On March 23, 2011 version 2.15.0 of XLingPaper was released. It works with Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The main highlights are:
- Added a web page output that pays attention to an associated publisher style sheet (as much as it can; e.g. there are no page headers or footers since web pages do not have multiple pages).
- Added a command to enter two consecutive references to examples, sections, figures, numbered tables, interlinear text items, or appendices. This command inserts the two reference elements, inserts an n-dash between them, and sets the attributes appropriately for both reference elements.
- Added selectedBibliography element to allow for the special cases where you want more references to appear than are cited in the body of the document.
- Added a text ID attribute to the interlinear-text element. One can now have an interlinearRefCitation element refer to an entire interlinear-text.
- Added a showTitle attribute to the sectionRef element. One can use this to have either the full or short title of the referred to section/chapter/part be output. Added the same attribute for the appendixRef element.
- Added a showTitleOnly to the interlinearRefCitation element. It can be used to have the short or full title of the referred to interlinear text be output.
- Added a showCaption to the figureRef and tablenumberedRef elements. It can be used to have the full or short caption of the referred to figure or numbered table be output.
- Added a way to convert Endnote XML files to XLingPaper references format.
Click here to see the complete change history.
Posted by Andy Black on April 18, 2011 at 2:12 pm