I'm happy to announce FiXme version 4.0
#### WARNING: this is a major release containing many new features and heavy
#### internals refactoring. FiXme 4.0 comes with unprecedented flexibiity,
#### unrivalled extensibility and unchallenged backward-INcompatibility.
What's new in version 4.0
* Support for collaborative annotations
suggested by Michael Kubovy
** Support for "targeted" notes and environments
(highlighting a portion of text), suggested by Mark Edgington.
** Support for "floating" notes
(not specific to any portion of text), suggested by Rasmus Villemoes.
** Support for alternate layout autoswitch in TeX's inner mode
suggested by Will Robertson.
** Support for automatic language tracking in multilingual documents
** Support for themes
** Extended support for user-provided layouts
** Support for key=value argument syntax in the whole user interface
** New command \fxsetup
** Homogenize log and console messages
** Heavy internals refactoring
FiXme is a collaborative annotation tool for LaTeX documents. Annotating a
document refers here to inserting meta-notes, that is, notes that do not
belong to the document itself, but rather to its development or reviewing
process. Such notes may involve things of different importance levels, ranging
from simple "fix the spelling" flags to critical "this paragraph is a lie"
mentions. Annotations like this should be visible during the development or
reviewing phase, but should normally disapear in the final version of the
FiXme is designed to ease and automate the process of managing collaborative
annotations, by offering a set of predefined note levels and layouts, the
possibility to register multiple note authors, to reference annotations by
listing and indexing etc. FiXme is extensible, giving you the possibility to
create new layouts or even complete "themes", and also comes with support for
FiXme homepage: http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~didier/softwa ... .php#fixme