Version of GNU TeXmacs

Release Notes: This version comes with a cleaner implementation of extern macros (written in Scheme), a new way to enter title information (with better support for multiple authors), and more documentation about how to write your own style files.

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Release Notes: This version comes with a native PDF converter, several new tools for debugging, and support for marginal notes. More than sixty pending bugs were corrected and recovery from errors has been improved.

  •  05 Nov 2013 02:20

Release Notes: In the new version, the user interface for document styles and packages has been simplified by allowing users to make more contextual customizations. An experimental native converter to PDF was also added, customization of macros has been made easier, and various micro-typographic improvements were integrated, including better typography for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

  •  24 Sep 2013 20:11

Release Notes: This release comes with an improved presentation mode, more portable plug-ins, and a completely-rewritten Scilab plug-in. The LaTeX import and export filters have been further improved, and experimental support has been added for several graphical text effects.

  •  27 Mar 2013 22:59

    Release Notes: This release adds the ability to run plugins in a remote fashion over SSH. The detection of plugins has also been improved, as well as the LaTeX importation and exportation of meta-data. A thorough reorganization of the font system is ongoing.

    •  17 Feb 2013 02:14

    Release Notes: This release adds support for arbitrary zoom factors, fitting to the width of the screen, a special widget for user preferences, new tools for developers, and several minor improvements for conversions to and from LaTeX.


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