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Direc­tory macros/latex/contrib/acronym

I'd like to announce the availability of
my LaTeX2e acronym Package from CTAN.

 - call 'latex acronym.ins' and copy the acronym.sty - file into
   a path searched by LaTeX.
 - to re-generate the documentation, call latex acronym.dtx

When writing a paper on cellular mobile radio I started to used a lot
of acronyms. This can be very disturbing for the reader, as he might
not know all the used acronyms. To help the reader I kept a list of
all the acronyms at the end of my paper.

This package makes sure, that all acronyms used in the text are
spelled out in full at least once. And it provides an environment to
keep a list of used acronyms.

Note that acronym requires the 'suffix' package. You can find it on 

Files of the `acronym' package:
  README		This file
  acronym.dtx		Sourcecode, example file & documentation
  acronym.ins		Installation script generating the source and an example
  acronym.pdf		PDF Version of the Docs
  CHANGES               list of changes

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (278.3k).

acronym – Ex­pand acronyms at least once

This pack­age en­sures that all acronyms used in the text are spelled out in full at least once. It also pro­vides an en­vi­ron­ment to build a list of acronyms used. The pack­age is com­pat­i­ble with pdf book­marks.

The pack­age re­quires the suf­fix pack­age, which in turn re­quires that it runs un­der e-.

Ver­sion1.41 2015-03-21
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right1994–2015 To­bias Oetiker
Main­tainerHeiko Oberdiek
To­bias Oetiker
TDS archiveacronym.tds.zip
Con­tained inTeX Live as acronym
MiKTeX as acronym
Topics de­fine and use acronyms
See also glossaries
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