Because sometimes a PDF resume is dumped to plain text, which can cause awful formatting issues, I’m working on tucvtextrender, a Python module designed to render an attractive (in monospace) plain text version of a tucv. It’s still very much development-grade software and definitely not ready to set-and-forget just yet, but even in its current state it does a pretty good job of generating reasonably sane defaults to hand tinker into a final product.

It’s almost definitely not ready for use by someone who doesn’t want to get his hands dirty in the code to figure out exactly what’s going on. I guess I’ll offer it under the same license as the tucv style itself, since that seems to make sense.

It depends upon plasTeX, a very neat LaTeX document processing framework that generates a DOM from a LaTeX document.


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