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Direc­tory macros/luatex/generic/chickenize

README.md

The pack­age chick­enize pro­vides sev­eral com­mands and Lua func­tions to ma­nip­u­late the in­put or out­put to­kens of any Lua 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 (plain user in­ter­face) chick­enize.sty ( user in­ter­face) chick­enize.lua (Lua pack­age code) does the ac­tual work You need an up-to-date Live (2016, if pos­si­ble) to use this pack­age. Maybe a full MiK will will also work. (Not tested!) Lua > 0.90 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 © 2016 Arno L. Traut­mann. It may be dis­tributed and/or mod­i­fied un­der the con­di­tions of the 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’.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (216.0k).

chick­enize – Use lua call­backs for “in­ter­est­ing” tex­tual ef­fects

The pack­age al­lows ma­nip­u­la­tions of any Lua doc­u­ment (it is known to work with Plain Lua and Lua). 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” Lua doc­u­ment.

Pack­agechick­enize
Home pagehttps://github.com/alt/chick­enize
Ver­sion0.2.4 2016-05-27
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainerArno L Traut­mann
Con­tained inTeX Live as chick­enize
MiKTeX as chick­enize
Topics sup­port for vari­a­tions of ty­po­graphic style
pro­cess game di­a­grams, game­books, and other amuse­ments
Lua and pack­ages that re­quire it
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