txt2tags 2.4 released

Day 24, version 2.4. Got it? :)

Take all the dust and spiders out of your current txt2tags installation and upgrade to the fresh new stylish Christmas release.

Tons of bug fixes, new mark to comment multiple lines, more than one CSS per HTML file and user-defined .sty files for LaTeX are some of the news. Read them all.

Example of the new features:

My Test File
John Doe
Dec/2006

% Multiple CSS files are now supported
% They're applied on the same order you specify them
%
%!style(html): site.css
%!style(html): ie-gotchas.css
%!style(html): xmas-theme.css

% Now you can use your own LaTeX goodness
%
%!style(tex): ~/.mylatexrules.sty
%!style(tex): tex/mystyles/MathSettings.sty

Hello World

%%%
This is a commented block.
Three percentages to open, three more to close.
These lines won't appear on the converted file, they're commented.
%%%

Goodbye World

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2 responses to “txt2tags 2.4 released

  1. Hi together,
    just a comment regarding german Umlaute. I use txt2tags to convert a Vim-written file via XeTeX to pdf. After upgrading from 2.3.2 to 2.4 via the OS X .dmg-file, all the äÄöÖüÜß in the pdf were gone. The Font changed, too. So I downgraded to 2.3.2 again and everything was fine. Maybe it is problem regarding just my txt2tags/XeTex workflow, but I wanted to let you know anyway.
    Keep up the good work and have a great 2007. Kind regards, Frank

  2. Sorry,
    my fault. Aruelio was very helpful, showing me some bugs in my txt2tagsrc file. Now everything works perfectly.

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