build date: 2004.04.20
delivery date: 2004.04.20
This version adds the Ant 'mailing' feature, proposes to inline the CSS, so as to make possible stand-alone HTML release notes pages.

<CSS>  [0.4.0]
Feature visibility
XSL: added CSS selector classes named 'featureVisibilityN' in order to give control to a feature visibility, where N ranges from 1 to 4.
detail: tech
CSS inlined
Ant: it is now possible to inline the CSS content within the generated HTML, so as to be make some HTML stand-alone. This is possible via the 'inlineCSS' parameter.
detail: tech
New dependency, composition, requirement
XMLReleaseNotes2HTML.xsl: fixed the problem of the '[from M.m.µ]' display when [new] also appears (dependencies, requirements, composition).
detail: tech bug-fixing
<FeatureID>  [0.5.1]
Improvement of the Feature ID
A better HTML rendering of the feature inheritance and its identifier is now performed.
detail: tech
Ant: added the opportunity to mail the release notes directly from the task, since the task derives from the official Ant 'Mail' task.
detail: tech

[from 0.0.alpha]XSD 1.0XSD is being use so as to restrict and standardize the release notes structure.
[from 0.0.alpha]XML 1.0All the tiny framework is expressed in XML, so this is of course required to build it.
[from 0.0.alpha]XSLT 1.1The obvious idea is that this framework enables to transforms the XML release notes in whatever text format, and HTML above all.

[from 0.5.1]Ant 1.5.0+This version of Ant is required because we use the XMLCatalog class that only appeared from this version of Ant.
[from 0.3.2]XSLT You need to have an XSLT implementation library like Saxon or Xalan in your Ant 'lib' directory.

Release notes generated by XMLReleaseNotes V0.17.0