TeX is a typesetting system which
produces high quality results – despite of its age. I
became acquainted with TeX back in my
university days. I have been in touch with it since then.
I am active in the context
of CTAN – the
Comprehensive TeX Archive Network. I
take care of the Web presence.
I am a member of DANTE e.V.
and have been active in the context of the publication of
BibTool is a universal tool to
databases. BibTool can be utilized for
a broad range of operations. BibTool is
distributed in source form. It can be used on nearly any
package cwpuzzle provides the means and possibilities
to typeset various kinds of crossword puzzles. Recently
support for new puzzle types like Sudoku has been added.
package productbox provides a style file for
typesetting a three-dimensional product box. This product box
can be rendered as it is standing on a surface and some light
is shed onto it. Alternatively it can be typeset as a
wireframe to be cut out and glued together. This will lead to
a physical product box.
The »Information Mapping®« method provides a
different methodology for structuring and presenting
information. It claims to be useful for readers who are more
concerned about finding the right information than reading the
document as a whole. Thus short, highly structured, and
context free pieces of information are used.
In the column »Aus dem Fundus« [From the Repository] of »Die
TeXnische Komödie« I have written some
articles. They are mainly about fonts. The associated packages
can be found here.
With the little
package eqname it is possible to label equations with
arbitrary strings in addition to the automatic numbers
Referencing these strings is also possible.
Typesetting mathematics in TeX is tailored towards algebraic
formulae. If you are typesetting logical formulae some
distances might be misleading. The
gn-logic.sty provides macros to avoid this
Typesetting Prolog Code
The idea of “Literate Programming” is to tie together the code
and the documentation. The required aspect can then be
extracted. The package pl provides a poor man’s solution for
Prolog. It allows you to use the same file without change or
LaTeX and for
And then, once upon a time, I have been active in the