[Haskell] ANNOUNCE: lhs2tex-1.11
conal at conal.net
Mon Mar 27 16:59:26 EST 2006
Hi Andres. I just successfully installed & tested lhs2TeX on cygwin. The
only hitch was in an inconsistent translation of "/usr/local" into
"c:/cygwin/usr/local" (I guess bash vs Haskell). The fix was very simple:
"./configure --prefix=c:/cygwin/usr/local" before "make" and "make
install". I suggest you add a note to that effect in INSTALL.
Thanks for the lhs2TeX update!
Regards, - Conal
On 3/14/06, Andres Loeh <loeh at iai.uni-bonn.de> wrote:
> lhs2TeX version 1.11
> We are pleased to announce a new release of lhs2TeX,
> a preprocessor to generate LaTeX code from literate Haskell
> lhs2TeX includes the following features:
> * Highly customized output.
> * Liberal parser -- no restriction to Haskell 98.
> * Generate multiple versions of a program or document from
> a single source.
> * Active documents: call Haskell to generate parts of the
> document (useful for papers on Haskell).
> * A manual explaining all the important aspects of lhs2TeX.
> Changes (w.r.t. lhs2TeX 1.9)
> [Note that 1.10 has never been released to avoid confusion
> with some privately distributed versions.]
> * Specification code is now handled correctly (that is, ignored)
> in the "code" and "newcode" styles.
> * Comments and Pragmas are handled in a better way by
> the "newcode" style.
> * There are some new forms of implicit formatting directives.
> * The LaTeX code produced in the poly style looks slightly
> more beautiful.
> * There is a new Library section, containing some frequently
> used formatting directives.
> * Generation of file/linenumber directives in the produced
> LaTeX code, for Stefan Wehr's "adjust" tool. Based on a
> patch submitted by Stefan Wehr.
> * lhs2TeX can now replace ghc's literate preprocessor.
> * Improved efficiency of \eval and \perform (to call ghci
> or hugs from lhs2TeX documents).
> Requirements and Download
> A source distribution that should be suitable for Unix-based
> environments is available from
> It has been verified to build on Linux and MacOSX.
> Binaries will be made available on request.
> You need a recent version of GHC (6.4.1 is tested, 6.2.2 might
> work) to build lhs2TeX, and, of course, you need a TeX distribution
> to make use of lhs2TeX's output. The program includes a
> configuration that is suitable for use with LaTeX. In theory,
> there should be no problem to generate code for other TeX
> flavors, such as plainTeX or ConTeXt.
> Happy lhs2TeXing,
> Andres Loeh and Ralf Hinze
> lhs2TeX at andres-loeh.de
> ralf at informatik.uni-bonn.de
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