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CTAN sub­mis­sion – iso­date pack­age

Date: Oc­to­ber 14, 2003 11:21:30 AM CEST
----- For­warded mes­sage from Har­ald Harders ----- I have up­loaded iso­date-2_11.tar.gz to ftp.dante.de. Please re­place the files in CTAN:macros/la­tex/con­trib/iso­date by its con­tents. Li­cense stays LPPL. This ver­sion adds sup­port for print­ing months with Ro­man nu­mer­als, e.g., 14.\,X.~2003. >From the README: Tune the out­put for­mat of dates. This pack­age pro­vides ten out­put for­mats of the com­mands \to­day, \print­date, \print­dateTeX, and \dat­erange (partly lan­guage de­pen­dent): ISO (yyyy-mm-dd), nu­meric (e.g. dd.\,mm.~yyyy), short (e.g. dd.\,mm.\,yy), TeX (yyyy/mm/dd), orig­i­nal (e.g. dd. mmm yyyy), short orig­i­nal (e.g. dd. mmm yy), as well as nu­mer­i­cal for­mats with Ro­man nu­mer­als for the month. The com­mands \print­date and \print­dateTeX print any date. The date is given as an ar­gu­ment us­ing the ac­tual date for­mat for out­put: \print­date{yyyy-mm-dd}, \print­date{dd.mm.yyyy}, or \print­date{dd/mm/yyyy}, and \print­dateTeX{yyyy/mm/dd}. The com­mand \dat­erange prints a date range and leaves out un­nec­es­sary year or month en­tries. E.g. 2000-05-03 to 2000-05-08 leads to `2000-05-03 to 08'. This pack­age sup­ports Ger­man (old and new rules, Aus­trian), US English, French, Dan­ish, Swedish (by Chris­tian Sch­lauer), and Nor­we­gian (by Svend Tol­lak Munke­jord). ----- End for­warded mes­sage ----- Thanks for the up­load. I in­stalled it as sug­gested re­plac­ing the old ver­sion in CTAN:macros/la­tex/con­trib/iso­date/ Rein­hard Zierke for the CTAN team

iso­date – Tune the out­put for­mat of dates ac­cord­ing to lan­guage

This pack­age pro­vides ten out­put for­mats of the com­mands \to­day, \print­date, \printda, and \dat­erange (partly lan­guage de­pen­dent).

For­mats avail­able are: ISO (yyyy-mm-dd), nu­meric (e.g. dd.\,mm.~yyyy), short (e.g. dd.\,mm.\,yy), (yyyy/mm/dd), orig­i­nal (e.g. dd. mmm yyyy), short orig­i­nal (e.g. dd. mmm yy), as well as nu­mer­i­cal for­mats with Ro­man nu­mer­als for the month.

The com­mands \print­date and \printda print any date. The com­mand \dat­erange prints a date range and leaves out un­nec­es­sary year or month en­tries.

This pack­age sup­ports Ger­man (old and new rules), Aus­trian, US English, Bri­tish English, French, Dan­ish, Swedish, and Nor­we­gian.

Pack­ageiso­date
Ver­sion2.28
Copy­right2000–2005 Har­ald Harders
Main­tainerHar­ald Harders (in­ac­tive)

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