"Progress" is a package which when compiling LaTeX documents, generates a HTML file giving an overview of the documents state (of how finished its parts are). The package is highly configurable, enabling the users to get and control textural and graphical progress information in their documents. Finally the package has the notion of "draft" and "final" documents, so progress meters can be removed easily.
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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).
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|Copyright||2002–2003 Kasper B. Graversen|
|Maintainer||Kasper B. Graversen|
|Contained in||TeX Live as progress|
|MiKTeX as progress|
support for keeping track of document development|