CTAN Submission – rcsinfo
Date: April 22, 2002 10:43:24 AM CEST
On Sun, 21 Apr 2002, Jürgen Vollmer wrote: > Hi, > > I put a new version (1.9) of my rcsinfo package to ftp.dante.de > > The rcsinfo package is used to extract information of the RCS (Revision > Control System) and use it in a LaTeX document. > For users of LaTeX2HTML, a perl-package translating LaTeX documents to HTML, > rcsinfo.perl is added, which adds the functionality to that tool. > > The following files are contained in rcsinfo-1.9.tar.gz > rcsinfo-1.9/rcsinfo.dtx > rcsinfo-1.9/rcsinfo.ins > rcsinfo-1.9/Makefile > rcsinfo-1.9/README-1.9 > > Please put it into tex/macros/latex/contrib/supported/rcsinfo > > HISTORY > 1.9 : the initial \$ of \$Id may be omitted. > 1.8 : rcsinfo.perl can deal now with latex2html version 99.1. > Restructured package files. > 1.7.1 : Make does not abort, if laext2html is not found > 1.7 : Underscores in file names are now handeled correctly. > 1.6 : Fixed problems with the french-option of `babel'. > (The `:' is made active when using the french language. > Now rcsinfo can handle this situation). > 1.5 : - The Babel-package is not loaded automagically anymore. > This avoids problems within the `babel'-package when other > packages (like `ifthen' or `varioref') are loaded _and_ no > language was given in the `documentclass'. > - Fixed the `notoday' option. > 1.4 : Support fancyhdr-package, added rcsinfo.cfg configuration file. > 1.3 : Fixed documentation, new address, reimplemeted parts, added > rcsinfo.perl. > 1.2 : New Makefile. > 1.1 : (internal changes). > 1.0 : Initial Version, submitted to CTAN. > > License: > This program can be redistributed and/or modified under the terms > of the LaTeX Project Public License Distributed from CTAN > archives in directory macros/latex/base/lppl.txt; either > version 1 of the License, or any later version. Thanks for the update, I installed it in macros/latex/contrib/supported/rcsinfo For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf
rcsinfo – Support for the revision control system
A package to extract RCS (Revision Control System) information and use it in a LaTeX document.
For users of LaTeX2HTML rcsinfo.perl is included.