Gerbil is an extensible document generator based on eRuby
that outputs to any format you want: plain text, HTML,
LaTeX, UNIX man page, your own custom format, and so on.

               http://gerbil.rubyforge.org

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Gerbil 3.1.0

This release improves the HTML format by reducing the
output file size, improving on-line usability and document
printability (please try the ???print preview??? function in
your browser; the output is simply beautiful!), and
repairing some defects.

1  Improvements

  ??? The file size of the HTML format???s output has been
    significantly reduced by reusing the data for embedded
    admonition icons through CSS. So use admonitions
    generously; they will not bloat the output file size!

1.1  Usability

  1 Please see the ./doc/guide.html file in your Web browser.
  ??? All headings are now hyperlinks to themselves. This
    allows readers to obtain a ???permanent link??? to any
    section in your HTML document.

  ??? A meta navigation menu is now emitted at the top of the
    HTML document. This menu contains hyperlinks to the
    various structural elements of a document, such as the
    abstract, table of contents, list of figures, and
    references.

  ??? The color of visited hyperlinks has been darkened to
    improve readability.

  ??? The style of blockquote now provides better focus on
    its content.

  ??? Cross-reference (xref) hyperlinks now have a
    mouse-hover title when you override the default link
    text.

1.2  Printing

  ??? Page breaks are now inserted before major sections in
    the document. This allows for easier printing (you can
    print a subset of pages without fear of discontinuity)
    and improves readability through better organization.

  ??? In browsers that support CSS3 pseudo-class selectors,
    cross-reference hyperlinks now show the name and index
    of their destination node.

  ??? Internal hyperlinks (which point to internal URI
    fragments) that are not cross-references are now shown
    as normal text to reduce distraction.

2  Repairs

  ??? Cross-reference (xref) hyperlinks to paragraphs were
    broken due to a missing id attribute.

  ??? Removed useless CSS styles and fixed some XHTML
    validation issues.
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