jadetex 3.13-12 source package in Ubuntu


jadetex (3.13-12) unstable; urgency=low

  * update format defintions and ini file to comply with what TeX Live 2009

jadetex (3.13-11) unstable; urgency=low

  * change build-dependency to texlive-binaries (Closes: #566328)
  * bump standards version to 3.8.4, no changes necessary
  * move homepage into its own debian/control field
  * add a README.source file to describe quilt usage
  * change debhelper compatibility version to 5, bump build dep
  * use quilt.make in debian/rules
  * add an explanation to the top of doc-patches
  * move quilt from b-d-i to b-d
 -- Michael Bienia <email address hidden>   Tue,  16 Feb 2010 23:33:16 +0000

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Precise release on 2011-10-13 main tex
Lucid release on 2010-02-17 main tex


Lucid: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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jadetex: generator of printable output from SGML or XML using Jade

 JadeTeX, in conjunction with Jade or OpenJade, can be used to produce
 printable output from SGML or XML files. This package includes
 'jadetex', which produces DVI output, viewable with 'xdvi'; and
 'pdfjadetex', which produces PDF output.
 JadeTeX is a set of LaTeX macros. JadeTeX process the output from
 the TeX backend to Jade or OpenJade.
 Note that Jade and JadeTeX uses DSSSL to produce formatted output
 from SGML or XML source files. Debian also provides SGML/XML
 document formatting using XSL stylesheets instead of DSSSL; that is
 provided by other packages, such as passivetex, xsltproc, and fop.