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Tuesday, December 14 2010

CurVe 1.16 is out

Hello,

I'm happy to announce the release of CurVe 1.16. CurVe is a CV class for LaTeX2e.

New in this release:

- An examples directory
- New \text macro to insert plain text in the middle of rubrics,
- Support for openbib option which was implicit before
- Fix incompatibilities with the splitbib package
- Handle the bibentry/hyperref incompatibility directly
- Implement old font commands letting packages using them (e.g. fancyhdr) work correctly

Friday, December 3 2010

FiNK 2.2 is out

Hello,

I'm happy to announce the release of FiNK 2.2. FiNK is the LaTeX2e File Name Keeper. New in this release: FiNK is now compatible with the memoir class.

Grab it here

Tuesday, November 30 2010

Clon v1.0b16 now supports CLISP

Hello,

I'm happy to annouce the release of Clon version 1.0 beta 16.
Most notable news for this release is the support for CLISP, which comes at the expense on one dependency (over cffi).

Grab it here.

Thursday, November 18 2010

Clon v1.0b15 now supports ECL

Hello,

I'm happy to annouce the release of Clon version 1.0 beta 15.
Most notable news for this release is the support for ECL.

Grab it here

Thursday, November 11 2010

Clon v1.0b12 now supports CCL

Hello,

I'm happy to annouce the release of Clon version 1.0 beta 12.
Most notable news for this release is the support for CCL.

Grab it here.

Tuesday, November 9 2010

Clon 1.0b11 now supports CMU-CL

Hello,

I'm happy to annouce the release of Clon version 1.0 beta 11.
Most notable news for this release is the support for CMU-CL.

Grab it here.

Tuesday, September 21 2010

Declt version 1.0b1 - first public release

Hello,

I'm happy to announce the first public release of Declt.

Declt (pronounce dec'let) is a reference manual generator for Common Lisp. It extracts and formats documentation from ASDF systems, including the system itself and its components, the packages defined in the system and definitions like constants, special variables, macros, functions, generic functions and methods, conditions, structures and classes.

Reference manuals are generated in Texinfo format which can be subsequently converted into info, HTML, DVI, PostScript or PDF. The generated manuals are fully indexed and provide a complete set of cross-references between documentation elements. For instance, files and packages point to the definitions they provide, and those definitions point back to package and file in which they can be found.


Get it at:
http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~didier/softwa ... .php#declt


Declt requires SBCL to work (if you're interested in porting it, grep
PORTME in the sources). Also, ASDF 2 has not been tested yet.

Tuesday, August 31 2010

Clon: the Command-Line Options Nuker library for Common Lisp

I'm happy to announce the first public release of Clon, the Command-Line Options Nuker library for Common Lisp.

Clon currently requires SBCL to work. If you want to help porting it to other implementations, 'grep PORTME **/*' in the sources.

Get it here.

Clon is a library for managing command-line options in standalone Common Lisp applications. It provides a unified option syntax with both short and long names, automatic completion of partial names and automatic retrieval/conversion of option arguments from the command-line, associated environment variables, fallback or default values. Clon comes with a set of extensible option types (switches, paths, strings etc.). Clon also provides automatic generation and formatting of help strings, with support for highlighting on tty's through ISO/IEC 6429 SGR. This formatting is customizable through "themes".

Monday, February 15 2010

RT for Emacs Lisp, version 1.0

I'm happy to announce the first public version of RT for Emacs Lisp, a port of the original Common Lisp regression testing package.

Grab it here.

Monday, September 21 2009

FiXme 4.0 is out !

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


Description
===========
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
document.

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
AUC-TeX.

FiXme homepage: http://www.lrde.epita.fr/~didier/softwa ... .php#fixme

DoX v2.0 (2009/09/21) is out

I'm happy to announce the release of DoX v2.0 (2009/09/21).

New in this version:
* Optional argument to \doxitem idxtype option to change the item's index type

* Optional argument to \Describe<Item> and the <Item> environment
noprint option to avoid marginal printing
noindex option to avoid item indexing

* Extend \DescribeMacro, \DescribeEnv and their corresponding environments with the same features


The doc package provides LaTeX developers with means to describe the usage and the definition of new commands and environments. However, there is no simple way to extend this functionality to other items (options or counters for instance). DoX is designed to circumvent this limitation, and provides some improvements over the existing functionality as well.

Monday, September 14 2009

DoX version 1.0 (2009/09/11) is now available

I'm happy to annouce the first public version of the DoX package for LaTeX2e.

The doc package provides LaTeX developers with means to describe the usage and the definition of new macros and environments. However, there is no simple way to extend this functionality to other items (options or counters for instance). The dox package is designed to circumvent this limitation.

Wednesday, July 22 2009

FiXme 3.4 is out

I'm happy to announce the next edition of FiXme: version 3.4

New in this release:
** \fixme, \fxerror, \fxwarning and \fxnote are now robust
** Fix incompatibility with KOMA-Script classes when the lox file is inexistent


FiXme provides you with a way of inserting fixme notes in documents. Such notes can appear in the margin of the document, as index entries, in the log file and as warnings on stdout. It is also possible to summarize them in a list, and in the index. When you switch from draft to final mode, any remaining fixme note will be logged, but removed from the document's body. Additionally, critical notes will abort compilation with an informative message. FiXme also comes with support for AUC-TeX.

Wednesday, April 1 2009

:o( Smilisp :o) A new and revolutionary dialect of Lisp

Today, I just released :o( Smilisp :o), a new dialect of Lisp featuring a new paradigm called "Emotional Programming". This is truely a revolution in the Lisp world...

The logo is not exactly like that, but my blogging software wants to put smileys everwhere...

Get it here and enjoy !

:-)

Wednesday, February 27 2008

Patcher 3.10 is released

I'm happy to announce the release of Patcher 3.10. Patcher is an XEmacs package for automating the maintenance of version control system based projects. Patcher is the official tool for XEmacs development.

What's new in this version:

** New feature: provide built-in themes for some revision control systems
These are PRCS, CVS, Subversion, Darcs and Mercurial. Also coming with
whitespace-resistant counterparts.
** Documentation: a chapter on how to setup Patcher for XEmacs development
** Bugfixes:
*** Cleanup the log messages wrt trailing whitespaces
*** Correctly display a missing theme name in error message

FiNK 2.1.1 is released

I'm happy to announce the release of FiNK 2.1.1. This is a bugfix/documentation only release.

FiNK is a LaTeX2e package that keeps track of the files included (\input or \include) in your documents.

What's new in this version:
** Fix trailing whitespace in \fink@restore
** Added some hints about filenames with special characters

Monday, February 25 2008

CurVe 1.15 is out

I'm happy to announce the next edition of CurVe, a LaTeX2e class for writing curricula vitae.

What's new in this version:
** Support for itemize environments, suggested by Mirko Hessel-von Molo.
** Added some documentation about vertical spacing problems in |bbl| files, suggested by Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki.

Wednesday, November 28 2007

FiXme version 3.3 is out

I'm happy to announce the next edition of FiXme: version 3.3

New in this release:
* Document incompatibility between marginal layout and the ACM SIG classes
* Honor twoside option in marginal layout
* Support KOMA-Script classes version 2006/07/30 v2.95b
* Documentation improvements
* Fix incompatibility with AMS-Art
* Fix bug in \fixme@footnotetrue


FiXme provides you with a way of inserting fixme notes in documents. Such notes can appear in the margin of the document, as index entries, in the log file and as warnings on stdout. It is also possible to summarize them in a list, and in the index. When you switch from draft to final mode, any remaining fixme note will be logged, but removed from the document's body. Additionally, critical notes will abort compilation with an informative message. FiXme also comes with support for AUC-TeX.

Tuesday, November 27 2007

CurVe 1.14 is released

I'm happy to announce the next edition of CurVe: version 1.14.

CurVe is a Curriculum Vitae class for LaTeX2e. This version adds support for Polish, and an option to reverse-count bibliographic entries.

Enjoy !

Wednesday, November 14 2007

FiNK 2.1 is released

I'm happy to announce the next edition of FiNK, the LaTeX2e File Name Keeper, version 2.1.

This package looks over your shoulder and keeps track of files \input'ed
(the LaTeX way) or \include'ed in your document. You then have a
permanent access to the directory, name and extension of the file
currently being processed through several macros. FiNK also comes with
support for AUC-TeX.

This version fixes a bug preventing proper expansion in math mode.

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