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Using the LaTeX lwarp package, academic and technical authors may produce the best possible LaTeX documents with full control over exact formatting and typesetting, while still easily generating a web version from the same source. Native LaTeX is used all the way to the final generation of HTML5 tags, allowing the author to use a deeper set of packages and custom macros compared to other methods, along with all pdflatex graphics types. Math is converted to SVG images for smooth display scaling, accompanied by its LaTeX source stored in the ALT tag, allowing copy/paste of LaTeX math into other applications. The MathJax tools may also be used to display math. See LaTeX to HTML Converter — the lwarp package.
Provides a key/value interface for LaTeX floats, subfloats, and rows of floats. See LaTeX keyfloat package.
Adds information such as an author or artist to each line of a Table of Contents or List of Figures entry, as well as section headings and figures. Support is provided for the titletoc and tocloft packages. See LaTeX tocdata package.
For LaTeX package authors. Adds \DescribeCounter, \DescribeBoolean, etc. for describing additional object types, with enhanced index options. Also provides an environment for generating examples. See LaTeX dtxdescribe package.
A survey of documentation for LaTeX programmers. See Publications.
A previous iteration of the lwarp package used native LaTeX macros to generate AsciiDoc markup, which was then converted to DocBook or XHTML output. See LaTeX to AsciiDoc / DocBook / XHTML Conversion for more details.
A modified version of the popular Incosolata font, previously enhanced by others to add Greek and Cyrillic, plus bold and italic variants (useful for syntax highlighting). Slightly enhanced to more clearly distinguish between glyphs commonly used in the markup of text documents. See Inconsolata LGC Markup — Font for details, or to download the font.
A modified version of the DejaVu San Mono font. Slightly enhanced to more clearly distinguish between glyphs commonly used in the markup of text documents. See DejaVu Markup — Font for details, or to download the font.
Also see Publications.