Release Notes: This release adds the translator from GeoGebra to PDF.
Release Notes: AutoLaTeX is now able to output detailed warnings on the CLI. This feature may be enabled with the "--Wall" commandline option. The major bug in the enabling state of the Gedit's components is fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the CLI option ''--search-project-from": TeX editors can delegate to AutoLaTeX the detection of the AutoLaTeX configuration's directory. In this way, most of the TeX editors can invoke AutoLaTex easily (TeXmaker, TeXworks, Kile, etc.). The documentation has been updated with the configurations to add to TeXmaker, TeXworks, and Kile.
Release Notes: This release adds a plugin for Sublime Text editor. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds translator for the files dedicated to Graphic Layout Engine (gle) and Asymptote (asy).
Release Notes: AutoLaTeX is now able to run the LaTeX tools with the SyncTeX options. The configuration files can indicate whether SycTeX should be used. The Gedit plugin controls and uses SyncTeX.
Release Notes: The filename extensions for the SVG figures with embodied TeX macros (and for other picture formats with embodied TeX macros) were completed with ".tex.svg" and "+tex.svg". A Gedit plugin was added into the AutoLaTeX distribution. It provides a lightweight-IDE for LaTeX based on AutoLaTeX compilation process.
Release Notes: AutoLaTeX now parses TeX documents to detect any use of Biblatex. File dependencies are updated according to the use of Biblatex or another bibliography package. If the backend of Biblatex is Biber, it is used in place of BibTeX.
Release Notes: This release is a complete rewrite in Perl to avoid the use of GNU Make. The definitions of the figure translators are no longer based on a GNU Make syntax. INI-like and Perl syntaxes are used in their place. The commandline action "makeflat" has been added to produce a TeX document which is easier to upload to a publishers' website.
Release Notes: Converters from script code to TeX code are added. The new supported languages are Python, MATLAB, ML, SQL, Lisp, and Perl. This version also fixes minor bugs.