Monthly Archives: January 2007
This release of Aspose.Words contains a single important new feature:
- RTF Import
Support for RTF in Aspose.Words was requested by many customers and for very long time. We are proud to announce that RTF in Aspose.Words is now fully supported. We released RTF export a few months ago in Aspose.Words 4.0 and now we complete the job by adding RTF import.
Aspose.Words was initially developed to generate, open, modify, save and convert primarily Microsoft Word DOC documents, but it later grew to … Continue Reading
Finally it is released, the thing that you were waiting for so long. Yet another format is fully added to Aspose.Words arsenal, and this is Rich Text Format. Today we have released RTF importing module, thus keeping our promises to make it public in January (although it’s 31st ).
The release does not mean, however, that working on the module is stopped. We will be polishing the code, making it more and more resilient to badly formed RTF, and fixing any formatting … Continue Reading
- Fixed: Creating Curves, Ellipses, Circles and Rounded Rectangles in the ShapeManager.
We are heading to deliver the Aspose.Network.Exchange in the coming Aspose.Network 3.3.
Aspose.Network.Exchange will provide a set of communication features to Microsoft Exchange Server (with WebDav protocol), such checking email messages, sending email messages and calendaring.
With continuous growing, Aspose.Network has supported more than 8 major network protocols, including SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, MIME, FTP, DNS, ICMP, WhoIs, WebDAV and more. It is a must be tool kit for your network programming.… Continue Reading
It would be great if there was any guideline on writing the <exception> documentation tags.
The .NET Framework Guidelines book gives plenty of guidelines on using exceptions, but nothing about documenting exceptions thrown by a method.
I fully agree and support the idea that the exception specification is not part of the C# language, but documenting what exceptions are thrown by a method in a public API is an entirely different thing and I think it must be done. The .NET … Continue Reading
Just found a nice Microsoft KB article that shows how to change the way Internet Explorer opens linked Microsoft Word documents. By default, they are opened in-place in the browser window; many users seem require another behavior, when the documents are opened in a separate instance of Microsoft Word. I have tested it and it worked. Hope this will be useful.
You can read the article here:
The existing documentation for Aspose.Metafiles includes:
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We have released Aspose.Metafiles for Java 18.104.22.168.
This release includes changes made in 1.1.* hot fixes and new features:
- New: Colors remapping on metafiles rendering.
- Fixed: Rendering Window*, Viewport* gdi commands.
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We have released Aspose.Chart 3.3.7.
- Added: Support EMF in Chart.Save()
We’ve been asked several times by our customers whether Aspose.Words is supported on Mono. Now we’ve done some preliminary tests running Aspose.Words on Mono 1.2 and I’m happy to tell we have not encountered any problems so far! It seems to work great.
This makes Aspose.Words the only library avaialble in the world that deals with Microsoft Word documents on Mono because as far as I can tell none of the other competing components work on Mono.
I’ve downloaded … Continue Reading