pinp 0.0.3: More docs, more features

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Our pinp package for snazzier one or two column vignette received it second update. Now at version 0.0.3, it arrived on CRAN on Saturday with minimal fuzz as an ‘CRAN-pretest-publish’ transition.

We added more frontmatter options, documented more, and streamlined some internals of the LaTeX class borrowed from PNAS. A screenshot of the (updated) vignette can be seen below. Additional screenshots of are at the pinp page.

The NEWS entry for this release follows.

Changes in tint version 0.0.3 (2017-10-28)

  • Section ‘Acknowledgements’ now conditional on a frontmatter setting, section ‘Matmethods’ has been removed, pnasbreak no longer used which stabilizes LaTeX float formatting. References are now shown in the column just like other content (Dirk in #36).

  • Vignette now uses new numbered sections frontmatter switch which improves the pdf outline.

  • New front-matter options for title/section header colors, and link colors (Dirk in #39).

  • YAML frontmater options are now documented in the help page for pinp as well (Dirk in #41).

  • Some typos were fixed (Michael in #42 and #43).

Courtesy of CRANberries, there is a comparison to the previous release. More information is on the tint page. For questions or comments use the issue tracker off the GitHub repo.

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