Release Notes: The export filter for LaTeX and the interface with Octave have been slightly improved. Portuguese language support has been updated. Many minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The new version implements underbraces, overbraces, and some other wide extensible characters. Several minor patches and bugfixes were also applied.
Release Notes: The reorganization of the file management has been finished. URLs are now systematically used as file names. Several minor bugs have been corrected as well.
Release Notes: This version includes an improved HTML input filter (rewritten in Scheme) and an experimental MathML input filter. Some minor improvements were made to the plugin system and a reorganization of the file management code was started.
Release Notes: A major reorganization of the C++ code has been started. The new binary distributions now include French and Spanish translations of most of the manual. Finally, a user preference for the automatic closing of brackets has been added.
Release Notes: The HTML and XML parser has been rewritten in a more robust way. The online help for Maxima 5.9 is again available.
Release Notes: The first reorganization of Guile has been completed. TeXmacs now relies on the Guile module system and user preferences can be customized in extension modules.
Release Notes: The Guile/Scheme part has been further reorganized: half of the code now uses the Guile module system. The wait messages have also been made less annoying.
Release Notes: In this version the reorganization of C++ part of the Guile interf ace was continued, as was the reorganization of the plugin sys tem. The menus and icon bars are now only recomputed after c hanges, reducing the flickering on slow systems.
Release Notes: Reorganization of the Scheme interface and the plugin system was continued. The HTML output filter can now also handle simple tables and images.