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What happened in September?
Published on September 28, 2022 by Lucie Anglade


During September, a lot of versions have been released 🎉!
  • cssselect2 0.7.0, cssselect2 has a new selector: has(). You can now use this selector in WeasyPrint,
  • Pyphen v0.13.0, now Pyphen supports case-insensitive language parameter, and some dictionnaries have been updated,
  • pydyf v0.3.0, pydyf now supports marked content and allows version and ID to be specified when initializing PDF objects,
  • cairocffi v1.4.0, packaging and tests have been improved.

But this isn’t everything.

A new beta of WeasyPrint has been released 😲!

With this beta, you can now try PDF/UA generation and variable fonts. This beta also improves footnotes support in multicolumn layouts and brings a smoother list management on page breaks.
You can read more about this beta in this article.

All these features and improvements have been possible thanks to Novareto, Code & Co., OpenZeppelin, and you, our backers and sponsors 💜.

That’s all for the releases, but it’s not over yet 🤯!

A new CSS trick has been published, this time about multicolumn.

And… to finish, our 2-year anniversary is coming soon, so we took the opportunity to open a new survey to know more about your expectations.
The survey is opened until October 10th (it’s a short survey, we promise).

That’s finally all for this month!

Thanks for supporting us 💜

The CourtBouillon team 🍲