I've released a new tool, TeXBlend. This tool compiles individual files that are included as parts of larger documents. It utilizes the preamble of the main document but disregards all other included files.
– Automatic typesetting using LuaLaTeX
At the CSTUG general meeting, I gave a talk on responsive design and
automated typesetting using LuaLaTeX. I demonstrated the use of the
You can find a recording of the talk and slides on
the CSTUG website.
Unfortunately, they are only available in Czech, but I hope they can still be useful to someone.
I have a habit to start lot of projects in my hyper-focus seasons.
Unfortunately, I often left then unfinished, or mostly finished, but
without documentation. Here is a list of these, that are most interesting for me.
Responsive-LaTeX – idea is to allow design of page layout and font sizes in LaTeX document depending on the paper size, similar to responsive design in CSS.
Luaepubreader – Epub reader for LuaLaTeX. It should enable for direct typesetting of Epub files. It is in an early stage of development, it can read list of files in the Epub files, but nothing more. It depends on the finishing of the HTML parser.
Luaspreadsheet – Lua module for reading of spreadsheet files. Currently, it supports only reading of XSLT files.
Lualiterate – support for API comments in LaTeX packages. In a proof-of-concept state.
TeXparser – Lua parser for LaTeX. Idea was to strip LaTeX commands, create a text file useful for grammar checking or other tools that don't support LaTeX syntax, and then apply changes in that text file back to LaTeX sources.
I am Michal, a librarian and FOSS developer from Prague, Czechia. I
have wanted to create a proper homepage for a long time, but I always had
overly ambitious plans, and I ended up procrastinating on other projects
instead. As it became evident that I was not going to accomplish all of
my plans, I decided to create a minimal page and start from there. I will
gradually add more information and, hopefully, also some articles in the
What is Kodymirus
Kodymirus was an
arthropod that lived in the Lower Cambrian period in the area of today's
Brdy Hills in central Bohemia. It is one of the oldest fossils that can
be found in the Czech Republic. Why did I choose this name for this site?
It doesn't have any deep meaning. I just like the Brdy Hills and
paleontology and found this name amusing. That's all.