``webhelpers.feedgenerator`` was upgraded to the Django original (December 2009
version), and the "Geo" classes were added for geographical (GIS) feeds.
-There's a flag for latitude/longitude or longitude/latitude format. Points may
-be in latitude/longitude or longitude/latitude format. (The default is
-latitude first, but Django and a few others others use longitude first.) A
-``Geometry`` class was reverse engineered for other geometries, but it's
-untested. Add a "published" property for Atom feeds.
+Points are latitude/longitude by default, but there's a flag if your data is
+longitude first (as Django is). A ``Geometry`` class was reverse engineered for
+other geometries, but it's untested. Add a "published" property for Atom
session structure is different, so delete existing HTTP sessions when
+``webhelpers.text`` adds a suite of helpers from Ruby's stringex package to
+convert strings to URL-friendly format, and to remove inconvenient accents from
``stylesheet_link()`` that compress their files. It's experimental because
their tests fail, so they probably don't work.
-``webhelpers.text`` contains a suite of helpers from Ruby's stringex package to
-convert strings to URL-friendly format, and to remove inconvenient accents from
-characters, etc. It's experimental because ``convert_misc_characters()`` has
-bugs: it adds extra spaces, and we're not sure a number-to-word conversion in
-the test suite should be implemented.
Other experiments are in the "unfinished" directory in the source distribution.