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CTAN pack­age up­date: mem­oir class

Date: Septem­ber 17, 2003 5:22:55 PM CEST
A pack­age has been up­dated on tug.ctan.org and it will make its way through the mir­ror­ing sys­tem in the next few days. Thanks, Jim Hef­feron Please note that the patch from to­day (2003-Sept-17) of memup­date.sty is in­cluded in this in­stal­la­tion. ==================================================================== >From the pack­age au­thor:
Dear CTAN/Jim, I have up­loaded memup­date.tar.gz to tug/ctan/org/in­com­ing. Please use the con­tents to re­place part of macros/la­tex/con­trib/mem­oir. The dis­tri­bu­tion is un­der the LPPL. >From the README Me­moir is a flex­i­ble class for type­set­ting gen­eral fic­tion, non-fic­tion and math­e­mat­i­cal works as books, re­ports, ar­ti­cles or manuscripts. Doc­u­ments can use 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 or 17pt as the nor­mal font size. Many meth­ods are pro­vided to let you cre­ate your own par­tic­u­lar de­sign. Changes (2003/09/16) o New ver­sion (v1.8) of mem­patch.sty (ma­jor ex­ten­sions to foot­not­ing e.g., mul­ti­ple styles and mul­ti­ple se­ries; a `fixed margin­par'; hooks for the led­mac pack­age; and mi­nor bug fixes). o New ver­sion of the Ad­den­dum (mem­manadd.pdf) o Apart from the README, no changes to any other files Thanks Peter W.

mem­oir – Type­set fic­tion, non-fic­tion and math­e­mat­i­cal books

The mem­oir class is for type­set­ting po­etry, fic­tion, non-fic­tion, and math­e­mat­i­cal works.

Per­mis­si­ble doc­u­ment ‘base’ font sizes range from 9 to 60pt. There is a range of page-styles and well over a dozen chap­ter-styles to choose from, as well as meth­ods for spec­i­fy­ing your own lay­outs and de­signs. The class also pro­vides the func­tion­al­ity of over thirty of the more pop­u­lar pack­ages, thus sim­pli­fy­ing doc­u­ment sources.

The class au­to­mat­i­cally loads an as­so­ci­ated patch file mem­patch; the patch file may be up­dated from time to time, be­tween re­leases of the class it­self. (The patch file stays around even when there are no ex­tant patches.)

Users who wish to use the hy­per­ref pack­age, in a doc­u­ment writ­ten with the mem­oir class, should also use the memh­fixc pack­age (part of this bun­dle). Note, how­ever, that any cur­rent ver­sion of hy­per­ref ac­tu­ally loads the pack­age au­to­mat­i­cally if it de­tects that it is run­ning un­der mem­oir.

Ver­sion3.7f 2016-05-16
Main­tainerLars Mad­sen
Peter R. Wil­son (in­ac­tive)



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