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TUGboat 35:1, 2014

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Complete issue 35:1 as one pdf (6mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   1 
Editorial information   2 
 
General Delivery
Ab epistulis 
  Steve Peter      [Introductory — what publishers want]
 2 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton      [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
     Updike prize for student type design
     Talk by Matthew Carter
     R.I.P. Mike Parker (1929–2014)
     Turing Award for Leslie Lamport
     TAOCP volume 1 issued as an e-book
     Other items worth a look
 3-4 
The TeX tuneup of 2014 
  Donald Knuth      [Intermediate Plus — the 2014 updates to TeX, Metafont, etc.]
 5-8 
Making lists: A journey into unknown grammar 
  James Hunt      [Introductory — prescriptions for correct usage of itemized, enumerated, definition lists]
 9-15 
In memoriam Jean-Pierre Drucbert 
  Jean-Michel Hufflen 
 16 
 
Letters
Does not suffice to run LaTeX a finite number of times to get cross-references right 
  Jaime Gaspar      [Introductory — simple counterexample]
 16 
 
Fonts
Fetamont: An extended logo typeface 
  Linus Romer      [Intermediate — the Metafont logo in many variants, anchors and kerning classes in Metafont, history]
 17-21 
 
LaTeX
LaTeX3 news, issue 9 
  LaTeX Project Team      [Intermediate — Hiatus?; expl3 in the community; logo; recent activity; what can you do for LaTeX3?]
 22-26 
Introduction to presentations with beamer 
  Thomas Thurnherr      [Intermediate — sequence of examples for making slides for presentations]
 27-30 
The beamer class: Controlling overlays 
  Joseph Wright      [Intermediate — practical examples for revealing slides step by step]
 31-33 
Boxes and more boxes 
  Ivan Pagnossin      [Introductory — introduction to box concepts and usage in LaTeX]
 34-35 
Glisterings 
  Peter Wilson      [Intermediate — glyphs; long labels]
 36-38 
The pkgloader and lt3graph packages: Toward simple and powerful package management for LaTeX 
  Michiel Helvensteijn      [Intermediate Plus — addressing LaTeX package conflicts in a general way, and general graph representation]
 39-43 
 
Software & Tools
An overview of Pandoc 
  Massimiliano Dominici      [Intermediate — conversion from Markdown to many output formats, including LaTeX]
 44-50 
Numerical methods with LuaLaTeX 
  Juan Montijano, Mario Pérez, Luis Rández, Juan Luis Varona      [Intermediate Plus — examples of mathematical computations and graphics eased by LuaTeX]
 51-56 
Parsing PDF content streams with LuaTeX 
  Taco Hoekwater      [Advanced — overview of the new pdfparser library in LuaTeX]
 57-60 
ModernDvi: A high quality rendering and modern DVI viewer 
  Antoine Bossard, Takeyuki Nagao      [Intermediate Plus — a multi-threading application available at the Windows Store]
 61-68 
Selection in PDF viewers and a LuaTeX bug 
  Hans Hagen      [Advanced — selection of text vs. display math leads to uncovering a bug in new primitives]
 69-70 
Parsers in TeX and using CWEB for general pretty-printing 
  Alexander Shibakov      [Advanced — using bison and flex to implement parsers and scanners in TeX]
 71-78 
 
Graphics
Entry-level MetaPost 4: Artful lines 
  Mari Voipio      [Introductory — line widths, joins, caps, dashes, arrows, default options, grids]
 79-81 
drawdot in MetaPost: A bug, a fix 
  Hans Hagen      [Intermediate Plus — bug report from Knuth: drawdot should not draw an open dot]
 82 
 
Electronic Documents
HTML to LaTeX transformation 
  Frederik Schlupkothen      [Intermediate — introduces a mapping from HTML commands to LaTeX, using several packages]
 83-90 
 
Publishing
Scientific documents written by novice researchers: A personal experience in Latin America 
  Ludger Suarez–Burgoa      [Introductory — 20 years of writing scientific documents, from the typewriter to a new LaTeX class]
 91-98 
 
Survey
Macro memories, 1964–2013 
  David Walden      [Advanced — informal musings about macros in TeX, M4, the early ARPANET, etc.]
 99-110 
 
Abstracts
Eutypon: Contents of issue 30–31 (October 2013)   111 
Die TeXnische Komödie: Contents of issue 1/2014   111 
 
Hints & Tricks
The treasure chest 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, December 2013–March 2014]
 112 
 
Book Reviews
Book reviews: LaTeX for Complete Novices and Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis, by Nicola Talbot 
  Boris Veytsman 
     See the TUG books page for all book reviews and discounts.
 113-114 
Book review: Dynamic Documents with R and knitr, by Yihui Xie 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — including some tutorial material on data exploration and plotting]
 115-119 
 
TUG Business
TUG financial statements for 2013 
  Karl Berry 
 120 
Institutional members   121 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   121 
 
News
Calendar   123 
TUG 2014 announcement   124 


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