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CTAN update: moodle

Date: February 8, 2021 10:48:39 PM CET
Matthieu Guerquin-Kern submitted an update to the moodle package. Version number: 0.9 License type: lppl1.3 Summary description: Generating Moodle quizzes via LaTeX Announcement text:
Version 0.9 (2021-02-07) Added - Support for all-or-nothing multiple choice questions. - Support for the ogonek diacritical mark via \k{...}. - Warn user of the babel package set for a German-related language that using the character " will not play well with moodle. - Support for babel commands related to German quotes. - Support for en-dash (–) outside of math mode. - Support for \% in conversion to HTML. - Command \htmlonly[]{} to pass HTML contents directly to the XML file. Changed - An error is issued when a graphics conversion step fails. - Irrelevant points are no longer written at the cloze question level in PDF and XML. - The total number of marks is shown in the PDF at the end of each quiz. - The tags key can now be used to specify a comma-separated list of tags. Fixed - Answer text of shortanswer questions is converted to HTML. - Paragraph breaks in multi and essay items no longer break compilation. - Question text in Essays was not shown in PDF file. - Commands \textsc, \underline, \url, and \href yielded HTML code with inadequate double quotation marks. - Broken base64-encoding pipeline for images under Windows (thanks to Andreas Vohns). - Repeated single right quotation marks no longer merged in math mode (thanks to Alberto Albano). ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/moodle More information is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/moodle CTAN is run entirely by volunteers and supported by TeX user groups Please join a user group or donate to one, see https://ctan.org/lugs
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --

moodle – Generating Moodle quizzes via

A package for writing Moodle quizzes in . In addition to typesetting the quizzes for proofreading, the package compiles an XML file to be uploaded to a Moodle server.

Copyright2016 Anders O. F. Hendrickson
2019–2021 Matthieu Guerquin-Kern
MaintainerMatthieu Guerquin-Kern
Anders O. F. Hendrickson (inactive)



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