Release Notes: A library of mathematical template types and routines has been added for use by the graphical mode. Several bugs were fixed. Intersections of curves are now detected automatically when drawing graphics.
Release Notes: A user friendly Windows installer based on the Cygwin version was built. This version also comes with a plug-in for Cadabra and updated interfaces for Maple and Mathematica. Several bugs were fixed.
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: Table editing has both been simplified and improved in this version. An alpha version of secure communication with a TeXmacs server was added. The CJK support has been further 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: This version corrects several problems with the exportation of symbols to LaTeX and the display of rubber fonts. The plug-ins for Maxima and Reduce were also updated.
Release Notes: This version comes with a user preference for the HTML converter to export formulas as images. The LaTeX converters and the graphical mode were also further improved.
Release Notes: This version comes with several improvements and bug corrections in the LaTeX import and export filters. In particular, several user preferences were added for customizing the export filter.
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.