Release Notes: The Perl script can now take input from stdin, and also works with input/output redirection. Script files and the configuration file can now be installed in separate directories on (non-Windows) systems using Makefile for installation. The configuration file is now uniformly looked for in the current directory, the user configuration directory, and the system configuration directory, in the specified order. Handling of special (non-text) characters has been improved, along with support for more non-text characters, like fractions.
Release Notes: This releases focuses mainly on user interaction aspects. The new features are a Windows installation script, a Windows wrapper script, support for using CakeCmd apart from Unzip, a configuration file, and support for working with a directory holding the unzipped content of .docx file. There has been improvement in handling of short line justification; many cases that were missed out in the earlier approach are captured. Path names containing spaces are now handled.