Release Notes: In this release, support for numbering equations has been added for equation arrays, and the LaTeX import filter has been improved. Several bugs were also corrected.
Release Notes: In this version, support has been added for Finnish and the manual has been translated into French. Several compilation bugs were fixed as well.
Release Notes: A facility has been added for assembling parts of the online documentation into an article or a book. Very elementary browsing of the help is now also supported.
Release Notes: A verbatim interface for GNU Octave has been added and several minor bugs were corrected.
Release Notes: The LaTeX to TeXmacs converter has been improved such that previously exported documents can be reimported again without too much loss of quality. Entries for creating macros and context-based tags have been added to the menus.
Release Notes: The layout of the menus has been improved using the newly implemented support for greyed and checked menu items. The LaTeX to TeXmacs converter has been slightly improved and the implementation of a TeXmacs to HTML converter was started.
Release Notes: The online TeXmacs manual has been reorganized, and the tmdoc style file has been adapted likewise. Headers and footers can now be changed through the menus, and several minor changes and bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: Superscripts and subscripts can now be put above and below arrows. Several minor bugs have been corrected and the source code was adapted to allow it to compile using G++ 3.1.
Release Notes: A page-breaking algorithm as fast as the previous in the case of one flow, forward deletion for non-structured text, and a more user friendly way of entering title information for articles were added. Several bugs were fixed, including some related to spell checking and vertical spacing. This release marks the freeze of TeXmacs, with no new features to be added before version 1.0.
Release Notes: Cells of tables may now contain arbitrary multi-paragraph material. Deletion of rows and columns was implemented.