CTAN -- gloss 1.5.2
schoepf at proteosys.com
Mon Jul 29 10:54:54 CEST 2002
On Sun, 28 Jul 2002, Javier Bezos wrote:
> I've uploaded to /incoming/gloss in the Dante server the
> following 8 files:
> gloss.sty gloss.tex glsbase.bib glsplain.bst
> glsshort.bst readme sample.bib sample.tex
> They are still under lppl and they should replace the files
> currectly under macros/latex/contrib/supported/gloss.
> From the readme:
> Gloss is a package which allows the creation of glossaries
> using bibTeX. This approach has several advantages:
> - bibTeX is available in every platform where TeX is.
> - Glossary entries can be stored in databases, and you needn't
> rewrite the definitions.
> - There are a lot of tools for managing bibTeX databases.
> - bibTeX is a programable tool and you can define your own
> styles for acronyms, symbols, and so on.
> Release 1.5.2 fixes a bug (sometimes the space following
> \gloss was gobbled).
Thanks for the update, I installed it as requested.
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