Re: Bug#299242: ITP: ha-prosper -- improved LaTeX class for writing transparencies
* Josselin Mouette <email@example.com> [20050313 00:37]:
> Le samedi 12 mars 2005 à 23:44 +0100, Michael Prokop a écrit :
> > * Package name : ha-prosper
> > Version : 4.21
> > Upstream Author : Hendri Adriaens <Hendri@uvt.nl>
> > * URL : http://stuwww.uvt.nl/~hendri/Downloads/haprosper.html
> > * License : LaTeX Project Public License
> > Description : improved LaTeX class for writing transparencies
> > The HA-prosper package for LaTeX provides a way to make nice
> > looking slides using LaTeX. This gives you the opportunity to
> > copy and paste formulas from your papers directly into the
> > presentation. The package has been based on the prosper class
> > but offers a lot of new possibilities and some bug fixes.
> Is it compatible with prosper? If it is, maybe it would be better to
> simply replace the prosper package with this version.
| This is the last release of the package HA-prosper. All future
| developments in the line of this package will be collected in a new
| class called TeXciting. The reason that this package will be
| converted into a class is that some ideas for improvements (like A4
| paper support) can only be realized when stepping away from prosper.
| The conversion will take some time and any bugs in HA-prosper will
| be dealt with in the meantime. Changes necessary for presentations
| to step from HA-prosper to TeXciting will be kept to a minimum.
I think replacing the prosper-package with ha-prosper wouldn't be
a good choice. I'd like to provide ha-prosper in a separate package
so when TeXciting is available there aren't any breakages with