This is fancyhdr, a replacement for fancyheadings. I still still intend to make sometime in the future a real .dtx of it, including the minimal documentation. The current documentation is in fancyhdr.tex, but this contains much more material than the fancyhdr doc. When the fancyhdr.dtx is ready, I will rename fancyhdr.tex into something like pagelayout.tex to get it more in line with the title (Page Layout in LaTeX). fancyhdr is 99% compatible with fancyheadings. The only incompatibility is that \headrulewidth and \footrulewidth and their \plain... versions are no longer length parameters, but normal macros (to be changed with \renewcommand rather than \setlength). Although all the other old fancyheadings commands continue to work you are advised to use the new syntax as described in fancyhdr.tex, because this is much easier to use in complicated cases. The old way of doing is no longer described in the manual, except for the simplest use of \lhead etc. In order to latex the documentation you need to install a copy of tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/other/misc/boxedminipage.sty The fixmarks.sty is now obsolete, as it is superseded by David Carlisle's fix2col.sty (tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/supported/carlisle/) so it is no longer included here. fancyhdr.sty version 3 and extramarks.sty version 2 are the packages as described in the second edition of The LaTeX Companion. LICENCE: All files in this package may be distributed under the terms of the LaTeX Project Public License, as described in lppl.txt in the base LaTeX distribution. Either version 1 or, at your option, any later version. -- Piet van Oostrum. <firstname.lastname@example.org> http://www.cs.ruu.nl/~piet
|fancyheadings.sty||822||2008-02-10 02:18||Obsolete headings package|
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fancyhdr – Extensive control of page headers and footers in LaTeX2ε
The package provides extensive facilities, both for constructing headers and footers, and for controlling their use (for example, at times when LaTeX would automatically change the heading style in use).
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Piet van Oostrum|
|Contained in||TeX Live as fancyhdr|
|MiKTeX as fancyhdr|
page head- and foot-lines|