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edmargin – Multiple series of endnotes for critical editions

Ed­mar­gin pro­vides a very sim­ple scheme for end­note sec­tions for crit­i­cal edi­tions. End­notes can ei­ther be marked in the text, or with marginal ref­er­ences to the page in the note sec­tions where the note is to be found. Notes can be set in in­di­vid­ual para­graphs, or in block para­graph mode (where there are many short notes). Note sec­tions will have run­ning head­ers of the form “Tex­tual notes to pp. xx--yy”. New note sec­tions can be cre­ated on the fly. There are pre­de­fined end­note sec­tions for tex­tual notes, emen­da­tions, and ex­plana­tory notes.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/edmargin
Ver­sion 1.2
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right 2008 John Burt
Main­tainer John Burt
Con­tained in TeX Live as ed­mar­gin
MiKTeX as ed­mar­gin
Topics type­set schol­arly edi­tions of texts
gen­eral notes (not in­clud­ing end­notes or foot­notes)

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