Sigil Master Flux In Python

Right now Sigil master is in a state of flux. Many components are being removed and replaced. Python 3 is going to be a hard dependency (it will be embedded by default). Right now Python 3 and a few packages are required to be installed on your system to build and run Sigil. Specifically: Python3.4+ […]

Sigil and BookView Research Update

As many Sigil users know, Sigil has a WYSIWYG editor portion. It’s also in my mind substandard. It gets the job done for quick edits but it’s not as full featured as I’d like. Especially when I’m used to using editors like WordPress’s editor. Back in 2012 I started researching updating the BookView editor. This […]

New Home Page / Web Site

Sigil now has a home page! I’ll still be cross posting release announcements here on my blog but this does mean means that the “Making Epub Happen” sigildev blog will be retired as the new home page will include all release and other Sigil related announcements. This also means that the Google Code page is […]

Sigil 0.8.4 Released

With only one day after the 0.8.3 release 0.8.4 is being released. My deepest apologies because this means there is a bad bug. Admittedly it will only impact a very small amount of users but it was big enough to warrant a new release. Unfortunately during refactoring of “remove all plugins” code the actual remove […]

Sigil 0.8.3 Released

This is a big maintenance release. One of the biggest in long time. I highly recommend upgrading because while functionality wise not much has changed a lot of work went into improving stability Most if not all of the credit goes to Kevin Hendricks (KevinH on MobileRead). He spent a lot of time fixing every […]

Sigil 0.8.2 Released

This is a small bug fix release that mainly address the plugin framework. A lot of work has been done to enhance and solidify the Python integration. Finally a new validation plugin type was added so a validation plugin can pass validation results to the built in validation pane. As usual the binary and source […]