Hot on the heels of v2.5.0, this release brings relief to our Windows users. It includes a fix for a 2.5.0 path sanitation change that has been confirmed to work on Windows.

To our Windows users: while we don’t officially support Windows, we don’t wish to impede your normal use of Jekyll at all. Our lack of full support for Windows is due to our lack of a Windows machine for development testing (no one on the core team has a Windows machine upon which to test new release candidates), not due to any malice or willful oversight. If you come to us with an issue, we are more than happy to work through it with you to come to a solution that works for all platforms. Along those lines, we have created a Windows Test Force (WTF) which is a group of Jekyll users dedicated to making sure all future releases work on Windows before they’re released so we don’t have this issue again. A special thanks goes out to the initial WTF team members, XhmikosR, Julian Thilo, Pedro Rogério, and Alfred Xing.

Happy Jekylling!