Better (intuitive) paragraph termination. Some markups may terminate a paragraph. Example:
[section x] blah... [endsect]
[br]are now deprecated.
section:and the section id.
varlistentryare treated as blocks.
replaceableis treated as an inline element.
[endsect]tags are balanced in templates.
[in simple markup. Fixes some errors with mismatched punctuation.
[quickbook 1.6]version switch, but liable to change in future versions.
listitem, so if an entry has multiple values, merge them into one
langattribute in documentation info.
bridgeheadelements. This results in more consistent html, since docbook generates a random id if they don't have one.
[br], printing a single warning about generating invalid boostbook.
[copyright 2001-2006, 2010 One person, 2008 Another person].
\<is correctly encodes to <).
compatibility-modeto make it possible to upgrade documents without breaking ids.
#, so that it's used for preprocessor statements at the start of a line, and as a 'special' character elsewhere (#8510, #8511).
--output-deps. Not really for public use
endsectcan now have an id, if it doesn't match the current section it's an error.
--strictparamters. This is still under development so new errors could be added.
--no-outputcommand line parameter to process the quickbook documents but not actually generate any files.
Some basic direct generation of HTML (i.e. without using BoostBook). At
the command line use
--output-format html to generate chunked
--output-format onehtml to generate a single HTML page.
It's also useful to pass the path to the root of the boost distribution
--boost-root path option. Or to use outside of boost,
While this isn't ready for production, it might be useful to quickly preview changes to quickbook documentation, especially if you don't have boostbook set up.