bibmods – Tighter tolerances for bibliographies
LaTeX uses \sloppy in the bibliography in its standard classes. This can lead to unpleasantly wide spacing, as TeX tries to set the page flush at both sides.
The package sets a tighter tolerance, and allows some \emergencystretch, thus leading to better typesetting.
|Maintainer||Nelson H. F. Beebe|
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- chapref: Bibliography details per chapter
- rangecite: Will turn a range of citations into something like [1..3]
- xrefwarn: Only one warning for an undefined citation
- noprot: Avoid the need for protection