CTAN Update: morehype

CTAN Announcements ctan-ann at dante.de
Tue Dec 4 08:08:47 CET 2012

Uwe Lück submitted an update to the



Summary description: Hypertext tools for use with LaTeX - generate HTML
License type: free

Announcement text: 


- Wiki-like syntax announced before moves from personal/
  experimental `texblog.fdf' to `blogligs.sty' and 
  `markblog.sty', properly documented in `blog.pdf'. 
  Moreover, the HTML file `markblog.htm' provides an 
  overview of the wiki features (and the source code in 
  `markblog.tex' may demonstrate the syntax too).

- `markblog.sty' and `texlinks.sty' together emulate 
  Wikipedia's "piped links" ([[Pipeline|Pipe]], 
  [[Pipe (computing)|]])


- `blog.sty' v0.8:
  - indicating DOCTYPE
  - commands for various "head" ("meta") element entries
  - \abbr, \newabbr, \stylespan (for CSS), \textup, 
    \underbar, \xmleltcode, \xmleltattrcode; \newlet
  - arrows and quotes completed, currencies, small fractions
  - other additional symbols
  - modified code spaces with declared attributes
  - using `langcode.sty'
  - symbols restructured
  - documentation fixes

- `blogexec.sty' v0.2: 
  - \MakeBlogBeginRun revised
  - new \ChangeBlogBeginRun and \CopyBlogBeginRun
  - actually, I had failed to upload v0.1!

- `texlinks.sty' v0.7:
  - links to http://tug.org/interest.html
  - smart parsing for linking to mailing list postings, 
    based on `langcode.sty'
  - \ctanpkgstyref adds `.sty'
  - documentation fixes


- `README' corrected

- `atari_ht.fdf' uses \MakeActiveLet from `catcodes' bundle

- `blogdot.sty' v0.41 modifies/corrects \startscreenpage and 
  documentation (Firefox 12 change?)

- `srcfiles.tex' applies `filesdo.sty' for `filedate' checks

- `texblog.fdf' contains really "private" and "experimental" 
  code anyway and thus changes within every few days ...


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Thanks for the upload.

For the CTAN Team
  Rainer Schöpf

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