A collection of simple and easy-to-use, yet powerful LaTeX templates for CVs and resumes. All of them are self-designed and self-implemented and not copied from template collections.
Now with support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean character encoding. Setup is only two lines of code! Read more here.
The following guide briefly describes the requirements and build procedure. Please create an issue if this part is not helpful.
You will need some minimal Texlive distribution. A good starting point is here. Users of various Linux distributions can also install Texlive from their repositories.
This repository also contains a texlive.profile file in the project root that can be used to install the minimum required Texlive packages when manually installing Texlive.
Contributors are very welcome. Please check the contribution guidelines first to make it a success.
Thanks a lot to all sponsors of this project, your contribution will help to keep this project going.
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Copyright (c) 2014-2021 Jan Küster
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