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This is the README for csvtolatex Version 1.3 for everything that referes to this program send an e-mail to csvtolatex@t-online.de. Every one who uses this program agrees with the License you find in License.txt. csvtolatex converts csv-tables created by program like MS Excel or Libre Office Calc to LaTeX code. This program is simple but stable. It is a fast way to link spreadsheet-program with LaTeX. See the documentation for further information. INFORMATION: I am supporting this program, but since I want to create a program to do this job much better I am searching for someone who wants to keep this program going. If there are Bugs send an e-mail to csvtolatex@t-online.de. Changelog: Version 1.3: 2013-04-22 - now the replacement of comma to point and point to comma is implemented Bugfix: If there was /blank in the first column of the input, it was still in the outputfile Version 1.2b: 2013-04-18 - gives the option >nolines< to have no lines between the rows and columns Version 1.2: 2012-11-22 - writes the number of columns in outputfile - gives a suggestion for the columns of the table Version 1.1b: 2012-08-30 - no more features but now the uninstaller removes all registry keys Version 1.1: 2012-07-05 - now there is a program you can use (the installer) with configuration-files (text-files with the extension .ctl) - I have added '/.,' to set a semicolon (';') - improved mutlifileoutput, now the outputfilenames are defined in the csv-file - last version of the script Version 1.0: 2012-06-21 - no need for catcode! direct input to a LaTeX-file using '\input' in a 'longtable'-enviroment - switching between math- and textmode - with '/endhead' you can define the head of a table - multicolumn support - multirow support - cline support - '/blank' for blank cells Version 0.3: first public release 2012-06-09 I have recreated this scipt and made some things much simpler - easier defining of input and outputfiles - special replacements removed - improved multifileoutput - support for tables with a different number of columns Version 0.2: improved for personal usage - added special replacements - support of multifileoutput Version 0.1: first personal usage I have found a really simple Version of this scipt after some research. Unfortunatly I have not found the source again, so thanks to the one who showed me this way.
Source: README.txt, updated 2013-04-22