Most of the things I write, be it software or something else, are
under revision control with git. Mostly because it makes undoing
mistakes easy. My LaTeX documents are no exception. With software
it is customary to have a change-log (like the one generated by the
git log command). I wanted to do something similar for LaTeX.
The easiest way to do that would probably be to save the
output to a file and include that with a
from the verbatimfiles package. But that would look pretty ugly.
So I decided to write a program that parses the output of the
command and format it. It is called
mkhistory.py. It is part of my
scripts repository on github.
This is some
git log output:
And this is wat it looks like after
mkhistory.py has done its job
and the resulting LaTeX code has been processed into a pdf:
For comments, please send me an e-mail.