[Haskell-cafe] PDF generation?
John D. Ramsdell
ramsdell0 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 09:01:15 EDT 2010
Don't forget about generating MetaPost and using mpost to generate
graphics. It's really nice to let MetaPost solve linear equations for
you that determine the layout instead of doing it in Haskell.
Linux users should install texlive-pictures and texlive-context to
make it all work. A makefile that assembles the pieces is here:
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 7:39 AM, Michael Lesniak <mlesniak at uni-kassel.de> wrote:
> Hi Tom,
>> I often create pdf reports from my Haskell programs
>> (simulations) with text and graphs. I cheat a bit
>> and use Haskell to automatically create latex documents,
>> and use gnuplot (there's a helper app on Hackage) for the graphs.
> I'd really like to hear more. Do you have any extended informations?
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