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Right-to-left (RTL) support has now been added into #Syiro and will be available in the 1.7.0 release. Planned future functionality will also support it out-of-the-box. šŸ‘ http://git.io/vV8Xm

We are happy to announce the second release candidate for the upcoming release of #Syiro , 1.7.0. Syiro 1.7.0-rc2 brings about over a hundred changes to the framework, including some functionality being completely rewritten. You can see the full changelog of Syiro 1.7.0-rc2 at https://github.com/StroblIndustries/Syiro/releases/tag/1.7.0-rc2

Syiro 1.7.0-rc1 has been released, one of the most comprehensive beginnings to an overhaul of Syiro to date! https://github.com/StroblIndustries/Syiro/releases/tag/1.7.0-rc1

CodeUtils 0.3 has been released. It features a bunch of improvements, like a new plugin for the HTML5 fragment and language engine called Frala, improvements to the Go plugin, HTML compression changes, and more!

https://github.com/StroblIndustries/CodeUtils/releases/ā€¦/0.3

metis-cli 0.3 has been released as well. This features some minor refactoring and simplification of some type checking, as well as a rebuild against nflag 0.4. https://git.io/v2v8w

CodeUtils 0.2.2 has been released. This is a rebuild against the updated nflag 0.4. https://git.io/v2v82

CodeUtils 0.2.1 has been released and is a rebuild against updated librejs-gopher dependency. https://github.com/StroblIndustries/CodeUtils/releases/tag/0.2.1

CodeUtils 0.2 has now been released. 0.2 is a complete overhaul of the bootstrap and compiler utilities and features:

- A new plugin-oriented system
- Support for multiple content types
- Improved bootstrap utility to streamline project creation and onramping of new contributors by enabling key features like dedicated flags for listing and installation of dependencies.
- Compiler optimizations and improved error checking.

https://github.com/StroblIndustries/CodeUtils/releases/tag/0.2

Metis Builder has now landed in GitHub as well as the image in Docker Hub. Happy building folks! https://github.com/StroblIndustries/metis-builder

Update regarding Metis Server: Reproducible, isolated, Docker-based builds are now functional. Will be rolling out a new repo soon.
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