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  •  11 Apr 2002 00:41
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    Release Notes: Table support for SGML and moin targets, a new --enumtitle option to enumerate all titles as 1, 1.1, 1.1.1, etc., a numbered list type for all targets (the tag is '+ '), better pre-formatted font escaping (won't parse tags), and the URL matcher supports ftp://user:passwd@domain.com login URLs and user@domain.com?subject=test&cc=me@domain.com filled emails.

    •  22 Mar 2002 21:21
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      Release Notes: This release has a new handy Web interface to use it online. You can access it directly on the internet at the txt2tags site or install it locally on your intranet. There is a new --noheaders option to suppress headers information. Now it can read the marked text from STDIN (specify - as a file). It was adapted to also work on Python v1.5. New "powered by txt2tags" buttons have been added.

      •  12 Mar 2002 16:41
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        Release Notes: New simple table support was added for HTML. Lots of bugs on the man target were fixed. The oneline preformatted tag must have a space at the end: '--- '. The classic -h, --help, -V, and --version options were added. The URL matcher is smarter, suporting #local_anchors and ?form=data.

        •  09 Nov 2001 23:29
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          Release Notes: A new explicit URL/email tag with label: ["my label" http://duh.com], and the date tag supports format strings, like %%date(%m/%d/%Y).

          •  02 Oct 2001 00:17
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            Release Notes: A new 'man' target document, and a nice shell wrapper to deal with files/directories/options (in fact, the Python code is now "embedded" in the shell script).

            •  30 Jul 2001 20:45
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