CTAN package update: minitoc version 48
Date: September 14, 2006 3:17:37 PM CEST
Jean-Pierre Drucbert writes:
> I have uploaded a new version (#48) of the minitoc package in
> the /incoming directory of ftp.tex.ac.uk . The file is named
> minitoc.zip (5871882 bytes)
> This package should completely replace its previous version in
> The licence is LPPL.
> This package allows the creation of mini-tables of contents,
> lists of figures or lists of tables per part, chapter or
> section, with language dependent titles.
> This new version has the following changes or improvements:
> Minitoc version #48
> --- updated the bibliography and its formatting;
> --- fixed and updated add.bib;
> --- correction of the preamble problem in add.bib and all generated
> --- added devanagari.mld, hindi.mld, and hindi-modern.mld;
> --- added error E0036 if english.mld is not found to set the default
> --- the bibliographic styles plainurl.bst and frplain1.bst are
> renamed en-mtc.bst and fr-mtc.bst;
> --- renamed all examples files with names beginning with ``mtc-'';
> --- add.bib renamed mtc-add.bib;
> --- the ``listfiles'' package option is now active by default;
> --- added mtc-syn.tex example document file.
> The administravive trivia are in the `catalog' file in the
> Note that the documentation is mainly available in PDF form,
> -- in english (not perfect): minitoc.pdf
> -- in french: fminitoc.pdf
> The INSTALL file (and, better, the ``Installation'' chapter in the
> documentation) describes the files of this package (the list
> of files is in minitoc.l).
thanks for the upload: i've installed the files as requested.
users may examine the package via the catalogue entry:
that has online links to the latest documentation as well as download
For the CTAN team
minitoc – Produce a table of contents for each chapter, part or section
The minitoc package allows you to add mini-tables-of-contents
(minitocs) at the beginning of every chapter, part or section.
There is also provision for mini-lists of figures and of tables. At
the part level, they are parttocs, partlofs and partlots. If the
type of document does not use chapters, the basic provision is
section level secttocs, sectlofs and sectlots.
The package has provision for language-specific configuration of
its own “fixed names”, using .mld files
(analagous to babel
that do that job for LaTeX”s own fixed names).
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