January.6.12: 1.0.15 release https://github.com/randym/axlsx/compare/1.0.14...1.0.15
- Bug fix add_style specified number formats must be explicity applied for libraOffice
- performance improvements from ochko when creating cells with options.
- Bug fix setting types=>[:n] when adding a row incorrectly determines the cell type to be string as the value is null during creation.
- Release in preparation for password protection merge
December.14.11: 1.0.14 release
- Added support for merging cells
- Added support for auto filters
- Improved auto width calculations
- Improved charts
- Updated examples to output to a single workbook with multiple sheets
- Added access to app and core package objects so you can set the creator and other properties of the package
- The beginning of password protected xlsx files - roadmapped for January release.
December.8.11: 1.0.13 release
- Fixing .gemspec errors that caused gem to miss the lib directory. Sorry about that.
December.7.11: 1.0.12 release DO NOT USE THIS VERSION = THE GEM IS BROKEN
- changed dependency from 'zip' gem to 'rubyzip' and added conditional code to force binary encoding to resolve issue with excel 2011
- Patched bug in app.xml that would ignore user specified properties.
December.5.11: 1.0.11 release
- Added  methods to worksheet and workbook to provide name based access to cells.
- Added support for functions as cell values
- Updated color creation so that two character shorthand values can be used like 'FF' for 'FFFFFFFF' or 'D8' for 'FFD8D8D8'
- Examples for all this fun stuff added to the readme
- Clean up and support for 1.9.2 and travis integration
- Added support for string based cell referencing to chart start_at and end_at. That means you can now use :start_at=>"A1" when using worksheet.add_chart, or chart.start_at ="A1" in addition to passing a cell or the x, y coordinates.
October.30.11: 1.0.10 release
- Updating gemspec to lower gem version requirements.
- Added row.style assignation for updating the cell style for an entire row
- Added col_style method to worksheet upate a the style for a column of cells
- Added cols for an easy reference to columns in a worksheet.
- prep for pre release of acts_as_xlsx gem
- added in travis.ci configuration and build status
- fixed out of range bug in time calculations for 32bit time.
- added i18n for active support
October.26.11: 1.0.9 release
- Updated to support ruby 1.9.3
- Updated to eliminate all warnings originating in this gem
October.23.11: 1.0.8 release
- Added support for images (jpg, gif, png) in worksheets.
October.23.11: 1.0.7 released
- Added support for 3D options when creating a new chart. This lets you set the persective, rotation and other 3D attributes when using worksheet.add_chart
- Updated serialization write test to verify write permissions and warn if it cannot run the test due to permission restrcitions.
- updated rake to include build, genoc and deploy tasks.
- rebuilt documentation.
- moved version constant to its own file
- fixed bug in SerAxis that was requiring tickLblSkip and tickMarkSkip to be boolean. Should be unsigned int.
- Review and improve docs
- rebuild of anchor positioning to remove some spagetti code. Chart now supports a start_at and end_at method that accept an arrar for col/row positioning. See example6 for an example. You can still pass :start_at and :end_at options to worksheet.add_chart.
- Refactored cat and val axis data to keep series serialization a bit more DRY
October.22.11: 1.0.6 release
- Bumping version to include docs. Bug in gemspec pointing to incorrect directory.
- Added support for line charts
- Updated examples and readme
- Updated series title to be a real title ** NOTE ** If you are accessing titles directly you will need to update text assignation. chart.series.first.title = 'Your Title' chart.series.first.title.text = 'Your Title' With this change you can assign a cell for the series title chart.series.title = sheet.rows.first.cells.first If you are using the recommended chart.add_series :data=>, :labels=>, :title You do not have to change anything.
- BugFix: shape attribute for bar chart is now properly serialized
- BugFix: date1904 property now properly set for charts
- Added style property to charts
- Removed serialization write test as it most commonly fails when run from the gem's intalled directory
- altered package to accept a filename string for serialization instead of a File object.
- Updated specs to conform
- More examples for readme
October.21.11: 1.0.3 release
- Updated documentation