Release Notes: This release adds a completion file for the "ifplatform" package, "Save", "Save As", and "Save Copy As" entries to the tab context menus, tooltips to structure view entries, and Unicode characters for the symbols in the symbol view. There are also a couple of bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This version includes updated 'biblatex.cwl', adds a tool tip that explains the available placeholders in the user tag dialog, allows you to configure whether the directory shown in the console is kept synchronized with the document tabs, and has many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The background color of the quick preview pane has been made configurable. The folder selection button has been added to various places. The possibility to copy tables from the clipboard into the tabular wizard was added. A new CWL file was added for the "soul package". A potential memory leak and a crash were fixed. Some bugs in the tabular wizard were fixed.
Release Notes: An embedded viewer configuration for the 'ForwardPDF' tool was added. Completion files were added for 'units.sty' and 'nomencl.sty'. Document tabs are now movable. A new CWL file was provided for 'fancyref'. Many fixes were included.
Release Notes: This release offers QuickPreview, improved encoding handling, new and better wizards, and a UserHelp system.
Release Notes: A crash when dealing with multiple projects is fixed, all shortcuts are made configurable, the "New File" wizard remembers its state, and when trying to open a non-existing file, the user is given the option to create the file.
Release Notes: This release fixes some problems with spurious "file changed on disc" messages, remembers Master Document, and doesn't crash if KViewShell is called with the DVI parameter but KDVI is not installed (KDE 3.2 users should also update to KDE 3.2.1).
Release Notes: Some crashes have been fixed and Kile is now KDE 3.2-ready (the minimum requirement is still KDE 3.1).
Release Notes: This release features a completely new editor, project management, auto-completion of environments, word counts, and interaction with gBib and pyBliographer. There were also many small feature additions and bugfixes.
Release Notes: In this version users can define an arbitrary number of tags/tools, stop running processes, and create documents from templates. Syntax highlighting has been improved. Error messages are a lot more descriptive and even suggest to the user how to solve the problem.