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    3 0.0.28 (stable)
    4   - fix broken temp files removal (introduced in 0.0.27)
    5   - links detection changed to elinks (new links options
    6     not compatible)
    7 
    8 
    9 0.0.27 (stable)
   10   - remove several bashisms from scripts
   11   - add new option --profile for preprocessing documents
   12     with profiling stylesheet
   13   - fix several potential crashes in xmlif (found by static
   14     analysis)
   15 
   16 
   17 0.0.26 (stable)
   18   - --searchpath option no longer produces warning
   19     about local builtin used outside the function
   20     (debian #652974)
   21   - fix build with automake 1.13+
   22   - fix noextensions option recognition
   23   - handle used css list in epub format
   24 
   25 0.0.25 (stable)
   26   - prevent possible collisions in manpage generation
   27   - fix broken fop/fop1 extensions
   28   - fix handling of external data objects with fop
   29     (debian #568894)
   30 
   31 0.0.24 (stable)
   32   - README file was improved to provide better guidance
   33     for users
   34   - show the text-web-browser converting command in
   35     verbose mode for better debugging
   36   - workaround passivetex limitation for chapters
   37     titles starting with L
   38   - use passivetex/fop extensions by default, provide
   39     --noextensions option to disable them
   40   - basic experimental support for conversion from docbook
   41     to epub
   42 
   43 0.0.23 (stable)
   44   - add support for detection of tail and gnu cp, do
   45     not hardcode /bin/bash initial value
   46   - use those detected binaries instead of previously
   47     hardcoded ones
   48   - use `type -t` bash shell builtin instead of `which`
   49     utility for detection of file availability
   50   - new option --noautosize to prevent overriding of
   51     user-defined paper sizes
   52 
   53 0.0.22 (stable)
   54   - added experimental support for xhtml1 source format
   55   (output formats are awt, dvi, fo, mif, pcl,  pdf, ps,
   56   svg, txt)
   57   - create tex and xhtml subpackage in spec file to reduce
   58   requirements for main package
   59   - automated detection of programs path in configure,
   60   program/utility path could be passed to configure by
   61   variable, allowed selection of default backend and
   62   default webbrowser (just for requirements at the moment)
   63   - check for missing tools/programs, fail if tool is not
   64   available
   65   - fixed libpaper cleaning up(debian #491390)
   66   - xmllint validity check now with noent option(debian
   67     #516253)
   68   - fixed --stringparam option
   69   - added some messages to easier detection of troubles,
   70   used different error codes for various situations(see
   71   docs)
   72   - fixed FSF addresses, xmlif now licensed under GPLv2+
   73   (was GPL+, various indentation fixes, fixed documentation
   74   compilation warnings
   75 
   76 0.0.21 (stable)
   77   - added experimental support for dblatex(needs installed
   78   dblatex package)
   79   - fixed issue with cp -a option on non-gnu systems
   80   non-mandatory support for libpaper
   81 
   82 0.0.20 (stable)
   83   - added experimental fop support(needs installed fop package)
   84   possibility to read a stylesheet from STDIN
   85   - some small fixes/changes in docbook formats and xmlto script
   86 
   87 0.0.19 (stable)
   88 	added supported for basename with spaces, stringparam
   89   option for passing argument to stylesheet, bash no
   90   longer hardcoded, added option for not cleaning temp
   91   files for diagnostics.
   92 
   93 0.0.18 (stable)
   94 
   95 	A portability problem was fixed, and the xmlif syntax was
   96 	modified.
   97 
   98 0.0.17 (stable)
   99 
  100 	The exit code when validation fails was fixed. w3m is used for
  101 	text output.
  102 
  103 0.0.16 (stable)
  104 
  105 	Minor bug-fixes.
  106 
  107 0.0.15 (stable)
  108 
  109 	Some format script fixes.
  110 
  111 0.0.14 (stable)
  112 
  113 	The db2man fixes are no longer needed.
  114 
  115 0.0.13 (stable)
  116 
  117 	Several minor bugs were fixed.
  118 
  119 0.0.12 (stable)
  120 
  121 	Validation is now working, and output encoding is determined
  122 	from the environment.
  123 
  124 0.0.11 (stable)
  125 
  126 	The db2man stylesheet is no longer shipped, since it now comes
  127 	with docbook-xsl.  A new tool, xmlif, is included.  Several bugs
  128 	were fixed.
  129 
  130 0.0.10 (stable)
  131 
  132 	A small bug was fixed in the PS and DVI format scripts, and the
  133 	db2man code has been synchronised to CVS.
  134 
  135 0.0.9 (stable)
  136 
  137 	There were some further improvements made to db2man.
  138 
  139 0.0.8 (stable)
  140 
  141 	There were assorted fixes, and some further db2man improvements.
  142 
  143 0.0.7 (stable)
  144 
  145 	Some portability fixes were made and there were some more db2man
  146 	improvements.
  147 
  148 0.0.6 (stable)
  149 
  150 	Some db2man improvements were made, some minor script bugs
  151 	were fixed, and automatic paper size handling was added.
  152 
  153 0.0.5 (stable)
  154 
  155 	Some db2man bugs were fixed.
  156 
  157 0.0.4 (stable)
  158 
  159 	The option handling was improved.
  160 
  161 0.0.3 (stable)
  162 
  163 	The db2man stylesheet was further improved.
  164 
  165 0.0.2 (stable)
  166 
  167 	More format scripts were added, and the db2man stylesheet was
  168 	further improved.
  169 
  170 0.0.1 (stable)
  171 
  172 	Made the format script interface definition a bit clearer.
  173 
  174 0.0.0 (stable)
  175 
  176 	Initial release.