The wiki2beamer team has just released version 0.9.3 of it's wiki-to-LaTeX beamer tool.
In this release we have fixed/improved an issue with the color syntax element ( _ somecolor _ sometext _ ) which might get in the way a little bit too often. It now only is activated when "somecolor" is a simple name (doesn't contain the curly braces) and not a complex latex command.
Wiki2beamer is a small tool to create LaTeX beamer presentations by converting a wiki-like syntax to LaTeX beamer code. It took a while after the 0.7 alpha 2 release, but finally wiki2beamer-0.7 is released. Major new features are: Easy animated code listings with the [code] environment; Total escaping from wiki syntax with the [nowiki] environment; Template-less mode with the [autotemplate] environment; A setup.py; A man-page!!!11... read more
The new wiki2beamer 0.7 is in the making. On the way to easy LaTeX beamer presentations this is a big step forward. Wiki2beamer 0.7 alpha 2 has three big new features:
1. a code-environment that allow easy generation of animated code listings
2. autotemplate-support that removes the need for a seperate template file
3. a nowiki-environment that allows you to completely escape from wiki2beamer
For these features have been implemented in a short time, we need some feedback from you regarding:
a) the syntax - do you like it, is it complete enough, could it be better?
b) the implementation - are there bugs? Does it work work with older python versions? Does it work on Windows?
This is a bug-fix-release. Two bugs concerning coloured text have been eliminated.
The fourth version of wiki2beamer has been released today. For a list of new features take a lot at the project home page
The third version of wiki2beamer has been released today. For a list of new features take a lot at the project home page.
The second version of wiki2beamer has been released today. For a list of new features take a lot at the project home page.
The first release of wiki2beamer (version 0.1) can be downloaded via the sourceforge.net interface.