Release Notes: This release adds a rudimentary spreadsheet facility and a new mode for editing TeXmacs documentation. Several X11 and Qt widgets have been added for GUI development using Scheme, and many minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release features a more context-sensitive user interface based on the newly introduced concept of "current focus". Several other user interface improvements were made, both for the X11 and the Qt backends.
Release Notes: This version comes with completely redesigned keyboard mappings for Gnome, KDE, Mac OS, and Windows, and these mappings will now be used as the defaults under Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. It also provides support for the STIX fonts and several other mathematical Truetype fonts. Several improvements were also made in the Qt port, and documentation was added for the beamer style.
Release Notes: This release comes with experimental native bibliography support, experimental native PDF export support, and a structured difference tool. Several bugs were corrected in the upcoming Qt version, and new beta versions of the binary MacOS and Windows installers are available.
Release Notes: Many improvements were made for the upcoming Qt version, including a new Windows port, and several improvements were made concerning the HTML export filter. The software's license has been upgraded to the GNU GPL version 3 or later. Development now takes place via SVN instead of CVS. A plug-in for TeXgraph has been added.
Release Notes: This version comes with an experimental Qt port.
Release Notes: This release implements a first version of the remote TeXmacs file system. As an application, a native wiki has been integrated into TeXmacs.
Release Notes: This version comes with a linking tool, which provides an improved replacement for the Proclus plug-in. Basic hyperlinks, actions, and navigation have also been improved.
Release Notes: This version comes with beta support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. The Maxima interface has also been updated for Maxima 6.9.3 and a mechanism for cache invalidation has been added.
Release Notes: From now on, TeXmacs uses type 1 fonts by default. A package with additional type 1 versions of EC and LA fonts can be downloaded from the software's Web site. This version also includes a plug-in for Mathematica and some speed optimizations based on file caching.