Testers wanted for Plucker 1.5
Please remember, this is an unstable release, and should not be used in production capacities. Consider this an "alpha" version of what will likely be in version 1.6.
This beta release does not include Plucker Desktop or any other GUI-based Plucker tools, other than the standard viewer, distiller, and documentation. If you require other components to test this build, please get them from CVS directly.
As always, the source code itself is available in CVS, under the proper tag, if you should want to contribute to the development of Plucker itself.
This is not intended for production use. If you find any bugs or oddities in this build, you must report them in the bug tracker so they can be addressed immediately. Please remember to select the '1.4 beta 1' version when reporting your bug, and be as detailed as possible in your bug report.
Here's a short list of what is available in this beta release:User Stuff:
- Support for anti-aliased fonts. To convert outline fonts to Plucker format, you may need things from palmfontconv.sourceforge.net
- Keyboard customization support. (Alexander Pruss)
- Added support for continuous viewing of more than 32K of text. (Alexander Pruss)
- Sped up rendering. (Alexander Pruss)
- Added display rotation. (Alexander Pruss)
- Added multiple term search. (Alexander Pruss)
- Added search armlet. (Alexander Pruss)
The Plucker Team
Latest Plucker News
Monday July 28th 2003
Yes, this is for real; this is an official release! Plucker 1.4 is a monumental release, building on the previous version, 1.2, and adds ...
Thursday December 19th 2002
Added JTidy parser. JTidy is specifically geared towards fixing invalid HTML, so it might do a better job than the default NekoHTML parser. ...
Wednesday September 20th 2000
One member of the Plucker team has taken some time and written a Plucker installer and conduit for Windows. Dirk has done a lot of work to make s ...
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