CTAN update: cooking-units
'cooking-units' goes v1.10 (because version numbers are still a mystery to me) and adds the following things (as far as I can remember): New Features: -- Change the amounts of your recipe for a specific number of persons. -- The main commands for printing and changing amounts now accept a new optional argument. -- cutext, \Cutext and \cuam now check their input; this allows \cutext and \Cutext to convert units Changed Behavior: -- Like mentioned before: \cutext, \Cutext and \cuam parse their input -- Like mentioned before: \cutext, \Cutext can convert units -- add-teperature-to-check: Prints a warning if unit is already added -- fractions deal with minus sign correctly New commands: -- \culabel and \curef -- \declarecookingunit and \providecookingunit New options: -- cutext-to-cunum -- cutext-change-unit -- cuam-version, cutext-version -- cutext-space -- recalculate-amount -- set-number-of-persons -- label -- get-label -- ref
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau
cooking-units – Typeset and convert units for cookery books and recipes
The package provides commands to typeset amounts and units consistently and offers an easy-to-use key-value syntax to convert one unit into another (for example ‘dag’ to ‘g’; see the documentation for more examples).
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