refenums – Define named items and provide back-references with that name
The package provides commands to define enumerable items with a number and a long name, which can be referenced later with the name or just the short form. For instance, “Milestone M1: Specification created” can be defined and later on be referenced with ‘M1’ or ‘M1 (“Specification created”)’. The text in the references is derived from the definition and also rendered as hyperlink to the definition.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2013 Oliver Kopp, Tobias Binz|
|Contained in||TeX Live as refenums|
MiKTeX as refenums
|Topics||Label and References|
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