Projects / bystroTeX


bystroTeX is a slideshow system oriented towards scientific presentations. It is especially useful for giving formula-heavy technical talks. It uses Scribble (the Racket documentation system) to generate HTML slides with LaTeX formulae.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Apr 2014 22:27

    Release Notes: This release corrects a bug that prevented references to forthcoming formulas and counters. It is now possible to specify the LaTeX preamble.

    •  11 Nov 2013 19:09

      Release Notes: This release supports colored formulas, improves alignment of formulas, reorganizes slide headers, and works on Debian Wheezy (after replacing Java 6 with Java 7).

      •  21 Sep 2013 14:58

        Release Notes: Support for multiline formulas with new syntax form @align. Corrections in syntax forms @spn and @div; a new syntax form @tg. New feature: counters (for exercises, theorems etc.). Various improvements and bugfixes. Old slides should compile with corrections in headers.

        •  27 Jul 2013 20:06

          Release Notes: Major changes in both the frontend and backend. An improved table of contents. The user has to go through the installation procedure again. Old slides may not compile due to syntax changes. See the docs section on PLaneT for new function names.

          •  12 Jun 2013 23:06

            Release Notes: This release adds code cleanup and changes in the syntax of the slide header. Older slides should still compile, after a header replacement.


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