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KeynoteC is a DSL processor for creting keynotes with Latex.

Project description

KeynoteC

A simple DSL to create keynote presentations using LaTeX and Beamer.

Usage

At this state, KeynoteC is usable as a Python executable module, or as an application. Install it with python setup.py install (you might need superuser priviledges to install in system wide), and execute the module as python -m keynotec <filename>, or the application keynotec <filename>, to compile the keynote file into a PDF presentation.

Syntax

The file keynote.key file as an example of everything that is currently working, and serves as an example.

For a more thorough explanation of the syntax you might want to take a look at docs/syntax.md.

Dependencies

XeLaTeX is used to generate the PDF output file. Also, the following LaTeX packages are required:

  • beamer
  • inputenc
  • fontspec
  • enumitem
  • calc
  • datetime
  • babel
  • listings

Code Quality

It works. It does what I need. I built the first version in about 24h. It was much less than that in work hours. And the code shows it. Live with that. I do.

To aid in its development, report any issue you have or enhancement in the project's Github repository.

Thank you.

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