SLaTeX notes 871228 Sven Mattisson Department of Applied Electronics University of Lund Box 118 S-221 00 Lund Sweden email@example.com Files in this directory are: README: This file. slatex.1: On line SLaTeX manual. bang.tex: bar.tex: dquote.tex: paren.tex: slatex.tex: sst.tex: swedish.tex: write.tex: Macro files needed to make SLaTeX out of LaTeX. ex-article.tex: ex-brev.tex: ex-memo.tex: Sample SLaTeX documents in Swedish. ssample.tex: ssmall.tex: Some other SLaTeX samples. This time in English, translated by means of l2sl from the standard sample.tex and small.tex files respectively. macros: Directory with .sst files for standard style files. These files are the SLaTeX versions of the LaTeX .sty files. The .sty files has to be changed since they are read into SLaTeX and hence use the new control characters. The changes are straight forward but watch out for '<' and '>' where you have to prepend '!' if you have to convert other .sty files. tde-macros: This directory contains some style files (.doc, .sty and .sst files) developed at Lund. tde-local.tex: Our version of the Local Guide. Gives some hints regarding the use of the local style files. l2sl: Directory containing sources to a program that automatically translates a LaTeX file into SLaTeX. Some LaTeX to SLaTeX translations can be difficult to make fool proof, thus l2sl does not to try to hard with difficult commands, but instead makes a guess at the intended meaning and issues a warning. The LaTeX manual has been translated into SLaTeX lingo this way, so it is not very difficult. This program is very useful for maintaining .sty and .sst files from the same .doc file. doc2sty: Source directory for the .doc file to .sty file compression program. slbibtex.sh: A shell script that automatically, sort of, extracts bibtex info from SLaTeX .aux files and puts that into a LaTeX .aux file. Runs bibtex on that, and tries to translate the resulting .blg file back to SLaTeX form. This utility needs the l2sl program. All the files and programs in this directory may be freely distributed on a non-profit basis and provided the origin of the files is mentioned. Most of the files in this directory are the change-files needed to generate the Swedish LaTeX, SLaTeX for short. Nothing is changed in any of the regular files used to create LaTeX. To generate SLaTeX you need the initex, virtex and undump programs and the latex.tex, lfonts.tex and hyphen.tex TeX files from the TeX distribution tape. The procedure to generate SLaTeX is (assuming you are using the Unix distribution and that all files and programs are in this directory): % initex ** lplain \input slatex !dump % virtex ** &lplain !read 0 to !blort !blort=^\ % undump slatex virtex core If you modify your lplain.tex to include slatex.tex (at the very end) the installation procedure will be the same as for LaTeX, i.e. no \input slatex is needed when running initex.
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slatex – LaTeX support for writing Swedish
LaTeX macros to deal with the national characters in 7-bit-encoded Swedish. The collection includes a program (l2sl) that will translate an existing LaTeX document into slatex format.
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