The package chickenize provides several commands and Lua functions to manipulate the input or output tokens of any Lua(La)TeX document. It serves mostly educational and playful usage, but some functions may be used in serious documents.
To produce the package files, run lualatex on chickinize.dtx, wich should result in the creation of the following files: chickenize.pdf (documentation) chickenize.tex (plainTeX user interface) chickenize.sty (LaTeX user interface) chickenize.lua (Lua package code) does the actual work You need an up-to-date TeX Live (2017, if possible) to use this package. Maybe a full MiKTeX will will also work. (Not tested!) LuaTeX > 1.0.4 is required for some features since the corresponding syntax has changed!
For any comments or suggestions, contact me: arno dot trautmann at gmx dot de
Hope you have fun with this package!
This package is copyright © 2017 Arno L. Trautmann. It may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any later version. This work has the LPPL mainten- ance status ‘maintained’.
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chickenize – Use lua callbacks for “interesting” textual effects
The package allows manipulations of any LuaTeX document (it is known to work with Plain LuaTeX and LuaLaTeX). Most of the package’s functions are merely for fun or educational use, but some functions (for example, colorstretch for visualising the badness and font expansion of each line, and letterspaceadjust doing what its name says) could be useful in a “normal” LuaTeX document.
The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2012–2016 Arno L. Trautmann|
|Maintainer||Arno L Trautmann|
|Contained in||TeX Live as chickenize|
|MiKTeX as chickenize|
process game diagrams, gamebooks, and other amusements|
support for variations of typographic style
LuaTeX and packages that require it