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CTAN update: typed-checklist

Date: January 17, 2019 10:44:34 AM CET
Richard Grewe submitted an update to the typed-checklist package. Version number: 2.0 2019-01-11 License type: lppl1.2 Summary description: Typesetting tasks, goals, milestones, artifacts, and more in LaTeX Announcement text:
* feature: configurable deadline formats via "input-dates" and "output-dates" options * feature: strict/lax deadline parsing via "strict-dates" option * feature: option to use type-specific rather than global entry counters/labels * feature: filtering of entries, e.g., by deadline or assignee * feature: configurable table environment for "table" layout rather than only "tabu" * fix: deadline highlighting for "table" layout added * fix: corrected indentation of entries in "list" layout * fix: corrected vertical placement of deadlines in the margins * documentation: several new examples for customized checklists
The package's Catalogue entry can be viewed at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/typed-checklist The package's files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/typed-checklist
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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typed-checklist – Typesetting tasks, goals, milestones, artifacts, and more in

The main goal of this package is to provide means for typesetting checklists in a way that stipulates users to explicitly distinguish checklists for goals, for tasks, for artifacts, and for milestones — i.e., the type of checklist entries.

The intention behind this is that a user of the package is coerced to think about what kind of entries he/she adds to the checklist. This shall yield a clearer result and, in the long run, help with training to distinguish entries of different types.

Version2.1 2022-05-28
Copyright2013–2022 Richard Grewe
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