Release Notes: Experimental indexing support was added. It is mostly useful for LaTeX output.
Release Notes: This release deepens "sectioning" support down to 7 levels.
Release Notes: The historical hack of using \\ to produce a line break was removed. It has been replaced with an internally used LineBreak element. Also, the behavior of line continuations in verbatim mode was modified. They are now ignored, as they should be.
Release Notes: This release has a first cut at footnote support (HTML and LaTex). There is a more elegant HTML style for the out-of-the-box HTML default. The reference manual has been updated. A massive source code overhaul (clean up) has begun.
Release Notes: The previous release was accidentally distributed as DOS files (with ^M terminated lines), which caused much havoc. A new .dat file element, EXT, has been added to specify the default output file extension. If EXT isn't present, then ID is used.
Release Notes: AFT now produces better-looking LaTeX and HTML.
Release Notes: Better LaTeX support and a new table parser.
Release Notes: In this version, users can now escape _,|, and ~ with a backslash, there is support for relative URLs, and new and improved Lout support has been added.
Release Notes: This is a stable release (building upon 5.08b) featuring a new license (Clarified Artistic), improvements to the new bracket target/reference syntax, nicer html and LaTeX output, and a few tweaks here and there.
Release Notes: This release has a new, easier markup for doing links/references. A mechanism (via the SET pragma) has been added to allow variable definition and expansion in an AFT document. Also, documentation has been updated.