gradle api features like whe WorkAction api now.
assets/static(plus a missing link: latest or current to the actual version which jbake doesn't support either).
datefield, but I also have the time of day in my old posts. If I copy these values as is (e.g.
2003-02-02 12:49:57 +0100) into the
datefield, then JBake can still generate the static site, but it seems the time of day isn't used for the order of the posts. My blog's first post is now the second post in JBake's ordering. Is it possible to have JBake also consider the post time of day?
jbake-maven-plugin. I see there are release candidate artifacts for
jbake-core2.7.0 available on Maven Central (https://search.maven.org/artifact/org.jbake/jbake-core), but is it correct that there are no matching release candidate versions of
jbake-maven-pluginon Maven Central (https://search.maven.org/artifact/org.jbake/jbake-maven-plugin) yet?
class com.orientechnologies.orient.core.db.record.OTrackedMapreturned instead :(
jbake:inlinecall stops when a freemarker error occurs (when it shouldn't).
sourceurihas the wrong content
I'd like to re-ask my very old but still current question first asked here: https://gitter.im/jbake-org/jbake?at=5c68865080df6804a1b83744
In the mood of updating JBake plugins for SBuild, sbt and newly writing one for mill, I noticed, that since 2.6.2 it is not possible to serve a local site when there is no subfolder "output".
E.g. jbake -s dest/pathalways assumes, that my contents root is dest/path/output, which is not.
This was not the case for jbake versions prior to 2.6.2.