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Tools for hacking LaTeX documents

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paperweight

Paperweight is a Python package for hacking LaTeX documents.

Paperweight operates on LaTeX documents either on the local filesystem, or as a commit in a git repository. Paperweight can be used to manipulate documents, such as embedded input files and bibliographies, or can provide analytics such as rich information about references made in a document. See the API documentation below for further information.

Paperweight is developed on GitHub under an open BSD license.

Installation

You can install the latest Paperweight and its dependencies from PyPI:

pip install paperweight

You can also install the bleeding-edge from git:

pip install git+git://github.com/jonathansick/paperweight.git

Alternatively you can develop directly on the git source repository:

git clone https://github.com/jonathansick/paperweight.git
cd paperweight
python setup.py develop
python setup.py build_sphinx

Contributors

Paperweight was created as a hack for .Astronomy 6 (2014) in Chicago.


Copyright 2015 Jonathan Sick, @jonathansick

BSD Licensed

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