This version adds support for the
tufte-book latex style. The package now supported handouts in html or pdf format (as before) but also book-length material. I am using this myself in a current draft and this is fully working, though (as always) subject to changes.
A screenshot of a chapter opening and a following page is below:
One can deploy the template for book-style documents from either
rmarkdown (easy) or
bookdown (so far manual setup only). I am using the latter but the difference does not really matter for as long as you render the whole document at once; the only change from
bookdown, really, is that your source directory ends up containing more files giving you more clutter and more degrees of freedom to wonder what gets set where.
The full list of changes is below.
Changes in tint version 0.1.0 (2018-04-08)
A new template ‘tintBook’ was added.
The pdf variants now default to ‘tango’ as the highlighting style.