The highlights of Leo 5.1
This release features @clean, one of the most important developments in Leo's history. @clean trees create external files without sentinel comments, yet Leo can update @clean trees from changes made to the corresponding external files. Steve Zatz explains why @clean changes everything.
- @clean trees preserve clone links and user attributes (uA's).
- Reading @clean trees is faster than reading @auto or @shadow trees.
- A new web page displays .leo files in the browser.
- Added command history to Leo's minibuffer.
- A new IdleTime class greatly simplifies idle-time handling.
- Leo now honors @language inside @doc parts
- @data nodes can be composed of their descendant nodes.
- @shadow is now deprecated. @clean is superior to @shadow in all respects.
Mulder/Ream algorithm updates @clean trees.
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