Miril Is a Little More Developer-Friendly Now

A string of health problems kept me from coding and blogging for more than a month but I am finally back on track now and starting to work on my projects again.

I just released a new version of Miril, the static content management system, to CPAN, and while it does not contain any new features, it has seen a great deal of refactoring to make the code easier to read, as well as the addition of some developer documentation in Miril::Hacking. Hopefully this would make it a bit easier for others to join in.

The two big issues that are next on the table are a rewrite of the current storage engine to make it easier to edit content directly in the plain-text files, and addition of form validation (a more detailed roadmap is available at the github wiki: http://wiki.github.com/pshangov/miril). After that, there will be a new period of testing and refactoring, to prepare the code for version 1.0.

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