Release Notes: This version features new %!preproc: and %!postproc: user defined filters. There's also a new mark + for explicit numbered titles, +like this+, so now users can mix normal titles with numbered ones, like a book with Appendix. Now all the config settings can be linked with a especific target, using the new "%!key(target):value" syntax. Lots of user reported bugs was fixed, titles on LaTeX are unnumbered by default (as other targets) and the GUI was improved, showing %!cmdline contents (if any) and refreshing checkboxes when a new file is loaded.
Release Notes: There is a new %!cmdline setting to specify a default command line. There are new short options -H and -n for --noheaders and --enumtitle. The new options -o and --outfile are used to set the output filename. The LaTeX target now supports images.
Release Notes: A new smart align mode was implemented for the full table and for each table cell. The --style option was added to specify an HTML CSS file, and the --toclevel option was added to set the maximum TOC deepness. The --maskemail option (which was broken since v1.2) was fixed.
Release Notes: A "Txt2tags User Guide" document has been added to centralize all the program information. Improvements are the mark for "raw text" (not parsed) and the new "%!encoding" command to specify the document charset. There is also a new "contrib" dir for user contributed stuff. Some bugs in TOC handling were fixed.
Release Notes: Support for LaTeX documents has been added. Now multiple source files can be specified on the command line as "txt2tags -t html *.t2t". The URL matcher was improved and now gets paths such as http://this.com/// and http://this.com?var=abc#anchor correct. There is a new unhtml.vim script to convert by brute force an HTML file to a txt2tags file using Vim.
Release Notes: This release breaks compatibility with previous releases. After upgrading, you will have to check your current txt2tags files, and possibly fix them. Please read the "Survivor's Guide for v1.1 Upgrade" on the program homepage for more detailed information.
Release Notes: This release starts the new 1.x series, which aims to spread the program out. It adds a graphical Tk interface, compatibility with Unix/Windows/Mac, and handling of linebreaks and other platform-specific issues.
Release Notes: This release is a 100% pure Python script. The bash part is gone, so now it runs nicely on MS Windows and other Python aware platforms. There are new --toc and --toconly options to generate Table Of Contents, and .t2t is defined as the oficial txt2tags file extension. The txt.vim file was renamed to txt2tags.vim, and the tarball was reorganized. There are some improvements in the TXT target appearance. Now the command line used to generate the document is inserted as a comment on it.
Release Notes: There is a new abuseme.txt complex sample file (test suite), a new smart image align feature for HTML (see abuseme.txt), and a new --maskemail option to hide email from SPAM robots. The HTML table can now optionally have a border. There are improvements in the txt.vim syntax file, and now colors work in the GUI. Special characters are now escaped inside `preformatted`. More than one %%date on the same line is handled. The closing quote tag is now right.
Release Notes: A new Emacs syntax highlight file for txt2tags rules, a new tag for definition lists (DL tag on HTML), changing the named link tag from ["label" url] to [label url], and new local links support as file.html, #anchor, and file.html#anchor.