./print/tex-datatool, Tools to load and manipulate data

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.27, Package name: tex-datatool-2.27, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The bundle provides six packages: - datatool.sty: databases may
be created using LaTeX commands or by importing external files;
they may be sorted numerically or alphabetically; repetitive
operations (such as mail merging) may be performed on each row
of a database, subject to conditions to exclude particular
rows; commands are provided to examine database elements, and
to convert formats (for example, to convert a numeric element
to a format compatible with the fp package; - datapie.sty: a
database may be represented as a pie chart; flexible options
allow colouring of the chart, and annotation hooks are
available; - dataplot.sty: a database may be represented as a
2-dimensional scatter or line plot; flexible options control of
the plot's overall appearance, and of legends and other extra
information; - databar.sty: a database may be represented as a
bar chart; overall appearance, colouring and annotation are
controllable; - databib.sty: a bibliography may be loaded into
a datatool database, and manipulated there before being printed
(this permits a LaTeX-based route to printing bibliographies in
formats for which no BibTeX style is available); and -
person.sty: provides support for displaying a person's name and
pronoun in a document, thus avoiding cumbersome use of
"he/she", etc. The drawing packages make use of PGF/TikZ for
their output. The bundle replaces and supersedes the author's
csvtools bundle.


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   2016-08-07 11:09:42 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (123) | Package updated
Log message:
Update some texlive packages to latest versions.
Precise changes unknown
 Updated print/tex-amsmath(,-doc} to 2.15d
 Updated print/tex-caption(,-doc} to 20160522
 Updated print/tex-csplain to 2016.41764
 Updated print/tex-csquotes(,-doc} to 5.1h
 Updated print/tex-datatool(,-doc} to 2.27
 Updated print/tex-dvips(,-doc} to 2016.41704
 Updated print/tex-etex-pkg(,-doc} to 2.7
 Updated print/tex-glossaries(,-doc} to 4.25
 Updated print/tex-hyperref(,-doc} to 6.83q
 Updated print/tex-koma-script to 3.21
 Updated print/tex-latex(,-doc} to 2016.41765
 Updated print/tex-lollipop(,-doc} to 1.07
 Updated print/tex-luatex85(,-doc} to 1.4
 Updated print/tex-marginnote(,-doc} to 1.2
 Updated print/tex-media9(,-doc} to 0.69
 Updated print/tex-minted(,-doc} to 2.4
 Updated print/tex-musixtex(,-doc} to 1.23
 Updated print/tex-oberdiek(,-doc} to 2016.41346
 Updated print/tex-pdfcomment(,-doc} to 2.4
 Updated print/tex-ptex-base(,-doc} to 0.0.2016.41420
 Updated print/tex-readarray(,-doc} to 1.3
 Updated print/tex-showlabels(,-doc} to 1.8
 Updated print/tex-sttools(,-doc} to 1.9
 Updated print/tex-tex4ht(,-doc} to 2016.41726
 Updated print/tex-texinfo to 5.1.41792
 Updated print/tex-textpos(,-doc} to 1.8
 Updated print/tex-tools(,-doc} to 2016.41688
 Updated print/tex-toptesi(,-doc} to 5.92
 Updated print/tex-unicode-data(,-doc} to 1.5
 Updated print/tex-updmap-map to 2016.41585
   2015-11-04 02:03:03 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (1194)
Log message:
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for print category

Problems found locating distfiles:
	Package acroread7: missing distfile AdobeReader_enu-7.0.9-1.i386.tar.gz
	Package acroread8: missing distfile AdobeReader_enu-8.1.7-1.sparc.tar.gz
	Package cups-filters: missing distfile cups-filters-1.1.0.tar.xz
	Package dvidvi: missing distfile dvidvi-1.0.tar.gz
	Package lgrind: missing distfile lgrind.tar.bz2

Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden).  All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
   2015-08-02 14:31:04 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (5) | Package updated
Log message:
Update tex-datatool{,-doc} to 2.23

* datatool.sty:
    - etex no longer loaded.
    - added \DTLisinlist and \DTLmaketabspace
    - Bug fix (\@dtl at starttrim): fixed issue that caused
      loss of group at the start of a line when reading a csv file
    - Bug fix: unstarred (case-sensitive) version of \DTLsort
      now correctly uses case-sensitive sort.
    - Bug fix: error in \DTLifSubString

* person.sty:
    - Bug fix: replaced \ifpersonmale with \ifmale within the
      definitions of \persongender and \getpersongender
    - Bug fix: replaced \@thisperson with #1 in \ifmale and
      \iffemale
   2015-04-22 12:38:59 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
Update tex-datatool{,-doc} to 2.22

latest texlive version.  changes unknown.
   2010-04-09 23:40:30 by Mark Davies | Files touched by this commit (4) | Imported package
Log message:
Import tex-datatool-2.03

The bundle provides six packages: - datatool.sty: databases may
be created using LaTeX commands or by importing external files;
they may be sorted numerically or alphabetically; repetitive
operations (such as mail merging) may be performed on each row
of a database, subject to conditions to exclude particular
rows; commands are provided to examine database elements, and
to convert formats (for example, to convert a numeric element
to a format compatible with the fp package; - datapie.sty: a
database may be represented as a pie chart; flexible options
allow colouring of the chart, and annotation hooks are
available; - dataplot.sty: a database may be represented as a
2-dimensional scatter or line plot; flexible options control of
the plot's overall appearance, and of legends and other extra
information; - databar.sty: a database may be represented as a
bar chart; overall appearance, colouring and annotation are
controllable; - databib.sty: a bibliography may be loaded into
a datatool database, and manipulated there before being printed
(this permits a LaTeX-based route to printing bibliographies in
formats for which no BibTeX style is available); and -
person.sty: provides support for displaying a person's name and
pronoun in a document, thus avoiding cumbersome use of
"he/she", etc. The drawing packages make use of PGF/TikZ for
their output. The bundle replaces and supersedes the author's
csvtools bundle.