Subject: ANNOUNCE: HaTeX 3 - First release
Date: Thursday 6th October 2011 14:56:42 UTC (over 5 years ago)
Hello, folks! I have just released HaTeX 3 to Hackage: http://hackage.haskell.org/HaTeX It is a first version, not well documented yet, but now you can test it with a simple "cabal install hatex". What is HaTeX? HaTeX consists in a set of combinators which allow you to build LaTeX code, following the LaTeX syntax in a type-safe manner. This allows you to build programs which generates LaTeX code automatically for any purpose you can figure out. Further reading about HaTeX 3: * http://deltadiaz.blogspot.com/2011/09/hatex-3-previous-notes.html * http://deltadiaz.blogspot.com/2011/10/hatex-3-two-styles.html I wanted to make the release before end the proper documentation because: 1) This allow people to test the library (and hence, help me to build the documentation if any feedback comes). 2) I am too busy currently and I can't expend to HaTeX the time I'd like. The library may need some improvements, but it worked well for my own tests. With HaTeX, I uploaded the HaTeX-meta package. This package is needed if you want to develope a subset of the HaTeX modules, because they are automatically generated by this application. Anyway, there are notes in the API reference warning this. HaTeX-meta in Hackage: http://hackage.haskell.org/HaTeX-meta A continously updated version of the source code from these packages can be found at: http://dhelta.net/hprojects/HaTeX/code http://dhelta.net/hprojects/HaTeX-meta/code Thanks for reading, Daniel Díaz.