Tethys Thesis is a LaTeX template for computer science theses and project documentation. An example of the template can be shown here.
Tethys Thesis is a template heavily based upon my own workflow on projects and LaTeX experience taylored towards computer scientists. It may not suit you, but at least it suits me well.
Notable choices include:
- Bibliography is handled with biblatex, not bibtex
- For listings, Minted is used instead of lstlistings
- For algorithms, the package algpseudocode is used
make repeatedlyruns latexmk, making it easier to do "agile" LaTeX development
You have to install both the latexmk and a boatload of LaTeX packages. In addition, if you want to use minted, you'll have to install pygments as well. I tend to just do
sudo apt-get install texlive-full latexmk python-pygments
on Debian-based systems.
Source Copyright © 2014 Jean Niklas L'orange. Licensed under the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.3 or later. See COPYING for details.
"The Ocean Sky" Copyright © 2013 Desmond Wong. "The Ocean Sky" is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.