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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.12 + DTLoupe 1.5.8

These updates to DTRichTextEditor and DTLoupe address some tenacious crashes occurring from invalid geometry of sublayers.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.11

I had moved DTRichTextEditor to be Open Source because I wanted bright individuals to be able to contribute to this complex component. I had hatched the plan to ask people who are using the component commercially to set a bounty for fixed issues. This is the second release where a bounty was successfully captured.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.10

This is the first update since the project has been open-sourced. Together with the updates in all sub-modules it now supports Cocoapods frameworks and modules.

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DTRichTextEditor Goes Open Source

Development on DTRichTextEditor had started in 2011, several years before Apple revamped the internals of UITextView to TextKit. I based it on DTCoreText – which had been open source from the start – and added a custom magnifying glass to mimic the one provided by the system. As of today, I am making it Open Source.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.9

This update to DTRichTextEditor contains several pressing fixes.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.8 + DTLoupe 1.5.5

This update for DTRichTextEditor and DTLoupe hot fixes an issue with loupe rotation under iOS 8.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.7

This maintenance release for DTRichTextEditor brings together various fixes from recent DTCoreText and DTFoundation updates and adds support for tint color.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.6

This is a maintenance release for DTRichTextEditor. It contains only updates for the involved submodules.

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DTRichTextEditor 1.6.5

The update for DTRichTextEditor adds support for building for arm64 and fixes two bugs.

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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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