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yodl-4.03.02-1.2 RPM for armv6hl

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Name: yodl Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 4.03.02 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 1.2 Build date: Fri May 28 17:47:38 2021
Group: Development/Tools/Doc Generators Build host: obs-arm-5
Size: 1700098 Source RPM: yodl-4.03.02-1.2.src.rpm
Summary: Yet One-other Document Language
YODL is a package that consists of programs, some shell scripts, and
auxiliary "lib" files for which hold macro files. The whole purpose of
the package is to provide a simple-to-use and extensible document
language that can be used to convert documents in the YODL format to a
variety of other formats. In this purpose, YODL somewhat resembles
generic markup languages.






* Thu May 06 2021 Ferdinand Thiessen <>
  - Update to version 4.03.02:
    * Fixes for documentation and man pages
* Thu Jan 21 2021 Martin Pluskal <>
  - Update to version 4.03.00:
    * added -V to yodlverbinsert (suppresses verb())
  - Refresh yodl-doc-packages.patch and user recomended patchlevel
  - Small spec file modernisation
* Thu Dec 19 2019
  - version update to 4.02.02
    * Yodlverbinsert's -N option appends verb('s closing ) to the last line of
      the verbatim text, preventing an extra blank line at the end. The
      description of the verb(...) macro in yodlmacros(7) advises on how to
      prevent extra blank lines when using the verb(...) macros in Yodl text.
* Mon Sep 23 2019 Berthold Gunreben <>
  - Remove clear screen from build for s390x since this is broken on
    emulated terminal in OBS.
* Fri Sep 13 2019 Stefan Brüns <>
  - Replace texlive-collection BuildRequires with actually required
  - Fix cleanup of build artifacts, and remove Postscript documentation
    (PDF and HTML should be enough).
* Wed Mar 20 2019 Dominique Leuenberger <>
  - Use / as sed command delimiter. Comma can actually show up in
    optflags (think -Wl,…), which then breaks the sed command line
* Mon Dec 31 2018 Petr Gajdos <>
  - updated to 4.02.01:
    * Migrated from Github to Gitlab
    * End-of-line comment is now available as the triplet \//. Following \// all
      subsequent characters on its line as well as initial blanks on the next
      line are skipped.
    * Added Yodl builtin commands SUBSTR and STRLEN
    * Added the evalsymbol() macro, assigning a value to a symbol using EVAL.
    * Added the nbsp() macro, writing a non-breaking space character
    * Added the manttquoted() macro, optionally embedding arguments of tt macros
      in quotes.
    * Redesigned yodlverbinsert, which now also concatenates multiple
      identically marked sections.
    * Added scripts/newmacros primarily used when designing multiple new .raw
      macro definition files.
    * Added the macro `tbl' (and support macros `tr, tc, tnc, ta, tnac, tao,'
      `tline', and `twrap') as alternative to `table' (and support macros). The
      `tbl' macro extends `table', and simplifies defining tables.
    * SETCOUNTER and ADDTOCOUNTER's second arguments may be additive
      expressions (not containing blanks spaces).
* Mon Dec 18 2017
  - update to 4.01.00:
    * Fixed flaw in handling the LaTex chartable's SUBST(--) definition and
      occurrences of -- in, e.g., letteradmin.raw.
    * The LaTeX specific way of handling two dashes is available, outside of
      NOEXPAND environments as used by, e.g., the verb() and tt() macros, is
      available through the new `dashes()' macro.
    * New macros ttbegin() and ttend() can be used to fine-tune how text set in
      teletype font is handled, in particular in LaTeX conversions.
    * Added builtin functions PUSHSUBST and POPSUBST, as well as the (internally
      used) builtin function XXSUBST.
    * Removed old macros and builtin commands, obsoleted since Yodl 2.00.00.
      (see also the manual section `what's new in 4.00.00').
    * The predefined macro `verb(...)'  now starts with PUSHSUBST(0) and ends
      with POPSUBST: SUBST definitions are not interpreted anymore inside a
      'verb()' macro (SUBST definitions were already ignored in files inserted
      by the NOEXAPAND(PATH)INCLUDE builtin commands).
    * The original definition of the `verb(...)' macro remains available in the
      new predefined macro `verborg(...)'.
    * The contents of the formerly used ./yo subdirectory of ./manual are now
      in ./manual; ./yo has been removed.
    * In LaTeX conversions the -- sequence is now defined in a SUBST definition
      in macros/yodl/chartables/latex.tables.yo as
      due to which text like `operator--()' now clearly shows the two minus
      characters (single minus chars are OK, and cannot be translated, because
      LaTeX sometimes uses them in expressions like `\cline{1-4}').
    * Documentation was updated.
* Mon May 29 2017
  - updated to 3.10.00:
    * Redefined some elements in the standard LaTeX translation table:
      no-argument macros like
      '|'     = "\\textbar"
      received an empty parameter box ("\\textbar{}") to avoid subsequent blanks
      being consumed by LaTex. Cf.,
    * Added a new macro `tableatt' using the attributes specified at the last
      `attrib' macro call to set html-attributes for the html `<table>' tag.
* Wed May 10 2017
  - Update to version 3.08.02:
    * Reorganized the yodl-manpage macro (macros/rawmacros/manpage.raw):
      + man-pages can now be converted to roff, html, and plain text
      + References to the todl manual page format in Yodl's user
      guide and man-pages were updated accordingly.
    * The reorganization also fixes a bug in the manpage html



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