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•  18 Sep 2009 14:16

Release Notes: This version introduces the optional use of longtabulars in the LaTeX output. Several bugs have been fixed.

•  18 Apr 2009 22:35

Release Notes: This version now escapes the "\" input character as \textbackslash in LaTeX. It also has a new option (--noescape) to prevent it from escaping any of the values from CSV files that embed TeX macros.

•  29 Jan 2009 17:33

Release Notes: This version treats the option --lines=0 to mean an almost infinite number of lines per output table (actually 2 Giga lines). The 2 Giga limitation may be removed in the next version.

•  25 Jan 2009 16:03

Release Notes: This version has a complete manpage (in docbook SGML format) that can be generated with a tool such as docbook-to-man. Debian and Ubuntu users can now have csv2latex up-to-date by setting the ppa repository in their apt source list, as shown on the csv2latex main page. Gentoo users can use the given ebuild file.

•  23 Jan 2009 21:52

Release Notes: This version has a --reduce option to allow it to shrink the table size in LaTeX, thanks to the {relsize} macros. A bug concerning the CSV parser is fixed. The parser has been rewritten.

•  29 Dec 2008 21:15

Release Notes: A new option has been introduced (--colorrows). it allows you to generate a table with alternate colored rows through the "colortbl" LaTeX package.

•  04 Mar 2006 21:21

Release Notes: An option to force the tool to recognise [tab] as a separator using the "--separator t" option was added.

•  28 Jun 2005 05:10

Release Notes: A buffer overflow has been fixed.

•  27 Jun 2005 16:34

Release Notes: This release adds some TeX characters to escape, such as: %, #, \, and _.

•  13 Feb 2004 08:08

Release Notes: The --nohead option works well now.

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