Submission: The AcroTeX eDucation Bundle
Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Wed Feb 13 00:14:37 CET 2002
D P Story writes:
> -- mail the administrators (ctan at dante.de) to report:
> + what you've uploaded
> I've uploaded to the uk ctan server, in the incoming/webeq directory
> the following files:
> 154606 Feb 10 23:32 acrotex.zip
> 12863 Feb 10 23:45 dljslib.dtx
> 2174 Feb 10 23:45 dljslib.ins
> 13221 Feb 10 23:32 eq_pdfs.zip
> 63311 Feb 10 23:46 insdljs.dtx
> 1963 Feb 10 23:46 insdljs.ins
> 3080 Feb 10 23:32 readme.txt
> 815769 Feb 10 23:39 webeqman.pdf
> 542565 Feb 10 23:44 webeqman_p.pdf
> + which CTAN node you've uploaded to
> uk: ftp.tex.ac.uk
> + where you want the files to go
> I have a directory
> delete all files in that folder, and replace with the files listed above.
> + what licensing conditions you apply to your software (see list
> lppl LaTeX Project Public Licence
> + a brief summary of what your upload is intended to do.
> (please note that the mail should be in english for speedy
> I've just uploaded the Web/Exerquiz Packages, now bundled
> together under the name "AcroTeX eDucation Bundle", read,
> "AcroTeX Education Bundle".
> The AcroTeX Bundle is a series of LaTex packages, as the name
> implies, is intended for, but not limited to, the creation of electronic
> education materials, authored using LaTeX, with final file form of
> The materials are available for users of Distiller 5.0 or later (though
> prior will work too), pdftex or dvipdfm. Distiller users must make
> their postscript document using either dvips or dvipsone.
> The bundle comes with four componets
> (1) The Web.sty : for good screen design
> (2) The Exerquiz Package : for online exercises and quizzes
> into the PDF document from a LaTeX source
> package, you can "check out" a function for use in your document
> What's New: The introduction of the insdljs Package enables the
> the functions end up at the document-level of the final PDF
> document. This is a standalone package that needs only hyperref
> and verbatim.
> Exerquiz has been rewritten to use this package, and new
> arguments of the math fill-in macro are introduced that lets the
> question. As such, Exerquiz becomes quite programmable. See
> jqzspec.pdf for example to see how Exerquiz can now process
> math fill-in questions for which the answer is expected to be a
> vector. In addition to math fill-in questions, there is now text fill-in
> as well, this too has many options.
> In anticipation of the usefulness of insdljs, I recently wrote the
> dljslib package. This package acts as sort of a library of routines
> you can insert into your document. Very cool.
i've installed the macros (and other things) as requested. thanks for
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