But this release is also about collections. Go 1.11 gave us variable overwrite support in Go templates. That made it possible to simplify a lot of template constructs, but it also showed some limitations in Hugo’s template functions. So with this release we have:
This release represents 66 contributions by 9 contributors to the main Hugo code base.
@bep leads the Hugo development with a significant amount of contributions, but also a big shoutout to @moorereason, @felicianotech, and @vdanjean for their ongoing contributions.
And a big thanks to @digitalcraftsman and @onedrawingperday for their relentless work on keeping the themes site in pristine condition and to @kaushalmodi for his great work on the documentation site.
Many have also been busy writing and fixing the documentation in hugoDocs,
which has received 37 contributions by 20 contributors. A special thanks to @bep, @kaushalmodi, @AlexChambers, and @shaform for their work on the documentation site.
When setting preserveTaxonomyNames Hugo now really preserves them. Before this release, we would make the first character upper case. If this is the behaviour you want you can use the new strings.FirstUpper function.