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README.md

About

Fibeamer is a beamer theme for the typesetting of thesis defense presentations at the Masaryk University (Brno, Czech Republic). The theme has been designed for easy extensibility by style and locale files of other academic institutions.

Requirements

To install the package, you are going to need a POSIX.2-compliant environment as well as the following tools:

  • GNU make
  • inkscape
  • pdftops

Aside from these tools, the installation requires a correctly configured TeX distribution containing the pdfTeX and XeTeX engines as well as the LaTeX packages required for the typesetting of the technical documentation within the fibeamer.dtx file and the guide files within the guide/ subdirectory.

(For running the test suite using the make tests command, the comparepdf command is also required.)

Installation

To install the package, execute the following command from within the current directory:

make base
make install-base to=[[TDS]] nohash=true

where [[TDS]] is a path in the TeX directory structure to which you are going to install the package (such as /usr/share/texmf).

After successfully running the commands, update the file name database of your TeX distribution, if necessary:

  • In MiKTeX:
    • Using the GUI: In the Start Menu go to the MiKTeX entry and open either the settings or the admin settings depending on whether you are installing the package into a single-user private directory tree or into a shared directory tree on a multi-user system, respectively. The "MiKTeX Options" window will open. Switch to the "General" tab and click the "Refresh FNDB" button.
    • Using the command prompt: Execute either initexmf -u or initexmf -u --admin depending on whether you are installing the package into a single-user private directory tree or into a shared shared directory tree on a multi-user system.
  • In TeX Live and MacTeX:
    • Execute texhash with superuser privileges (sudo texhash).

You may now also wish to typeset and install the user and technical documentation of the package. You can do that by running:

make docs
make install-docs to=[[TDS]] nohash=true

where [[TDS]] is again a path in the TeX directory structure to which you are going to install the documentation and will likely be the same as before.

After successfully running the commands, update the file name database of your TeX distribution, if necessary.

Uninstallation

To uninstall the package, execute the following command from within the current directory:

make uninstall from=[[TDS]]

where [[TDS]] is a path in the TeX directory structure to which you are going to install the package (such as /usr/share/texmf).

After successfully running the commands, update the file name database of your TeX distribution, if necessary:

  • In MiKTeX:
    • Using the GUI: In the Start Menu go to the MiKTeX entry and open either the settings or the admin settings depending on whether you are installing the package into a single-user private directory tree or into a shared directory tree on a multi-user system, respectively. The "MiKTeX Options" window will open. Switch to the "General" tab and click the "Refresh FNDB" button.
    • Using the command prompt: Execute either initexmf -u or initexmf -u --admin depending on whether you are installing the package into a single-user private directory tree or into a shared shared directory tree on a multi-user system.
  • In TeX Live and MacTeX:
    • Execute texhash with superuser privileges (sudo texhash).
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