A billable-time invoice featuring style over substance.
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Generating an Invoice
Using TeX Live Locally
cp example.tex your-invoice-101.tex # make some changes to your-invoice-101.tex make your-invoice-101.pdf
Your invoice will be created as
cp example.tex your-invoice-101.tex vagrant up # this may take a while the first time vagrant ssh -c 'cd /vagrant; make REPORT=your-invoice-101 watch'
Now whenever you make changes to
your-invoice-101.tex on your host machine,
the watcher inside the VM will automatically build
which will be saved back to the host machine.
When finished editing, input Control-C to stop the watcher, then run:
I am not a designer. Inspiration for the design comes from stea^H^H^H^Hborrowing design ideas from good looking invoices people have published on the net. The resulting design is not even in the same league, but I think it gets the job done.
I am also not a LaTeX author. The code borrows heavily from the moderncv package (which I can't recommend enough), as well as numerous other packages.
The code I have written I release under the MIT license.
Two different font packages are included in the repo for convenience:
- OpenSans (Apache License v2.00)
- Font Awesome (SIL OFL 1.1)