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CTAN update: asmeconf

Date: December 27, 2021 7:05:26 PM CET
John H. Lienhard submitted an update to the asmeconf package. Version number: 1.27 2021-12-26 License type: mit Summary description: A LaTeX template for ASME conference papers Announcement text:
The asmeconf class is a template to format preprints in the style of conference papers published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The layout and reference formats follow ASME's style guidelines as of 2021. Hyperlinks and pdf features are fully supported. The class includes a modern BibTeX style, asmeconf.bst, that supports online sources, URL and DOI fields, and follows current styles. This .bst replaces the old asmems4.bst. This update includes: fix bug for text case in captions; improved compatibility with older LaTeX distributions (for pdfLaTeX, TeX Live 2016 or later should be used; with luaLaTeX, TeX Live 2021 or later); can now switch to grid-style author block with a single package option; edits to asmeconf.bst; and a number of other minor changes.
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/asmeconf More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/asmeconf
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Erik Braun
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asmeconf – A template for ASME conference papers

The asmeconf class provides a template for ASME conference papers, following ASME’s guidelines for margins, fonts, headings, captions, and reference formats as of 2022.

This template is intended to be used with the asmeconf.bst style, for reference formatting, which is part of this distribution. Unlike older ASME conference templates, asmeconf pdfs will contain hyperlinks, bookmarks, and metadata; and the references can include the DOI and URL fields. This template enables inline author names, following ASME’s current style, but it can also produce the traditional grid style. Options include line numbering, final column balancing, various math options, government copyright, archivability (PDF/A), and multilingual support. The code is compatible with pdf or Lua.

This template is not a publication of ASME, but it does conform to ASME’s currently published guidelines for conference papers.

Version1.37 2024-02-06
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