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Por qué sigo usando Arch Linux

Que­ría pro­bar rs­t2­pdf contra re­por­tlab de SVN, wor­da­xe de SVN y do­cu­tils de SVN, y que­ría que fue­ra fá­ci­l.

So­lu­ció­n: Los em­pa­que­té en AUR!

Ahora, cada vez que quiero probar rst2pdf contra wordaxe de trunk SVN, hago un yaourt -S py­tho­n-wor­da­xe-s­vn y para volver a wordaxe estable hago yaourt -S py­tho­n-wor­da­xe.

El pa­que­te SVN siem­pre es trunk ac­tua­li­za­do sin mo­di­fi­ca­cio­nes, y pue­do ir y vol­ver en unos 45 se­gun­do­s, sin rom­per pa­que­tes del sis­te­ma.

También puedo mantener mis paquetes SVN instalados al día con un yaourt -Su --­de­vel cada tanto.

Co­mo lo hu­bie­ra he­cho usan­do De­bian o al­go ba­sa­do en RPM? Su­pon­go que por atrás del sis­te­ma de pa­que­tes (que odio ha­cer­lo) o ha­cien­do un re­po pri­va­do (que es tris­te) o con un re­po pú­bli­co (que es tra­ba­jo­!).

La ver­dad si uno pro­gra­ma, no se me ocu­rre una dis­tro que te ha­ga la vi­da más fá­cil que Ar­ch. Ca­si to­do es­tá ahí (12K pa­que­tes en un­su­pporte­d!) y si no es­tá son 5 mi­nu­tos pa­ra me­ter­lo en AUR y ayu­dar a la co­mu­ni­da­d.

Su­po­né que es­tás ha­cien­do una apli­ca­ción KDE. En la ma­yo­ría de las dis­tros te­nés que ins­ta­lar­te tu pro­pia co­pia de kde­libs de los fuen­tes pa­ra te­ner la úl­ti­ma ver­sión y ase­gu­rar­te que no es­tá arrui­na­da por par­ches es­pe­cí­fi­cos de la dis­tro.

En ar­ch? Em­par­char es­tá mal vis­to. No te­ner la úl­ti­ma ver­sión es­tá mal vis­to. Así que es más o me­nos el am­bien­te ideal pa­ra de­sa­rro­llar con KDE, GNO­ME, Py­Qt o lo que sea.

Si mi tiem­po no es­tu­vie­ra ocu­pao un 150% in­ten­ta­ría ser de­sa­rro­lla­dor Ar­ch, o por lo me­nos un TU (Trus­ted Use­r).

Ca­paz la pr­óxi­ma reen­car­na­ción :-)

Rst2pdf 0.11 liberado!

It's my plea­su­re to an­noun­ce the re­lea­se of rs­t2­pdf ver­sion 0.11, avai­la­ble at http://­co­de.­google.­co­m/­p/rs­t2­pdf/­do­wn­load­s/­list

Rs­t2­pdf is a tool to ge­ne­ra­te PDF fi­les di­rec­tly from res­truc­tu­red text sour­ces via re­por­tla­b.

This ver­sion in­clu­des many bu­gfixes and so­me new fea­tu­res com­pa­red to the pre­vious 0.10.1 ver­sio­n, in­clu­ding but not li­mited to em­be­dding PDF ima­ges, mu­ch im­pro­ved ima­ge si­zin­g, ni­cer list la­you­ts, be­tter sty­lin­g, pa­ge ba­ck­groun­d­s, and mo­re than 15 bugs fixe­d. A fu­ll chan­ge­log is in­clu­ded at the bo­ttom of this me­ss­age.

Rs­t2­pdf ai­ms to su­pport the fu­ll res­truc­tu­red text fea­tu­re se­t, and is ve­ry clo­se to that goa­l, whi­le al­so in­clu­ding so­me of the mo­re ex­pe­ri­men­tal fea­tu­res, like a sour­ce co­de di­rec­ti­ve wi­th syn­tax hi­gh­li­gh­ting and ma­th no­ta­tion su­pport wi­th La­TeX-­like syn­ta­x.

It su­ppor­ts em­be­dding ar­bi­tra­ry fon­ts, bo­th True Ty­pe and PS Ty­pe 1, bo­th ras­ter and vec­tor ima­ges (in­clu­ding SV­G), pa­ge tran­si­tion effec­ts, mul­ti­ple, fle­xi­ble pa­ge la­you­ts, cas­ca­ding sty­le­s, and mu­ch, mu­ch mo­re.

You can find mo­re in­for­ma­tion about rs­t2­pdf in its ho­me pa­ge ( http://rs­t2­pdf.­google­co­de.­com), and ask an­y­thing you want in the rs­t2­pdf- dis­cuss mai­ling list (http://­group­s.­google.­co­m/­grou­p/rs­t2­pdf-­dis­cuss)

He­re are the chan­ges in this ver­sion com­pa­red to 0.10.1:

  • De­­gra­­de mo­­­re gra­­ce­­fu­­lly when one or mo­­­re wo­r­­da­­xe hy­­phe­­na­­tors are bro­­ken (cu­­rren­­tly DWC is the bro­­ken one)

  • Fixed is­­sue 132: in so­­­me ca­ses, wi­­th use­­r-­­de­­fi­­ned fo­n­­tA­­lia­s, bold and ita­­lic would get co­n­­fu­s­ed (ge­­tting ita­­lic in­s­­tead of bold in in­­li­­ne ma­­rku­­p, for in­s­­tan­­ce).

  • New sty­­le­s­heet no­­-­­co­m­­pa­c­­t-­­lis­­ts to make lis­­ts... le­ss co­m­­pact

  • SVG ima­­ges now han­d­­le % as a wi­­dth unit co­­­rre­c­­tl­­y.

  • Im­­ple­­men­ted is­­sue 127: su­­pport ima­­ges in PDF fo­r­­ma­­t. Ri­­ght now they are ra­s­­te­­ri­­ze­­d, so it's not idea­­l. Perhaps so­­­me­­thing be­­­tter wi­­ll co­­­me up la­­te­­r.

  • Fixed is­­sue 129: make it wo­­­rk around a pr­­blem wi­­th Kee­p­­To­­­ge­­ther in RL 2.1 it pro­­­ba­­bly makes the ou­­tput look wo­r­­se in so­­­me ca­­ses when using tha­­t. RL 2.1 is not rea­­lly su­­ppor­te­­d, so added a wa­r­­ni­n­­g.

  • Fixed is­­sue 130: use os.­­pa­­thsep in­s­­tead of ":" si­n­­ce ":" in wi­n­­do­­ws is us­ed in disk na­­mes (and we sti­­ll pay for DOS idio­­­c­­y, in 2009)

  • Fixed is­­sue 128: hea­­dings le­­vel 3+ all looked the sa­­me

  • Ugly bu­­gfix for Is­­sue 126: cra­s­hes when using ima­­ges in hea­­der + TOC

  • New ts­­ty­­les se­c­­tion in the sty­­le­s­heet pro­­­vi­­des mo­­­re co­n­­fi­­gu­­ra­­ble list la­­you­­ts and mo­­­re po­­we­r­­ful ta­­ble sty­­li­n­­g.

  • Be­­­tter syn­­tax hi­­gh­­li­­gh­­ting (su­­ppo­r­­ts bo­l­­d/i­­ta­­li­­c)

  • Wo­­­rka­­round for is­­sue 103 so you can use bo­r­­de­r­­Pa­­dding as a list (but it wi­­ll look wrong if you are using wo­r­­da­­xe <= 0.3.2)

  • Added fie­l­­d­­va­­lue sty­­le for field lis­­ts

  • Added op­­tio­n­­list ts­­ty­­le, for op­­tion lis­­ts

  • Added co­­­lle­c­­tion of uti­­li­­ty sty­­le­s­hee­­ts and do­­­cu­­men­ted it

  • Im­­pro­­­ved co­­­m­­mand li­­ne pa­r­­sing and sty­­le­s­heet loading (guess ex­­ten­­sion like la­­test rs­­t2­­la­­tex does)

  • Fixed Is­­sue 67: co­m­­ple­­te­­ly new list la­­you­­ting co­­­de

  • Fixed Is­­sue 116: cra­s­hes cau­s­ed by hu­­ge ima­­ges

  • Be­­­tter su­­pport for %wi­­dth in ima­­ges, n2ow it's % of the co­n­­tai­­ner fra­­me's wi­­dth, not of the text area.

  • Fixed bug in SVG sca­­ling

  • Be­­­tter han­d­­ling of mis­­sing ima­­ges

  • Added mis­­sing sty­­les abs­­tra­c­­t, co­n­­ten­­ts, de­­di­­ca­­tion to the de­­fault sty­­le­s­heet

  • Ta­­bles sty­­le su­­pport spa­­ce­­Be­­­fo­­­re and spa­­ceA­­fter

  • New to­­­pi­­c-­­ti­­tle sty­­le for to­­­pic ti­­tles (o­b­­vious ;-)

  • Ve­r­­ti­­cal ali­g­n­­ment for in­­li­­ne ima­­ges (:­a­­li­g­n: pa­­ra­­me­­te­­r)

  • Is­­sue 118: Su­­pport for :s­­ca­­le: in ima­­ges and han­d­­le re­­si­­zing of in­­li­­ne ima­­ges

  • Is­­sue 119: Fix pla­­ce­­ment of hea­­ders and footers

  • New ba­­ck­­ground pro­­­pe­r­­ty for pa­­ge te­m­­pla­­tes (ni­­ce for pre­sen­­ta­­tio­n­s, for exa­m­­ple)

  • De­­fault to px for ima­­ge wi­­dth spe­­ci­­fi­­ca­­tions in­s­­tead of pt

  • Su­­pport all re­­qui­­red mea­­su­­re­­ment uni­­ts ("e­­m" "ex" "px" "i­n" "cm" "m­­m" "p­­t" "p­­c" "%" "")

  • New au­­to­­­mated scri­p­­ts to che­­ck test ca­­ses for "vi­­sual di­­ffe­­ren­­ce­s"

  • Res­­pect ima­­ges DPI pro­­­pe­r­­ty a bit like rs­­t2­­la­­tex does.

  • Is­­sue 110: New --i­n­­li­­ne-­­footno­­­tes op­­tion

  • Tes­ted wi­­th re­­po­r­­tlab from SVN trunk

  • Su­­pport for Di­­nu Ghe­r­­man's sv­­gli­­b. If bo­­­th sv­­glib and uni­­co­n­­ve­r­­tor are avai­­la­­ble, sv­­glib is pre­­fe­­rred (for SV­­G, of cou­r­se). Pa­­tch ori­­gi­­na­­lly by ru­­te.

  • Is­­sue 109: Se­­pa­­ra­­te sty­­les for ea­­ch kind of ad­­mo­­­ni­­tion

  • For Is­­sue 109: mis­­sing sty­­les are not a fa­­tal error

  • Is­­sue 117: TO­­­Cs wi­­th mo­­­re than 6 le­­vels now su­­pported (rai­s­ed li­­mit to 9, whi­­ch is si­­lly dee­­p)

Siberian Light

Review:

I sus­pect rus­sians would find this book in­cred­i­bly of­fen­sive. On the oth­er hand, I just find it im­plau­si­ble. I man­aged to sus­pend dis­be­lief, but it was not easy!


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