progress – Creates an overview of a document's state
Progress is a package which. when compiling TeX and LaTeX documents, generates a HTML file showing an overview of a document's state (of how finished it is). The report is sent to file \ProgressReportName, which is by default the \jobname with the date appended (but is user-modifiable).
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Copyright||2002–2003 Kasper B. Graversen|
|Maintainer||Kasper B. Graversen|
|Contained in||TeX Live as progress|
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- 2003-07-03 CTAN package upgrade: Progress
- 2003-06-13 CTAN package upgrade: progress
- 2003-05-03 New CTAN package: Progress
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