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0.0400  Sun Dec 25 19:49:48 IST 2011
        - Add support for --basepath
        - Made the -o flag optional, and excluding it from xsltproc if it's
        not specified (there are other ways to specify the output with
        xsltproc and XSLT).
            - These two changes were intended for adapting docmake to
            building DocBook 5.

0.0300  Wed Apr 20 09:05:51 IDT 2011
        - Add support for the xhtml-1_1 mode.
        - Add the tag-release.pl script.

0.0201  Tue Jun 30 15:43:00 IDT 2009
        - Fixed --make with xhtml - previously it didn't build the
        xhtml at all.
        - Got rid of some warnings in the --make flag with the is_older
        flag. Made _is_older more robust. 

0.0200  Sun Jun 28 09:46:15 IDT 2009
        - Removed the "all rights reserved" copyright language - it's not
        compatible with the MIT/X11 License anyway.
        - Added the COPYING file.
        - Added 'create_makefile_pl' to the Build.PL.
        - Added meta_merge resources and keywords to Build.PL.

0.0101  Wed Apr  1 13:35:28 IDT 2009
        - now accepting a --stringparam empty.param="" notation for empty
        string parameters.
        - changed the license in Build.PL from 'bsd' to 'mit' because it's:
            - 1. More accurate.
            - 2. Does not error on my system.

0.01    Fri Jul 11 13:58:14 IDT 2008
        - First version.
        - Has "fo", "xhtml", "pdf" and "rtf" modes.
        - Some flags.
        - PODs, help, etc.
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