[Ach] Incoming suggestions

Tobias Pape Das.Linux at gmx.de
Wed Jan 1 23:14:09 CET 2014


On 01.01.2014, at 22:40, Pepi Zawodsky <pepi.zawodsky at maclemon.at> wrote:

> Hey!
> Lots of feedback coming in via Twitter and ADN. 
> Merge pull requests from Github
> Fix ALL the bugs
> TXT export
> HTML export
> Incoming Suggestions:
> Some bugs with copy/paste of the configs. Sebix has sent us a huge pull request on github. We should merge that asap. (I've looked through the changes and imho they're ok.)
> People have been requesting HTML and TXT exports. TXT is easier on headless machines, imho a very good argument. I'll look into this during the next sprint!
> HTML will be somewhat more complex, but certainly a valuable addition. We should certainly follow these suggestions.

If you are really going to consider TXT and HTML as (not post-processed) output
formats, you should think about _not_ using LaTeX as input.
  Yes, it is certainly possible to use DeTeX, pdftotext or TeX4HT, but the output
might be less satisfactory compared to using LaTeX as output format.
  However, if you plan to make ACH into a real, like paper, book, I think staying
with latex for this pass is most promising

just my 2ct.

	-Tobias (krono)

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