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  •  07 Jun 2006 23:46
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    Release Notes: A new function TeX-doc for accessing docs on C-c ?. New "Clean" and "Clean All" commands for intermediate and output files. pdfsync support (forward search in PDF files). LaTeX comes with its own toolbar enabled by default. Some bugs have been fixed.

    •  19 Dec 2005 04:25
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      Release Notes: Processing of errors and warnings resulting from processor invocations was improved. In order to make typing sub- and superscript in math constructs more convenient, automatic brace insertion upon typing '^' or '_' can be activated. French quotation marks as supported by the 'frenchb' or 'francais' babel options can now be entered by simply typing ". Completion support for options of some LaTeX packages was added. There are various bugfixes.

      •  30 Sep 2005 20:59
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        Release Notes: The most important feature is the inclusion of the preview-latex subsystem, previously available separately. The installation procedures now also install startup files as part of the process (those had to be copied manually previously). You are advised to remove previous installations of AUCTeX and preview-latex before starting the installation procedure. A standard installation from an unmodified tarball no longer requires Makeinfo or Perl. Several minor feature enhancements have been added.

        •  03 Mar 2005 21:28
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          Release Notes: This release fixes erroneous insertion of trailing whitespace during filling, unwanted display of the *Compile-Log* buffer when the first LaTeX file in an Emacs session is loaded, and 'File mode specification error: (error "Variable binding depth exceeds max-specpdl-size")' if an outdated Emacspeak package is installed. But since both Emacs and XEmacs contain a correct version of `regexp-opt.el', simply removing any such file within your copy of Emacspeak appears safer.

          •  12 Jan 2005 19:24
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            Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release for XEmacs, as well as performance issues with font locking and filling, and other issues like broken fontification of verbatim environments. Font locking can now be customized to a great extent, and support for URLs, listings, jurabib, and csquotes was added. The parser now understands additional common commands like \DeclareRobustCommand. Two new sections were added to the manual: "Quick Start" for beginners, and "Font Locking" describing syntax highlighting in AUCTeX and its customization options.

            •  29 Aug 2004 02:34
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              Release Notes: Another bug in connection with XEmacs and PDF modes has been uncovered. GTK versions of GNU Emacs will now use Unicode characters in the LaTeX math menu. The installation process tries to detect a few more things automatically. There are some performance fixes.

              •  20 Aug 2004 05:46
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                Release Notes: Installation and menus under XEmacs work again (maybe for the first time). Fontification of subscripts and superscripts is now disabled when the fontification engine is not able to support it properly. As a consequence, currently this feature is only available for developer versions of Emacs. The `install' targets now use `DESTDIR' which should make compilation for SuSE and Debian feasible.

                •  17 Aug 2004 03:49
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                  Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release for the last major release. PDFTeX and Source Special support did not work with ConTeXt, so this has been fixed. A similar fix was made for Source Special support under Windows. Some more potential installation mistakes are now diagnosed. Omega support has been added. Some user interface changes have been done, and other bugs were fixed.

                  •  13 Aug 2004 21:19
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                    Release Notes: PDFTeX is supported with a new mode cooperating with preview-latex. Inverse and forward search using Source Specials is supported via emacsclient or gnuclient. Facilities for editing .dtx and ConTeXt files have been added. Syntax highlighting supports sub- and superscripts and headings. TeX constructs like footnotes or citations can be folded and revealed automatically. Many bugs have been fixed, user interfaces have been reworked, and installation has become much easier.

                    •  15 Dec 2002 05:10
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                      Release Notes: Most important change with regard to the last release are several cleanups and bugfixes. Most importantly, error parsing should now work in multiple-directory projects, particularly important for preview-latex operation. This is formally declared beta since it is the first release by the new maintainer.

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