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Re: Skribilo 0.9.5 released

From: Aleix Conchillo Flaqué
Subject: Re: Skribilo 0.9.5 released
Date: Mon, 2 Nov 2020 15:24:40 -0800


Skribilo is now available on macOS through homebrew-guile:

$ brew install aconchillo/guile/skribilo



On Sun, Nov 1, 2020 at 12:36 PM Ludovic Courtès <> wrote:
> I am pleased to announce version 0.9.5 of Skribilo, a schemey document
> authoring system.
> The SHA256 hashes for these two files are:
>   00826a21c4634fb0b410ee89eb48068c445d800825874654e3d53d5ca3f0bf09  
> skribilo-0.9.5.tar.gz
>   e5ded90be7d06a7239e662c3d42588cde973b7e8bfb8c8c65d5a2e1566c608f6  
> skribilo-0.9.5.tar.gz.sig
> Documentation is available at:
> Skribilo is a free document production tool that takes a structured
> document representation as its input and renders that document in a
> variety of output formats: HTML and Info for on-line browsing, and Lout,
> LaTeX or ConTeXt for high-quality hard copies.
> The input document can use Skribilo’s markup language to provide
> information about the document’s structure, which is similar to HTML or
> LaTeX and does not require expertise.  Alternatively, it can use a
> simpler, “markup-less” format that borrows from Emacs’ outline mode and
> from other conventions used in emails, Usenet, and text.
> Skribilo can be thought of as a document programming framework for the
> Scheme programming language that may be used to automate a variety of
> document generation tasks.  It uses GNU Guile 3.0 or 2.x as the
> underlying Scheme implementation.
> Skribilo is a follow-up to Manuel Serrano’s and Érick Gallesio’s Skribe
> (thank you!).  It is based on Skribe 1.2d but differs in important ways.
> Excerpt from the ‘NEWS’ file:
>   * New in Skribilo 0.9.5
>   ** Skribilo now runs on Guile 3.0 (in addition to 2.x)
>   ** Guile 1.8 is no longer supported
>   ** ‘document’ markup supports :info-dir-category and :info-dir-entry
>   These are honored by the Info engine, which uses them as the category
>   and entry that show up in the Info “dir” file.
>   ** Info engine: number sections and chapters
>   ** Lout engine: recognize and replace more Unicode characters in the input
> Thanks,
> Ludovic.

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