[sugar] FYI libcrossmark 0.2 released
Mon Jan 8 09:52:06 EST 2007
libcrossmark 0.2 is available.
Feedback is welcome, patches even more.
There is no issue tracking system yet, because it is pretty much one big issue.
Release notes below.
Libcrossmark is in no way endorsed, sponsored by- or connected to the
OLPC project. Maybe that changes in the future.
Libcrossmark 0.2 released
Libcrossmark 0.2 /Placeholder for release name/ has been released on
Jan, 8. 2007.
Libcrossmark is a library for handling the emerging crossmark
document format, a simple, wiki-inspired text format that lends itself
very well for the creation of text documents or elaborate emails.
Apart from that the crossmark document format will be used by the One
Laptop per Child project.
This early preview release is supporting only a limited subset of the
currently specified standard (draft version 4), namely paragraph,
blockquote and heading blocks, as well as styling. It is made
available to start discussion about the libcrossmark public API.
For more information have a look at the README and HACKING files
or documentation generated at build (requires doxygen). Please note
that this development snapshot is using asserts (specifically calls to
g_assert() of the glib library) liberally, and therefore can tear
down a consumer application in case of error.
Special thanks goes out to Dom Lachowicz for his assistance in
creating python bindings.
Credits for the 0.1 version that was not announced publicly go to
# Marc Maurer: svn setup, portable build system, initial API review.
# Fridrich Strba: architecture review, advanced C++ tips.
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