Prince for Books is a new venture that allows us to spend more time on features particularly sought by publishers.
The initial focus of work is on features common to all books: making the pagination and line-breaking choices expected of books.
Windows / 32-bit ZIPprince-books-20180601-win32.zip
Windows / 64-bit ZIPprince-books-20180601-win64.zip
Ubuntu 16.04 / 64-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-ubuntu16.04-amd64.tar.gz
Ubuntu 16.04 / 32-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-ubuntu16.04-i386.tar.gz
Ubuntu 14.04 / 64-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-ubuntu14.04-amd64.tar.gz
Ubuntu 14.04 / 32-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-ubuntu14.04-i386.tar.gz
CentOS 7 / 64-bit rpmprince-books-20180601-1.centos7.x86_64.rpm
CentOS 7 / 64-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-centos7-x86_64.tar.gz
CentOS 6 / 64-bit rpmprince-books-20180601-1.centos6.x86_64.rpm
CentOS 6 / 64-bit tar.gzprince-books-20180601-centos6-x86_64.tar.gz
Based on Prince 12.
prince-line-break-choices, but retain
title-lookahead', to enable line breaking for non-justified text, one paragraph at a time. The *-lookahead values will usually improve ragged line breaking choices (at the cost of using more time and memory), and we expect them to become the default in future releases once we've had more experience that they don't cause significant regression; please let us know if you find they make anything worse.
fast, for quick web-browers–style line breaking: useful for testing the effect of styling changes that don't depend on good line breaking.
prince-text-wrap: wrap | heading | title. [Renamed to
prince-forced-breaksfor manually influencing line-breaking decisions.