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  •  18 Feb 2013 12:43
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    Release Notes: "texi2any" is the new generic converter for Texinfo that can produce all supported output formats. "pod2texi" was introduced as a program to translate Perl pod documentation to Texinfo. Both programs are now implemented in Perl, requiring Perl >= 5.7.3. The "info" command was made more user-friendly. Support was added for multi-byte encodings. Many other improvements and bugfixes were made.

    •  06 Feb 2005 15:08
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      Release Notes: This release adds several new commands, such as "@euro", "@abbr", and "@slanted". HTML output of makeinfo has been enhanced for backward and XHTML compatibility. Docbook output now recognizes more image formats. texi2dvi has a new option "--recode". The texi2pdf script has been added for convenience. Some build enhancements have been integrated.

      •  11 Apr 2004 14:20
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        •  10 Sep 2003 23:57
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          •  07 Feb 2003 20:40
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            Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in 4.4 which prevented compressed info files from being found. It detects sys/ptem.h on Solaris.

            •  15 Nov 2002 18:21
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              •  19 May 2002 12:53
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                •  05 Mar 2002 18:56
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                  Release Notes: New commands @verbatim and @verb for printing verbatim inserts, impovements to info and makeinfo, and @math implies @tex (so all the usual plain TeX math is supported). In texi2dvi a new option -o was added to explicitly specify output filename.

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