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  •  24 Oct 2013 13:24
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    Release Notes: Minor fixes and updated dependencies.

    •  07 Oct 2011 15:42
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      Release Notes: This release adds new spec-conformance improvements and bugfixes.

      •  08 Feb 2011 02:00
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        Release Notes: Several bugfixes.

        •  03 Aug 2008 09:52
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          Release Notes: A bug that prevented "border-<side>" shorthand properties from being parsed correctly was fixed. A couple classes which have been removed from JCLF 3.0 were included.

          •  25 Jul 2008 09:10
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            Release Notes: A bug where elements with multiple classes did not match the styles was fixed.

            •  15 Jun 2008 09:03
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              Release Notes: A bug was fixed in getCssText(), along with other small changes.

              •  21 Sep 2007 18:11
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                Release Notes: The library has had a number of improvements since 0.6. This milestone release is closer to spec compliance, and comes with a new packaging more friendly to projects that already depend on CSS4J.

                •  29 Mar 2007 16:59
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                  Release Notes: An early access release of a CSS visual formatting package is included, among many other changes.

                  •  16 Dec 2006 00:14
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                    Release Notes: Usability improvements. Some refactoring and cleanups. Per-element computed styles can now be cached. A few bugs have been fixed. Several CSS methods have been fixed to behave according to the W3C spec. Javadoc documentation has been improved. Unit tests have been added.

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