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CTAN update: tagpdf

Date: December 24, 2022 11:20:49 AM CET
Ulrike Fischer submitted an update to the tagpdf package. Version number: 0.98 2022-12-22 License type: lppl1.3c Summary description: Tools for experimenting with tagging using pdfLaTeX and LuaLaTeX Announcement text:
Version 0.98 [2022-12-22] ### Added - started with dedicated latex name spaces - namespaces definitions have been externalized and are now read from files. - rules to check if a tag is allowed as child in the current structure. If not allow a warning is issued, more messages can be activated with log=v. - The data for namespaces and rules are in a new module, tagpdf-data.dtx. ### Changed - adding a new tag with add-new-tag now requires that the target role is defined. Unknown roles error. - RoleMap object is no longer written in PDF 2.0 as it uses namespaces - in pdf < 2.0 rolemaps are resolved to the PDF standard. - Structure destinations are used in PDF < 2.0 too -- they don't harm and can improve html export. - \tagmcbegin no longer requires to use the tag key: the value from the surrounding structure will be used.
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/tagpdf More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/tagpdf
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tagpdf – Tools for experimenting with tagging using pdf and Lua

The package offers tools to experiment with tagging and accessibility using pdf and Lua. It isn’t meant for production but allows the user to try out how difficult it is to tag some structures; to try out how much tagging is really needed; to test what else is needed so that a pdf works e.g. with a screen reader. Its goal is to get a feeling for what has to be done, which kernel changes are needed, how packages should be adapted.

Packagetagpdf
Version0.98b 2023-01-24
Copyright2019–2022 Ulrike Fischer
MaintainerUlrike Fischer

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