CTAN submission -- bgteubner document class
zierke at dante.de
Tue Nov 4 09:25:02 CET 2003
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I have uploaded bgteubner-1_10.tar.gz to ftp.dante.de.
Please unpack it to CTAN:macros/latex/contrib/bgteubner/, replacing the
old files. License stays LPPL with some minor extra remarks.
>From the README:
I have programmed the "bgteubner.cls" document class by order of the
Teubner Verlag, Wiesbaden, Germany. This has been done to ensure that
books of this publisher have a unique layout. The publisher has
allowed me to distribute the document class with auxilliary files
and documentation freely. Unfortunately, most of the documentation
is only available in German.
Since the document class is intended to generate a unique layout, many
things (layout etc.) are fixed and cannot be altered by the user.
If you want to use the document class for another purpose than publishing
with the Teubner Verlag, this may arrise unwanted restrictions
(For instance, the document class provides only two paper sizes:
DIN A-5 and 17cm x 24cm; only two font families are supported:
Times and European Computer Modern).
The document class needs some additional packages, partly relatively
new ones, partly packages that are not installed on most TeX
installations. A list of needed packages is contained in usefiles.txt.
- Add proof environment
- Smaller indentation for quote, quotation, example, etc.
- Spacing around important(*) and theorem-like environments improved
- Limits for integrals below and above the sign in displayed equations
- Command \qed for proofs introduced
- Font size in theorem-like environments adjustable (global switch,
default is normalsize, now)
- Line break in ISBN prohibited
- Use the same format for ISSN and ISBN
- Class option `layoutraster' removed
Some measures have changed from version 1.07 to 1.10. Thus, the line
breaks and page breaks will surely change.
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Thansk for the upload. I installed it replacing the previous version in
for the CTAN team
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