New on CTAN: crossrefenum
crossrefenum is yet another package for rendering enumerations of cross-references automatically, with collapsing of identical numbers and ranges. It can handle references by two critera (such as “p. 5, l. 10 and 17; p. 6, l. 34”) and is extensible. It currently supports LaTeX and ConTeXt; since most of the algorithm is written in Plain TeX, it should be possible to add other formats.
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Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Ina Dau --
crossrefenum – Smart typesetting of enumerated cross-references for various TeX formats
crossrefenum lets TeX manage the formatting of bunches of cross-references for you. It features:
- Automatic collapsing of references;
- Support for references by various criteria, including page and note number, line number in ConTeXt and edpage and edline when used in conjunction with reledmac
- Handling of references combining two criteria (e.g. by page and note number)
- Extension mechanisms to add support to other types of references without modifying the internal macros.
Note that sorting is not supported. I assume that users know in what order the labels they refer to appear in their document.
It is written in Plain TeX as much as possible in order to make it compatible with a wide array of formats. For the moment, it works out of the box with ConTeXt and LaTeX.
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