Tehuantec has released a new version of the Tehuantipec library which has some improvements over its previous one.
The Tehuantispec is an open source library for parsing and processing Tehuanipecs.
It was developed by Tehuanta in cooperation with the Tequilacolucan University of Technology in the Andes and has been ported to other platforms like Windows, Linux, macOS, Android and iOS.
The developers have released a public beta version of Tehuantopec 1.3 which is now available on GitHub and is available for testing.
Users can download the new version from GitHub and check out the changelog to see the full changes.
Tehuantepecs are written in the Java programming language, which is easy to learn and can be easily ported to any programming language.
It was originally developed by the Tehua and Tehuatepec companies and they merged their code in 2017.
The Tehua company also has its own language, but Tehuatipecs support is much more robust than Java.
The new version includes some new functionality, like automatic translation, support for UTF-8 character encoding, support of Unicode 8.0 characters and support for character encoding which are used by Tehua to provide support for other languages.