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= Software for producing conference schedules from ACLPUB output =
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This package can be used to generate conference schedules in LaTeX and HTML from the order file
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used to produce proceedings in ACLPUB. The archive includes sample data and templates that were
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used to generate schedules for the conference handbook, web pages, and on-site day programs for
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ACL 2010 in Uppsala. The package presupposes Perl and Template Toolkit. For more information
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see the README file.
  
Download: [[http://stp.ling.uu.se/~nivre/download/uu-acl-order-to-program.tgz]]
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The package was created by Markus Saers, with contributions from Mats Dahllöf and Joakim Nivre.
  
The package presupposes Perl and Template Toolkit and can be used to generate conference
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*Download:* [[http://stp.ling.uu.se/~nivre/download/uu-acl-order-to-program.tgz|uu-acl-order-to-program.tgz]]
schedules in LaTeX and HTML from the order file used to produce proceedings in ACLPUB.  
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The archive includes the templates that were used to generate schedules for the conference
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handbook, web pages, and on-site day programs for ACL 2010 in Uppsala.
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For more information see the README file.
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The package was created by Markus Saers, with contributions from Mats Dahllöf and Joakim Nivre.
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Revision as of 23:53, 22 August 2010

This package can be used to generate conference schedules in LaTeX and HTML from the order file used to produce proceedings in ACLPUB. The archive includes sample data and templates that were used to generate schedules for the conference handbook, web pages, and on-site day programs for ACL 2010 in Uppsala. The package presupposes Perl and Template Toolkit. For more information see the README file.

The package was created by Markus Saers, with contributions from Mats Dahllöf and Joakim Nivre.

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