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CTAN package update: FiXme

Date: April 3, 2002 6:59:00 PM CEST
An update to the package FiXme has been installed at tug.ctan.org and should make its way to your favorite mirror in the next day or two. Thanks, Jim Hefferon ftpmaint at tug.ctan.org =================================================================== The following information was provided by our fellow contributor. Name of contribution: FiXme Author's name: Didier Verna Location on CTAN: latex/contrib/supported/fixme Summary description: FiXme, insert fixme notes in your documents License type: lppl Announcement text given by the contribution's author: - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm happy to announce a new *major* release of FiXme, a package for inserting fixme notes in your documents, version 2.0. Many new features in this release, including a new layout option (inline), notes counters, a usage summary at the end of processing, more translations, and most important, three additional macros for including non-critical notes (meta comments about the document actualy) of different importance levels. FiXme provides you with a way of inserting fixme notes in your documents. Such notes can appear inline, as marginal notes, footnotes, index entries, in the log file and as warnings on stdout. It is also possible to summarize them in a list. When you switch from draft to final mode, any remaining fixme note will be logged, but removed from the document's body. Additionally, critical notes will abort compilation with an informative message. FiXme also comes with support for AUC-TeX. - ----------------------------------------------------------------------

FiXme – Collaborative annotation tool for

FiXme is a collaborative annotation tool for documents. Annotating a document here refers to inserting meta-notes, that is, notes that do not belong to the document itself, but rather to its development or reviewing process. Such notes may involve things of different importance levels, ranging from simple “fix the spelling” flags to critical “this paragraph is a lie” mentions. Annotations like this should be visible during the development or reviewing phase, but should normally disappear in the final version of the document.

FiXme is designed to ease and automate the process of managing collaborative annotations, by offering a set of predefined note levels and layouts, the possibility to register multiple authors, to reference annotations by listing and indexing etc. FiXme is extensible, giving you the possibility to create new layouts or even complete “themes“, and also comes with support for AUC.

Version4.5 2019-01-03
Copyright1998–2002, 2004–2007, 2009, 2013, 2017–2019 Didier Verna
MaintainerDidier Verna



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