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DTCoreText 1.6.6 + DTRichTextEditor 1.6.3

Again, another maintenance release for DTCoreText and DTRichTextEditorwhich mostly addresses issues introduced by the recent CSS handling rewrite. It also further enhances support for CSS style cascading.

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DTCoreText 1.6.5

This is a maintenance release addressing several crashing problems.

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DTCoreText 1.6.4

This update for DTCoreText brings fixes and improvements of equal proportion.

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DTCoreText 1.6.3 + DTRichTextEditor 1.6.2

Two minor version updates are fixing issues in DTCoreText and DTRichTextEditor.

Update: If you have trouble building via CocoaPods please make sure that you have version 0.23 and also refresh your pod specs. I had to – once more – modify the spec to fix a build problem. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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DTCoreText 1.6.2

This hot fix update of DTCoreText addresses a few issues that arose from the cleanup and reorganisation of DTFoundation 1.5.0.

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DTCoreText 1.6.1

For the most part this is a bug fix release on DTCoreText, but there are also two new little features in the demo app. This update was made possible by a generous sponsor.

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DTCoreText 1.6

Actually I wanted to release this as version 1.5.4, but frankly I got lazy trying to separate new features from bug fixes. So let’s call this 1.6.0 instead.

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DTCoreText 1.5.3

Last update before WWDC. This is a maintenance release fixing some pressing issues, some of which were causing crashing.

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DTCoreText 1.5.2

I’ve got a bunch of fixes and enhancements released in DTCoreText 1.5.2 today. Special thanks to Antiloop who sponsored the improvements for handling of padding inside lists.

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Rich Text Update 1.5

Today we are releasing the 1.5 version of our rich text components. This marks the second unified release where several parts of our rich text eco system are maturing in lock-step.

For the most part these improvements and enhancements were funded from exceptional sales of DTRichTextEditor as well as several sponsors who stepped forward to allow me to finally get support for lists implemented.

From what I can tell the clients who licensed the editor are way more willing to contribute funds to something they have already paid for, than for enhancing the – otherwise free with attribution – DTCoreText.

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