As usual, a source tarball and Windows installer are available
at <http://code.google.com/p/pandoc/downloads/list>. You can
also use 'cabal install' to get the latest version from HackageDB:
cabal install pandoc
Changes and new features -- too many to list here -- are summarized at
Major contributors to this version were Andrea Rossato (citeproc integration),
Nathan Gass (support for natbib and biblatex, revised test suite), Paul Rivier
(textile reader), and Puneeth Chaganti (org-mode writer). Thanks also to
everyone else who submitted bug reports or patches.
Try again with 184.108.40.206 (just uploaded). There was an issue with
the man pages on some platforms.
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Thank you Simon.
Working on this Pandoc reader was a great pleasure from end to end.
I don't think it would have been achieved otherwise, so all the credit
really goes to John for the consistently beautiful design of Pandoc.
That was a truly amazing experience as far as I am concerned, and
although I've been off for a couple of month for some reasons, I'm
really looking forward for more contributions :)