For the impatient, the installer files (and source) can be found as assets at the bottom of the Sigil Github Release page.
The first Official Release of Sigil ported to QtWebEngine to replace QtWebKit. And yes … Book View is still really gone. But the companion external editing application PageEdit is available for those who still need/want a similar functionality.
- added epub3 tool: Generate NCX/Guide for epub2 e-readers
- added epub3 tool: Remove NCX and Guide
- added right click on link in Preview copies url to clipboard
- added check mark indicator for current semantic set in AddSemantics dialog
- opf guide is no longer used/updated in epub3, unless new epub3 tool menu is used
- harden Sigil against maliciously crafted epub zip archives (aka zip-slip attacks)
- added bk.getnavid() to the plugin framework and navprocessor.py for plugin devs
- updated build documents to the latest Qt 5.12.3 and Python 3.7.2)
- add missing title tag to nav head to make epubcheck happy
- add dcterms:modified to empty epub 3 opf to keep epubcheck happy
- fix lost Preview-CodeView sync when internal links are followed in Preview
- fix macOS specific bug with newer versions of PIL (Pillow) used by plugins
- no longer link against unused Qt frameworks when building (thank you eli-schwartz!)
- prevent MS VC++ automatic reboots during Windows installs
- prevent user from changing semantics of the nav file itself (it must be set to “toc”)
- fix bug that dropped nav from spine when HTML TOC created
Be aware that Sigil-0.9.16 no longer enforces the need for epub3 to have and support an NCX for the purposes of backward compatibility with epub2 reading systems. There are, however, built-in tools to allow users to add backward compatibility features such as the NCX to their epub3.
Please check the Sigil Wiki for important Sigil support links, additional resource downloads, and platform-specific trouble-shooting tips/requirements.
Mac users should still download and install ActiveState’s ActiveTcl Community Edition to utilize plugins that use Tk/Tcl GUIs. More here.
The latest Sigil user guide can always be downloaded from its own repository.