W3C Open Source Software – News for 2019

This is an archive of the W3C Open Source Software release news for the year 2019. Please read the Latest News for up-to-date information.

New documentation for b6+

2019-12-14 The slide framework b6+ (current version: March 2019) now comes with fairly complete documentation and a generic style sheet to get started writing slides. The style sheet replaces the W3C-specific style that was previously used in the documentation. The slide framework can be downloaded as a zip file containing a JavaScript file (b6plus.js), a style sheet (simple.css), the manual (Overview.html) and some images used in the manual.

html-xml-utils 7.8

2019-10-06 Version 7.8 of the HTML-XML-utils improves two of the programs: hxtoc adds support for the HTML hgroup element and the -d option no longer requires that a heading element of a section is the first element in that section. hxnormalize no longer replaces newlines by spaces in writing systems that do not put spaces between words. (Currently supported are: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Khmer and Thai.)

xmptool 2.2

2019-01-11 Version 2.2 of xmptool adds support for qualified properties (structured values that include the special rdf:value property). Previously only certain trivial cases were supported. Also, xmptool no longer outputs qualified properties if the property has zero qualifiers: It outputs a simple property instead. E.g., it can read <x:prop rdf:value="xyz"/>, but outputs it as <prop>xyz</x:prop>

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