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A CATALOGUE OF TEX MACROS
INTRODUCTION
This is a catalogue of TeX macros. Its scope includes all macros that
are available via anonymous ftp or mail-server or some similar
mechanism. Commercial packages will be included only if a full
Catalogue entry is supplied to me by the vendor.
In this, its first incarnation, the Catalogue is heavily slanted towards
the ymir and SHSU archives, in the sense that most of the entries have
been drawn from the packages at those sites. Although I have included a
significant amount of material from the Stuttgart archive, I've fallen
far short of exhausting its wealth of macros, and the excellent Aston
archive is hardly represented at all. I hope to remedy both of these
shortcomings in the near future.
In addition to the archives just mentioned, a number of smaller, more
specialized archives are also represented. For example, e-math.ams.com
is the home of all the official AMS macro packages, including AMS-TeX,
AMS-LaTeX and the AMSFonts package. Similarly, dhdspri6.bitnet is the
home of all official Springer-Verlag macros.
Since the Catalogue is devoted to macros, fonts and special-purpose
programs are mentioned only when they are necessary to explain the
purpose of a set of macros. For a list of fonts, I recommend Liam R. E.
Quin's list of metafonts [1]. For a list of TeX implementations and
other programs, see Bobby Bodenheimer's frequently-asked questions list
[2] and Guoying Chen's supplement [3].
Each entry is divided into a number of fields, with the following
functions:
Name: The name of the macro package, usually the same as the name of the
file containing it.
Description: A short (usually 1-3 line) description of what the package
does.
Keywords: A list of keywords to facilitate searching for special-purpose
macros, as well as to help describe the macros. A glossary of
keywords can be found at the end of the file.
Archives: A list of archives where the package can be found. Whenever
known, the primary distribution site is marked with an asterisk.
This list is not meant to be comprehensive. Instead, priority is
given to the ymir, Aston, SHSU, Stuttgart and Utrecht archives.
When the archive is well-known and has a significant collection of
macros, I refer to it by an abbreviated name and give complete
information about the archive in the "List of TeX Archives" at the
end of the Catalogue. In many cases, however, an ftp site serves as
the home of only one package, in which case I include the full name
of the archive in the "Archives" field and don't include a full
listing for it below.
Author: The name and address (preferably electronic) of the author of
the package. All email addresses, including JANET addresses, have
been normalized to little-endian order.
Bugs to: The address where bug reports should be sent, if this is
different from the address(es) listed in the Author field.
Currently (version 1.06 of the TeX Macro Index), this is only used
for files in the standard LaTeX distribution. These files are being
maintained by Frank Mittelbach and Rainer Sch\"opf, but all bug
reports should be sent to latex-help@cs.stanford.edu.
Latest Version: The date and/or version number of the latest release of
the package.
Supported: Whether or not the package is supported, that is, whether the
author wants to receive bug reports and/or comments on the package.
Note that in most cases the author of a "supported" package does not
promise to fix bugs or answer questions about the package. The only
promise is that the author won't get mad if you send a bug report.
In addition, it means that the author would like to hear about any
improvements or additions to the macros. In fact, some authors only
want to hear about improvements: they will accept bug fixes but will
not necessarily answer bug reports.
See also: A list of other packages with similar features.
Note: Any additional information which seems pertinent.
Needless to say, the Catalogue is bound to contain numerous small errors
and omissions and, most likely, not a few large ones. I've tried to
indicate some of the larger gaps that I am aware of, and I'll be working
to close these gaps as time permits. However, I would appreciate
hearing about any errors or omissions in the information below. I would
especially appreciate it if authors of macros would send me full entries
for their packages. I'll continue creating entries on my own, but the
task will be greatly simplified if I receive ready-made entries, rather
than having to retrieve the files and process them by myself. I'll
attempt to answer all mail sent to me, but please keep in mind that it
might take me some time to do so.
Whenever possible, I asked the authors these packages to verify the
information listed. I'm grateful to those who responded. In a few
cases I didn't have time to follow up on the information that authors
supplied me, but, again, I'll do this as soon as time permits.
I'd like to thank the following people for reading a preliminary version
of the Catalogue and commenting on it:
Ravinder Bhumbla
David Carlisle
Steve Fisk
Graham O'Neil
Eric Schenk
Dave Steiner
Dominik Wujastyk
They provided me with numerous helpful comments and suggestions.
Unfortunately, lack of time once again prevented me from implementing
all of their ideas for this first release of the Catalogue, but I will
be working on them for future versions of the Catalogue.
My thanks also goes out to George Greenwade and Nelson Beebe for helping
me get connected to the community of TeX archivers and for answering
numerous questions.
Finally, I extend my special thanks to Barbara Beeton for her constant
support and encouragement. Without her always gentle nudges, this
project would probably have become moribund on a number of occasions.
David.
REFERENCES
[1] Complete list of all metafont-format fonts in the world. Liam R.
E. Quin . Posted bi-monthly to comp.text.tex and
comp.fonts.
[2] TeX, LaTeX, etc.: Frequently Asked Questions with Answers [Monthly].
Bobby Bodenheimer. Posted monthly to comp.text.tex. Also available on
most of the major TeX archives.
[3] Supplement to the Frequently Asked Questions. Guoying Chen. Posted
monthly to comp.text.tex. Also available by anonymous ftp from
cs.nyu.edu (128.122.140.24) in the pub/tex/tex.supplement.
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The Catalogue is divided into a rough hierarchy based on macro package.
I hope to refine the division in the future, but for now here is the
list of headings:
%%Section 1: AMS-TEX
%%Section 1.1: Standard Distribution
%%Section 1.2: Other AMS-TeX Files
%%Section 1.2.1: AMS-TeX document styles
%%Section 1.2.2: Other AMS-TeX files
%%Section 2: AMS-LATEX
%%Section 3: EPLAIN
%%Section 4: FOILTEX
%%Section 4.1: Standard Distribution
%%Section 4.2: Other FoilTeX Files
%%Section 5: INRSTEX
%%Section 6: LATEX
%%Section 6.1: Standard Distribution
%%Section 6.1.1: Document styles
%%Section 6.1.2: Document-style options
%%Section 6.1.3: Other
%%Section 6.2: The Mainz LaTeX Files
%%Section 6.2.1: The New Font Selection Scheme
%%Section 6.2.2: Other Mainz files
%%Section 6.2.3: Mainz-compatible macros
%%Section 6.4: The BABEL project
%%Section 6.5: REVTeX
%%Section 6.6: LaTeX Document Styles
%%Section 6.7: LaTeX Document-style Options
%%Section 6.8: Other
%%Section 7: LAMS-TEX
%%Section 8: PLAIN TEX
%%Section 8.1: The New Font Selection Scheme for plain TeX
%%Section 8.2: Newsletter Macros
%%Section 8.3: ScriptTeX
%%Section 9: SLITEX
%%Section 9.1: Standard Distribution
%%Section 9.2: Other SliTeX Files
%%Section 10: PHYSE
%%Section 11: PHYZZX
%%Section 12: TEXT1
%%Section 13: TEXSIS
%%Section 14: YTEX
%%Section 15: GENERIC MACROS
%%Section 15.1: Midnight Macros
%%Section 15.2: PicTeX
%%Section 16: HEBREW TEX
%%Section 17: HYPHENATION PATTERNS
%%Section 18: BIBTEX STYLES
%%Section 19: OTHER
LIST OF TEX ARCHIVES
GLOSSARY OF KEYWORDS
APPENDIX: CONVERTING THE CATALOGUE TO A MORE STANDARD DATABASE FORMAT
COMING ATTRACTIONS
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%%Section 1: AMS-TEX
%%Section 1.1: Standard Distribution
Name: amstex.tex
Description: AMS-TeX is the American Mathematical Society's macros for
simplifying the typesetting of complex mathematical material.
AMS-TeX is meant to be used with plain TeX. For corresponding
support for LaTeX, see AMS-LaTeX.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, math
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1, 5 Apr 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart
Note: The AMS-TeX distribution includes a readme file, a user's guide
(amsguide.tex) and installation notes (amstinst.tex).
See also: AMS-LaTeX
Name: amsppt.sty (.doc)
Description: AMS-TeX article preprint document style.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, journal, article, publisher style
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1a, 22 Jan 1992
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart
See also: amsppt1.tex
Name: amsppt1.tex
Description: AMS-TeX conversion file to provide compatibility between
amsppt.sty version 1 and amsppt.sty version 2.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, amsppt
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1b, 2 Aug 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart
See also: amsppt.sty
Name: amssym.tex
Description: Defines names for all the math symbols in the AMS symbol
fonts (msam and msbm). If not used with AMS-TeX, amssym.tex must be
used with amssym.def (q.v.).
Keywords: AMS-TeX, amsfonts, mathfonts
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1, 31 May 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart
See also: amssym.def, msam.sty, msbm.sty, amssymbols.sty, amssymbl.sty,
amsfonts.sty, amssymb.sty
%%Section 1.2: Other AMS-TeX Files
%%Section 1.2.1: AMS-TeX document styles
Name: amamult.cmm
Description: Official Springer-Verlag AMS-TeX macros for typesetting
multi-author mathematics books.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, publisher style, camera-ready, Springer-Verlag, book,
multi-author, mathematics
Author: Springer-Verlag
Supported: yes
Latest Version: Jun 1991
Archives: dhdspri6*
Note: The package comes with a documentation file, amamult.doc, an
example file, amamult.dem, and a readme file.
See also: lmamult.sty, mathmult.cmm, mathsing.cmm, mathsing.sty
Name: amstexsiam.sty
Description: Unofficial AMS-TeX document style for producing papers for
SIAM journals.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, SIAM, journal, article
Author: Bradley J. Lucier and Douglas N. Arnold
Supported: ???
Latest Version: v1.1, 31 Jan 1990
Archives: research.att.com [192.20.225.2]* (in netlib/typesetting/amstex)
Note: The amstexsiam package includes a documentation file (siamdoc.tex)
and a sample file (sample.tex). This package does not work with
version 2.0 of AMS-TeX.
See also: siam.sty
Name: imappt.sty
Description: AMS-TeX document style used by the Institute of Mathematics
and its Applications for typesetting its preprints.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, article, publisher style
Author: Bradley J. Lucier and Douglas N. Arnold
Supported: ???
Latest Version: v1.2
Archives: research.att.com [192.20.225.2]*
Note: The imappt package includes a documentation file (imapptdoc.tex)
and a sample file (sample.tex). This package does not work with
version 2.0 of AMS-TeX???
Name: jfpppt.sty
Description: AMS-TeX 2.1 document style which extends amsppt.sty to
mimic the style of The Journal of Functional Programming (JFP).
Keywords: AMS-TeX, journal, article, publisher style, amsppt
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1, 22 Mar 1992
Archives: aston, ftp.diku.dk [129.142.96.1]* [/pub/TeX/misc]
Name: jnsams.cmm
Description: Official Springer-Verlag AMS-TeX macros for typesetting
articles for the Journal of Nonlinear Science.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, publisher style, camera-ready, Springer-Verlag,
journal
Author: Springer-Verlag
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 16 July 1990
Archives: dhdspri6*
Note: The package comes with a documentation file, jnsa.doc, an example
file, jnsa.dem, and a readme file.
See also: jns.sty, jns.cmm
Name: lncs.sty
Description: AMS-TeX 2.1 document style for submissions to
Springer-Verlag's Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, Springer-Verlag, LNCS, article, publisher style,
camera-ready
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 1.25, 25 Jan 1992 [beta]
Archives: aston, ftp.diku.dk [129.142.96.1]* [/pub/TeX/misc]
Name: osudeG.sty
Description: Macros for formatting proceedings volumes of the Ohio
State University Math Research Institute series. Unlimited
distribution with few provisos. Provides editorial facilities
(for proofing), good pagebreaks near headings, quality typography
with Adobe Type1 fonts, sophisticated mathsurround. For Plain TeX
and AMS-TeX.
Keywords: plain TeX, AMS-TeX
Author: Laurent Siebenmann with numerous
contributions by Walter.D. Neumann.
Supported: yes
First Version: 1990
Latest Version: July 1992
Note: Includes user guide and several auxiliary files.
Archives: shape.mps.ohio-state.edu* [128.146.7.200], matups.matups.fr*
[192.54.146.4]
%%Section 1.2.2: Other AMS-TeX files
Name: pptfixes.tex
Description: Bug fixes for the AMS-TeX 2.1 amsppt style.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, amsppt
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: Kristoffer H. Rose
Latest Version: v1.23, 22 Jan 1992
Archives: aston, ftp.diku.dk [129.142.96.1]* [/pub/TeX/misc/xppt*]
Name: review.sty
Description: A set of macros for TeXing Mathematical Reviews text files.
Keywords: AMS-TeX
Author:
Supported: ???
Latest Version:
Archives: ymir
Name: xfixed.tex
Description: Fixed/verbatim format for AMS-TeX.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, verbatim
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 1.25 28 Jan 1992 [beta]
Archives: aston, ftp.diku.dk [129.142.96.1]* [/pub/TeX/misc/xppt*]
Name: xppt.sty
Description: Extensions to the AMS-TeX document style amsppt.sty.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, amsppt
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: no [obsolete]
Latest Version: 1992
Archives: aston
Note: Obsolete: Superseded by xppt.tex (q.v.)
Name: xppt.tex
Description: Extensions to the AMS-TeX 2.1 amsppt style and compatible
styles: supports automatic table of contents, cross references,
BibTeX bibliographies, and automatic numbering of sections, theorems
and captions.
Keywords: AMS-TeX, amsppt
Author: Kristoffer H. Rose
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 1.25 28 Jan 1992
Archives: aston, ftp.diku.dk [129.142.96.1]* [/pub/TeX/misc/xppt*]
%%Section 2: AMS-LATEX
Name: AMS-LaTeX
Description: AMS-LaTeX is a synthesis of the LaTeX macro package and the
AMS-TeX macro package which combines the document structure of LaTeX
with the sophisticated math typesetting capabilities of AMS-TeX. It
is implemented as a set of document styles and style options for
LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-TeX, AMS-LaTeX, NFSS
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: The AMS-LaTeX distribution includes a user's guide (amslatex.tex),
and two sets of test files (testbook.tex and testart.tex).
See also: AMS-TeX
Name: amsart.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document style for papers submitted to AMS
journals.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, article, journal, NFSS, publisher style
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1b, 31 Jul 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: amsbook.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document style for books submitted to the AMS.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, book, NFSS, publisher style
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1b, 2 Aug 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: amsbsy.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option for producing bold math
symbols, either by using the appropriate bold math font or by
simulating them with a "poor man's bold" macro.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, bold symbol, math symbol, pmb, NFSS
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: amsbsy.sty can be used independently of amstex.sty
Name: amscd.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option that adapts the commutative
diagram macros of AMS-TeX for use in LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, commutative diagrams
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: amscd.sty can be used independently of amstex.sty
Name: amsfonts.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option which provides access to the
AMS math fonts (msam, msbm and eufm), but doesn't actually define
control sequences for all the individual characters (see
amssymb.sty).
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, amsfonts, msam, msbm, eufm, blackboard bold,
NFSS
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1a, 3 Sep 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: amsfonts.sty can be used independently of amstex.sty
See also: amssymb.sty
Name: amssymb.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option which defines names for all the
symbols in the AMS math fonts (msam and msbm).
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, math symbol, amsfonts, msam, msbm, NFSS
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: amssymb.sty can be used independently of amstex.sty
See also: amsfonts.sty
Name: amstex.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option which adapts most of the
mathematical macros of AMS-TeX for use with LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, AMS-TeX, math, NFSS
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: amstext.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option which defines the AMS-LaTeX
\text command, which makes it easy to incorporate fragments of text
inside a displayed equation or a sub or superscript. Font sizes are
automatically scaled in sub/superscripts.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 21 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Note: amstext.sty can be used independently of amstex.sty
Name: ctagsplt.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document-style option that allows the position of
equation numbers for the [AMS-TeX] `split' environment to be changed
from top left (or bottom right if the `righttag' option is in use)
to vertically centered on the total height of the split equation.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, equation number
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 12 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: intlim.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX option which changes the placement of `limits' on
integrals from `on the right side' to `above and below'.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, integral, limits
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 12 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: nonamelm.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document-style option which switches sub and
superscripts for `operator names' from `above and below' to the
right side in a displayed equation.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, operatorname
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 12 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: nosumlim.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document-style option which changes the placement
of limits for sums and other cumulative operators from above and
below to on the side.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, summation, sum, limits
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 12 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
Name: righttag.sty
Description: AMS-LaTeX document-style option which changes the placement
of equation numbers from the left margin to the right margin.
Keywords: LaTeX, AMS-LaTeX, equation number
Author: American Mathematical Society
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.1, 12 Jun 1991
Archives: e-math*, ymir, utrecht, aston, stuttgart, shsu
%%Section 3: EPLAIN
Name: eplain.tex
Description: Macros to expand and extend the plain TeX macros by adding
support for bibliographies, tables of contents, enumerated lists,
verbatim input of files, numbered equations, tables, two-column
output, footnotes and commutative diagrams.
Keywords: plain TeX, bibliography, BibTeX, lists, verbatim, TOC, xrefs,
autonumbering, table, multi-column, footnotes, two-column
Author: Karl Berry et al.
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.1, 25 March 1992
Archives: umb* [pub/tex/eplain], ymir, stuttgart, utrecht, shsu
Note: eplain comes with extensive documentation and example files.
See also: btxmac.tex
Name: arrow.tex
Description: Macros for arrow theoretic diagrams.
Keywords: plain TeX, eplain
Author: Steven T. Smith
Supported: ???
Latest Version: v1.0, 20 Jan 1992
Archives: umb*
Name: Card.tex
Description: Macros for creating greeting cards in TeX.
Keywords: plain TeX, eplain, card, dvips, rotate
Author: William McKeehan
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0
Archives: mathsun17.math.utk.edu:/pub/tex/card.tex* [128.169.200.117]
Note: Requires eplain.tex (q.v.), rotate.tex (q.v.) and dvips.
%%Section 4: FOILTEX
Name: FoilTeX
Description: FoilTeX is a LaTeX-like macro package (and misc. other
files) for making transparencies (foils, slides, etc.). It is
fundamentally similar to SliTeX but has some major structural
differences.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips, slides
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0.1, 25 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
Note: Package includes a readme file (README.flt), a user's manual
(foildoc.tex (q.v.)), and sample file (sampfoil.tex (q.v.)).
See also: colordvi.tex, blackdvi.tex
%%Section 4.1: Standard Distribution
Name: fltplain.tex
Description: Primary file for building the FoilTeX format fltplain.fmt.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips, fmt, slides
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0.1, 25 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX
Name: fltfonts.tex
Description: Font selection for building the FoilTeX format
fltplain.fmt.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips, fonts. OFSS
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX
Name: foils.sty
Description: Main document style for use with the FoilTeX format
fltplain.fmt.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0.1, 25 Aug 92
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foil17.sty, foil20.sty, foil25.sty, foil30.sty
Name: foil17.sty
Description: 17 point document-style option for use with foils.sty
(q.v.).
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foils.sty, foil20.sty, foil25.sty, foil30.sty
Name: foil20.sty
Description: 20 point document-style option for use with foils.sty
(q.v.).
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foils.sty, foil17.sty, foil25.sty, foil30.sty
Name: foil25.sty
Description: 25 point document-style option for use with foils.sty
(q.v.).
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foils.sty, foil17.sty, foil20.sty, foil30.sty
Name: foil30.sty
Description: 30 point document-style option for use with foils.sty
(q.v.).
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foils.sty, foil17.sty, foil20.sty, foil25.sty
Name: foildoc.tex
Description: Documentation for FoilTeX in LaTeX form.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX
Name: foilfont.tex
Description: Simple file to test font availability for using FoilTeX.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX
Name: sampfoil.tex
Description: Large sample file for FoilTeX.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, foil*.sty, colordvi.[tex,sty] (in this section)
%%Section 4.2: Other FoilTeX Files
Name: PSFonts.sty
Description: Document style option for using PostScript fonts in FoilTeX
and LaTeX under the Old Font Selection Scheme with dvips.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, dvips, PostScript, OFSS
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX
Note: These are revisions of the files by the same names as included
with Rokicki's dvips program. The are completely compatible with
Rokicki's versions in LaTeX with the old font selection scheme. Use
these version if you get FoilTeX and only if your LaTeX uses the
OFSS. Not compatible with NFSS in LaTeX. The files in this part of
the package include psfonts.sty, avantgarde.sty, bookman.sty,
chancery.sty, helvetica.sty, ncs.sty, palatino.sty, times.sty.
Name: amssymbl.sty
Description: For using AMS-TeX fonts msam, msbm and eufm in FoilTeX or
LaTeX with the Old Font Selection Scheme.
Keywords: FoilTeX, LaTeX, AMS-TeX, msam, msbm, eufm, OFSS
Author: James (Jim) Hafner, IBM Research Division, Almaden Research
Center or
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0, 21 Aug 1992
Archives: ymir, aston, stuttgart
See also: FoilTeX, amssym.def, amssym.tex, msam.sty, msbm.sty,
amsfonts.sty, amssymb.sty, amssymbl.sty
Note: Use this file if you get FoilTeX and only if your LaTeX uses the
OFSS. Not compatible with NFSS in LaTeX (also not necessary since
LaTeX-NFSS can use other files for the same purpose).
%%Section 5: INRSTEX
Name: inrstex.tex
Description: INRSTeX is a complete document preparation package,
including graphics for document preparation. It was designed from
the beginning for use in a bilingual (French/English) environment.
Keywords: plain TeX, inrstex, EPSF, graphics, French
Author: Michael Ferguson , (514) 765-7834
Supported: yes
Latest Version: Aug 1991
Archives: aldebaran.insl.mcgill.ca* [132.206.94.5], shsu
/pub/inrstex/pc directory for the pc and
/pub/inrstex/unix for the unix version.
%%Section 6: LATEX
%%Section 6.1: Standard Distribution
%%Section 6.1.1: Document styles
Name: article.sty (.doc)
Description: Standard LaTeX document style for typesetting articles.
Keywords: LaTeX, article
Author: Frank Mittelbach and R.
Sch\"opf
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Note: The original version was written by Leslie Lamport.
See also: art10.sty, art11.sty, art12.sty, artikel1.sty, artikel2.sty,
artikel3.sty
Name: book.sty (.doc)
Description: Standard LaTeX document style for typesetting books.
Keywords: LaTeX, book
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 92
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: bk10.sty, bk11.sty, bk12.sty, boek.sty
Name: letter.sty (.doc)
Description: Standard LaTeX document style for typesetting letters.
Keywords: LaTeX, letter
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 25 Mar 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: brief.sty
Name: report.sty (.doc)
Description: Standard LaTeX document style for typesetting reports.
Keywords: LaTeX, report
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: rep10.sty, rep11.sty, rep12.sty, rapport1.sty, rapport3.sty
%%Section 6.1.2: Document-style options
Name: art10.sty (.doc)
Description: 10 point document-style option for standard LaTeX article
style.
Keywords: LaTeX, article
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: article.sty, art11.sty, art12.sty
Name: art11.sty (.doc)
Description: 11 point document-style option for standard LaTeX article
style.
Keywords: LaTeX, article
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: article.sty, art10.sty, art12.sty
Name: art12.sty (.doc)
Description: 12 point document-style option for standard LaTeX article
style.
Keywords: LaTeX, article
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: article.sty, art10.sty, art11.sty
Name: bezier.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX picture environment macro for plotting quadratic
Bezier curves.
Keywords: LaTeX, graphics, Bezier
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 17 Dec 85
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: bk10.sty (.doc)
Description: 10 point style option for standard LaTeX book style.
Keywords: LaTeX, book
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: book.sty, bk11.sty, bk12.sty
Name: bk11.sty (.doc)
Description: 11 point style option for standard LaTeX book style.
Keywords: LaTeX, book
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: book.sty, bk10.sty, bk12.sty
Name: bk12.sty (.doc)
Description: 12 point style option for standard LaTeX book style.
Keywords: LaTeX, book
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: book.sty, bk10.sty, bk11.sty
Name: fleqn.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option for making displayed math
environments flush left.
Keywords: LaTeX, math, flushleft
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 4 Nov 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: ifthen.sty (.doc)
Description: Defines an \ifthenelse macro for LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 16 Jun 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: leqno.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option to cause displayed equation
labels appear on the left.
Keywords: LaTeX, math
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 29 Sep 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: makeidx.sty (.doc)
Description: Defines \see and \printindex commands for producing an
index with LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, index
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 21 Oct 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: openbib.sty (.doc)
Description: Produces the "open" bibliography style, in which each block
of a bibliography entry starts on a new line, and succeeding lines
in a block are indented by \bibindent.
Keywords: LaTeX, bibliography
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: proc.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option to be used with article.sty to
produce camera-ready conference proceedings.
Keywords: LaTeX, proceedings, camera-ready
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 26 Feb 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: rep10.sty (.doc)
Description: 10 point style option for standard LaTeX report style.
Keywords: LaTeX, report
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: report.sty, rep11.sty, rep12.sty
Name: rep11.sty (.doc)
Description: 11 point style option for standard LaTeX report style.
Keywords: LaTeX, report
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: report.sty, rep10.sty, rep12.sty
Name: rep12.sty (.doc)
Description: 12 point style option for standard LaTeX report style.
Keywords: LaTeX, report
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 14 Jan 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
See also: report.sty, rep10.sty, rep11.sty
Name: showidx.sty (.doc)
Description: Prints \index entries in outer margin. For use with book or
report style.
Keywords: LaTeX, index
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 16 Jun 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: titlepag.sty (.doc)
Description: Causes the \maketitle command and the abstract environment
each to produce a separate page. For use with the article document
style only.
Keywords: LaTeX, article, titlepage
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 16 Jun 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: twocolum.sty (.doc)
Description: Produces two-column pages in LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, multi-column, two-column
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 27 Jan 1985
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
%%Section 6.1.3: Other
Name: addendum.tex
Description: Errata and additions to the LaTeX manual. Includes all
errors and omissions reported by 31 October 1991.
Keywords: LaTeX, manual
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 31 Oct 1990
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: idx.tex
Description: A LaTeX input file for printing .IDX files.
Keywords: LaTeX, index
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 22 Jan 1985
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: lablst.tex
Description: A LaTeX input file for printing label definitions.
Keywords: LaTeX, xrefs
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 24 Nov 1984
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: latex.tex
Description: The main body of LaTeX macros.
Keywords: LaTeX
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v2.09, 25 Mar 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: lfonts.tex
Description: The Old Font Selection Scheme for LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX, OFSS
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 25 Nov 1991
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: lplain.tex
Description: A modified version of plain.tex for use with LaTeX.
Keywords: LaTeX
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 25 Mar 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
Name: tryfonts.tex
Description: A LaTeX input file for trying out fonts in various sizes.
Keywords: LaTeX, fonts
Author: Leslie Lamport
Bugs to: latex-help@cs.stanford.edu
Supported: yes
Latest Version: 11 Nov 1986
Archives: stuttgart*, shsu
%%Section 6.2: The Mainz LaTeX Files
%%Section 6.2.1: The New Font Selection Scheme
Name: New Font Selection Scheme (NFSS)
Description: The NFSS is an improved font selection scheme for LaTeX and
plain TeX (see plainfsl.tex). It implements a scheme that allows
changing the family, series, shape and size of the fonts
independently. It also vastly simplifies the task of adding support
for a new font.
Keywords: plain TeX, LaTeX, NFSS, font
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.3f, 7 Sep 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, ymir, aston, utrecht, shsu
Note: The basic macros for the NFSS are found in the files lfonts.new,
basefont.tex, fontdef.max, fontdef.ori, preload.med, preload.min and
preload.ori. Documentation and installation notes are provided in
the files readme.mz, readme.mz3, nfss.bug, nfss.tex, nfssinst.tex
and nfssprob.tex. The New Font Selection Scheme and the LaTeX
interface were described in a pair of TUGboat articles: "A new font
selection scheme for TeX macro packages---the basic macros" by Frank
Mittelbach and Rainer Sch\"opf, TUGboat 10(2): 222--238, July 1989,
and "Reprint: The new font family selection---User interface to
standard LaTeX" by Frank Mittelbach and Rainer Sch{\"{o}}pf, TUGboat
11(2): 297--305, June 1990.
Name: concrete.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX style for for accessing the Concrete Roman fonts used
in "Concrete Mathematics" by Ronald Graham, Donald E. Knuth and Oren
Patashnik.
Keywords: LaTeX
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0h, 20 Jun 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, e-math, ymir, shsu
Name: dclfont.sty
Description: LaTeX document-style option for using the DC fonts under
the New Font Selection Scheme.
Keywords: LaTeX, NFSS, EC/DC
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.4b, 20 Aug 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, aston
Name: euscript.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option for using the Euler script
fonts (eusm and eusb).
Keywords: LaTeX, NFSS, amsfonts
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0g, 20 Jun 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, e-math, ymir, shsu
Name: excale.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option that implements scaling of the
math extension font `cmex' under the New Font Selection Scheme.
Keywords: LaTeX, NFSS, math, cmex
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.0c, 20 Jun 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, e-math, ymir, shsu
Name: lfonts.new
Description: The basic macros for the New Font Selection Scheme for
LaTeX. This is a replacement for lfonts.tex.
Keywords: LaTeX, NFSS
Author: Frank Mittelbach and Rainer
Sch\"opf
Supported: yes
Latest Version: v1.3f, 7 Sep 1992
Archives: stuttgart*, e-math, ymir, utrecht, aston, shsu
Name: margid.sty (.doc)
Description: LaTeX document-style option for use with the New Font
Selection Scheme. It defines all $$