Django-Articles 2.1.1 Released
I've been working on some neat changes to django-articles recently, and I've just released version 2.1.1. The most noticeable feature in this release is Auto-Tagging. Since I feel like I've described the feature fairly well in the README, I'll just copy/paste that section here.
The auto-tagging feature allows you to easily apply any of your current tags to your articles. When you save an Article object with auto-tagging enabled for that article, django-articles will go through each of your existing tags to see if the entire word appears anywhere in your article's content. If a match is found, that tag will be added to the article.
For example, if you have tags "test" and "art", and you wrote a new auto-tagged Article with the text:This is a test article.
django-articles would automatically apply the "test" tag to this article, but not the "art" tag. It will only apply the "art" tag automatically when the actual word "art" appears in the content.
Auto-tagging does not remove any tags that are already assigned to an article. This means that you can still add tags the good, old-fashioned way in the Django Admin without losing them. Auto-tagging will only add to an article's existing tags (if needed).
Auto-tagging is enabled for all articles by default. If you want to disable it by default (and enable it on a per-article basis), set ARTICLES_AUTO_TAG to False in your settings.py file.
Auto-Tagging does not attempt to produce any keywords that magically represent the content of your articles. Only existing tags are used!!
I sure had fun programming this little feature. I know it will be particularly useful for my own site.
Another item I'd like to mention about this release: I've finally started using South migrations in this app. This is a move I've been planning to make for quite some time now.
Head on over to http://bitbucket.org/codekoala/django-articles or use pip install -U django-articles (or easy_install django-articles if you must)! Enjoy!