This release of
mmd fixes a number of bugs, adds C++ support, and adds a
mmdLoadFile function that loads Markdown content from the
mmd.hheader now includes the C++
extern "C"wrapper around the C function prototypes.
mmdLoadFilefunction that loads a markdown document from a
HTMLDOC 1.9.1 is primarily a bug fix release that also adds limited support for UTF-8.
<element property>is written as
Mini-XML 2.11 fixes a number of bugs, adds support for reproducible builds, cross-compilation, and enumeration of element attributes, and adds support for generating EPUB documentation using mxmldoc.
mxmlElementSetAttrfdid not work with some versions of Visual Studio (Issue #184)
mxmlELementGetAttrCountfunctions (Issue #185)
SOURCE_DATE_EPOCHenvironment variable for reproducible builds (Issue #193)
mxmlSetOpaqueffunctions to add and set formatted opaque string values.
@exclude format@comments to exclude documentation based on the output format. The format string can be
allto exclude documentation for all formats or a comma-delimited list such as
zipc v1.2 adds ZIP read support using the
zipcXMLGetAttribute functions. It also fixes use from C++ code, fixes Visual C++ support, and adds support for the
%f format in the
EPM 4.4 is a maintenance release that fixes RPM packaging and several build issues.
HTMLDOC 1.9 is a limited feature release that adds support for Markdown input and EPUB output.
mmd v1.0 is a miniature markdown parsing “library” consisting of a single C
source file and accompanying header file.
mmd v1.0 mostly conforms to the
CommonMark version of markdown syntax and supports a couple (otherwise
undocumented) CommonMark extensions.
zipc is a simple ZIP container “library” consisting of a C source file and accompanying header file. Version 1.0 implements writing of ZIP containers with files smaller than 4GB. Files can be stored as-is or compressed with deflate (gzip) compression.
HTMLDOC 1.8.30 fixes some known build and formatting issues. Changes include:
All of the bug reports from the old server have been migrated to the Github issue tracker.
I have moved the main msweet.org web site and projects to Github in order to spend less time maintaining servers and more time programming. All of the recent releases are already available in the corresponding Github projects, and I will be migrating the bug reports to the Github issue tracker over the next couple days.
In lieu of mailing lists, please use the Github issue tracker to ask questions or report problems with the new web site.
Mini-XML 2.10 is now available for download from:
Mini-XML 2.10 fixes some stack overflow, XML, and API issues.
HTMLDOC 1.8.29 is now available for download from:
HTMLDOC 1.8.29 fixes some known build and formatting issues, updates support libraries, and drops support for OpenSSL.
EPM 4.3 is now available for download from:
The new release fixes several issues on Linux and OS X and adds support for signed packages.
HTMLDOC 1.8.28 is now available for download from:
HTMLDOC 1.8.28 fixes some known security issues and formatting bugs.
Mini-XML 2.8 is now available for download from:
Mini-XML 2.8 fixes some minor platform and XML issues.